• Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge, South Africa

About Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge, Sabi Sabi

About Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge, Sabi Sabi

Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge is legendary for its hospitality, warmth and wonderful vibrancy. Charming from the second you walk through the door, enjoy uncompromised service and luxurious accommodation is this traveller’s favourite.

Set within a 65,000 hectare wildlife reserve, this is one of just four lodges in the untamed Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve. Follow in the footsteps of African pioneers into the heart of the bush as you track leopard, lion, rhino, buffalo and elephant.

Lodge Details


A luxurious, exclusive and wild lodge


Deep in the wilderness of the Sabi Sabi Game Reserve, overlooking a waterhole, the lodge is accessible via road or air.

Accommodation & Facilities

Designed to compliment the surrounding wilderness, Bush Lodge is a constant reminder that you are in Africa. Rooms are spacious and feature an ethnic décor, each with a private balcony overlooking the popular waterhole. Bathrooms are en-suite and feature glass-fronted indoor showers with beautiful views, as well as private outdoor showers for the adventurous. For those looking for complete exclusivity there is the very luxurious Mandleve Presidential Suite, with a private plunge pool, open plan lounge and private game drives, and even a personal butler – perfect for honeymooners. Rooms each have large comfortable beds, dressing rooms, over head fans, a lounge area with a bar and a private patio. Facilities include tea/coffee making equipment, a safe and a hairdryer.

The communal areas are perfect for relaxing with bush views; a dining veranda, full bar, large lounge and a swimming pool, as well as a health and wellness centre and curio shop.


This is usually outside, with the sounds of the bush encompassing you. Dinners are mainly in the boma, under the stars, listen out for the sounds of African drumming that summon you to sumptuous cuisine.


There is a wild variety of game in the area, and Sabi Sabi Game Reserve is one of the oldest and most densely populated reserves in or around Kruger National Park. Enjoy professional game drives where you may spot the big 5, as well as large predators and 350 indigenous bird species. Game drives are done both day and night, and you can also enjoy walking safaris and hot air balloon safaris.

Child Policy

Children under 6 years may not join scheduled safaris. Between the ages of three and six, a safari vehicle can be booked out exclusively. Children 5 years and under are not allowed in the boma. Babysitting can be arranged at extra cost.

Want to stay here?

Contact one of our Destination Specialists to start planning your journey to include a stay here. Please note we recommend a budget of from £7,000 / $10,000 USD per person for our style of trip to this destination.

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