Deep in the African Bushveld, within South Africa's famous Sabi Sand Reserve, something enchanting lies in wait - the Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve. It was included as one of Travel & Leisure’s 500 Best Hotels, as selected by their readers. This award winning private game reserve offers world-class standards in luxury accommodation, exceptional close wildlife encounters, personal service, and delicious cuisine. The Sabi Sabi philosophy of 'yesterday, today and tomorrow' stems from over 100 years of safari experience; a history richly woven into the atmosphere of each of its four uniquely individual safari lodges - Selati Camp, Bush Lodge, Little Bush Camp and Earth Lodge. South Africa and its warm hospitality echo through the style and flavor of each and location.
Each of the spacious, air-conditioned, thatched roof suites is beautifully appointed, featuring exquisite ethnic décor in keeping with the bushveld environment. The en suite bathrooms feature al-fresco as well as glass-fronted indoor showers, affording wonderful views of the bushveld.
The Mandleve Presidential Suite is an ultra−luxury suite suited perfectly for honeymooners or those looking for sumptuous accommodation. Its spacious interior comprises a huge bedroom with king size bed, beautiful en suite bathroom with outdoor shower, and an open plan lounge leading onto a private patio. Furnishings and décor are luxurious crisp natural linens, gorgeously draped mosquito nets, real African art, accented by rich textures and colors. A secluded pool, private Land Rover and optional in−room dining make this the ultimate safari treat.
Meals, including the wonderful dinners in the open air boma, are heralded by blasts on a kudu horn, a summoning to delicious food. This luxury safari lodge also features artistically designed open courtyards with spectacular wooden carvings by renowned South African sculptors, created from uprooted trees and wood salvaged from the surrounding bushveld.
There are two swimming pools and a Spa. Morning and afternoon game drives are conducted in open vehicles, as well as a midmorning environmental awareness walk. Community tours can be arranged from camp (additional charge).