Sabi Sands Game Reserve

Time needed: 2 Day(s) to 5 Day(s)

Sharing 50km of boundary with the Kruger National Park, Sabi Sands Game Reserve is made up of 8 different private game reserves including Sabi Sabi. Two perennial rivers, the Sabi and the Sand River flow through the reserve providing life sustaining waters to both the flora and fauna of the area. Home to a great diversity of wildlife and birdlife, the reserve spans 65 000 hectares and has over 500 bird and 147 mammal species.

The Sabi Sands Game Reserve is the ideal place for exploring the bush in style. Guests are taken on game drives by qualified rangers who are familiar with the area and the wildlife. Spectacular viewings of game including leopard, rhino, lion, impala, wildebeest and elephant, provide a perfect example of the ancient dance of predator and prey.

There is something spectacular about watching a leopard walk elegantly past you with its powerful body or enjoying a family of warthog at play in a nearby watering hole. At Sabi Sands guests are given the opportunity to experience the heart of Africa.

Accommodation

The Sabi Sand comprises a number of private game reserves, each providing an exclusive and luxury experience in the heart of the bush.

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Location
The Sabi Sand is a private game reserve, situated west of The Kruger National Park. While it is not technically part of the Kruger, the Sabi Sand shares a 50km long unfenced border with the national park.
Highlights
  • Strong commitment to conservation
  • Home to the Big Five and is probably the best place in the world to get up close and personal with the elusive leopard
  • Rangers can drive off-road, taking you into the heart of the bush
  • Exclusive and luxury experience in the heart of the bush
Activities
  • Walking safaris
  • 4 x 4 Safaris
  • Game viewing
  • Sundowners in the reserve