Visit the Sabi Sabi private game reserve and stay in luxury at the Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp, where you can expect wonderful views over the South African landscape and delicious meals under the stars. Spend your time on game drives through the reserve, looking for grazing zebra and antelope roaming the plains, leopards yawning on the low branches of trees and elephants teaching their babies to spray themselves with water. The luxurious accommodation compliments this idyllic game reserve perfectly, ensuring your stay here will be a once in a lifetime experience!
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On arrival at Mpumalanga Airport you will be met and driven to the lodge in Sabi Sands, in Kruger National Park. Little Bush Camp has six luxury suites, each with a private viewing deck overlooking the riverbed, with outdoor showers, thatched rooves and boutique interiors. You’ll check into the hotel for three nights and enjoy a delicious dinner under the gently lit trees.
Spend a couple of days relaxing in luxury at Little Bush Camp in Sabi Sabi, one of the most exclusive game reserves in Kruger. Contemporary African design makes each room unique, with an individual plunge pool in each room with views through the trees.
Sabi Sabi has no fences between the reserve and the Kruger, so wildlife can pass unobstructed onto the land resulting in world class encounters with elephants, leopards and rhinos. There has been no hunting here for 50 years and the animals have grown cautiously used to the safari vehicles. That means you can look out for wild dogs, buffalo and giraffe munching their way through the treetops in the early morning light. Safaris take place each morning and evening in open vehicles, in a variety of habitats, as well as guided walking trails where you can experience the environment on foot.
A wildlife experience like nowhere else, a visit to Sabi Sabi is truly a once in a lifetime trip!
Enjoy one final game drive through the reserve keep your eyes peeled for final lion and leopard sightings before being driven back to the airport for your onwards flight.
Summer (Dec-Feb) is rainy season in Kruger Park meaning the bush looks lush and green, this can mean the animals are harder to spot however; temperatures are high at 30 degrees so camping can be tough. Towards the end of November and early December Kruger is filled with new-borns, spotting an animal with their babies is an amazing experience! The dry winter season (Jun-Aug) is the best time to spot animals, with day time temperatures still warm at 20+ degrees but getting colder in the evenings.
If you'd like to get a feel for this trip, read our blog post 4 Boutique Hotels in South Africa that will add a touch of luxury to your trip - written by one of our consultants who's been there.
This itinerary is purely a suggestion, and can be tailor-made to your requirements, so please contact us with your dates and requests and we’ll put together a bespoke quotation for you
3 nights in luxury 5* standard accommodation.
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