Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve
Since 1979 Sabi Sabi has hosted visitors from all over the world, drawn to this unique area by the promise of the safari experience of a lifetime. Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve, situated in the world-renowned 65000 hectare Sabi Sand Wildtuin in the South-Western section of the Kruger National Park, is a wildlife oasis, where guests can observe at close quarters the age-old natural relationship between predator and prey.
Sabi Sabi offers four completely separate luxurious, all-suite, award-winning lodges with very distinct characters and atmospheres - those of Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow which is encapsulated in the Yesterday experience at the romantic Selati Camp; Today at the more contemporary lodges of Bush Lodge and Little Bush Camp and Tomorrow at the ground-breaking Earth Lodge.
While on safari, escape to the Amani Spa at Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge or Bush Camp and enjoy a luxurious facility that reflects the soul of Africa. Revel in a spa experience that is pampering and memorable, relaxing and indulgent. Every detail of the spa at Earth Lodge has been carefully considered. Natural elements and textures, a sense of peace, space and timeless beauty combine effortlessly with Amanis holistic body, skin and beauty rituals, treatments and massages - all designed to stimulate the bodys innate healing processes and naturally inhibit the ageing process. The perfect place to rest, relax and rejuvenate, our unique spa also offers hydrotherapy, a couples treatment suite and a Zen meditation area for quiet and solitude.
Each camp in SabiSabi offers a unique outdoor experience, including outdoor boma with roaring fires, capturing the drama of the African night and evokes the power of the wilderness.
Each morning and evening guests will depart from this luxury safari lodge into the wilderness, either by open Land Rover or on foot for a walking safari, accompanied by an armed and knowledgeable Game Ranger and Shangaan Tracker.
Big game abounds and roams freely throughout this pristine part of the ancient African continent. The diverse habitat is home to spectacular wildlife including the Big 5 - lion, leopard, rhino, buffalo and elephant - as well as cheetah, wild dog and some 200 other animal species indigenous to the area.
Sabi Sabi is also home to a remarkable 350 species of birds. On a single summers day, a visitor from the Northern Hemisphere will probably see more bird species than he is likely to see in a lifetime in his home country. In fact, almost 5% of the worlds bird species have been recorded in this region of South Africa.