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Explore Sabi Sabi Game Reserve

Sabi Sabi Game Reserve is one of South Africa’s private reserves that you shouldn’t miss to pay a visit while on safari in Africa. It is located within the Sabi Sand Game Reserve that straddles the southwestern part of the Kruger National Park. This reserve features as one of the protected areas which form part of the Greater Kruger National Park. The protected area is popular for its big five game in Africa including buffaloes, elephants, rhinos, leopards, and lions. It is one of the vast and ancient gazetted private reserves in Sabi San Wildtuin. It gained fame across the world as one of the best eco-tourism sites and has attracted most of the celebrities like John McEnroe, Nelson Mandela, Anna Kournikova, Eva Herzogova, and many others. Its devoted efforts to protect its natural wonders reward visitors with absolutely lifetime experiences. As the sun rises, you will be welcomed by its awakening big game and you will enjoy its true wilderness, spectacular landscape, and many others. This remarkable private reserve was gazetted around 1980 and for about 20 years, it gained popularity worldwide as an acclaimed eco-tourism site. Besides the big game, this reserve also boasts of other wildlife species like the chacma baboon, the South African cheetah, common duikers, Burchell’s zebra, black-backed jackal, blue wilderness, South African wild cat, civet, South African giraffe, impala, Kudu, side-striped jackal, slender mongoose, hippos, large spotted genet, scrub hare, spotted hyenas, steenbok, waterbuck, tree squirrel, vervet monkeys, warthog, white-tailed mongoose, wild dog, and others. The bird species for you to look out at this reserve include vultures, cattle egrets, brown headed parrots, saddle-billed storks, and many reptile species and invertebrates. Sabi Sabi reserve also comprises 3 different, rare lodges which are located within the untouched side of Africa ecologically and geographically integrated with the nearby Kruger National Park.

What to do in Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve

A visit to this protected area offers you the opportunity to engage in a wide range of activities right from adventures to chilling. They include the morning and evening game drives/game viewing in a 4-wheel safari car with a pop-up and a guide, walking tours, bushwalks, stargazing, bush dinner, photographic tuition, local community safaris, and others.

Where to stay in Sabi Sabi Game Reserve

With variety of safaris in this reserve, you certainly need that best and comfortable accommodation for your overnight and some of them include the Earth Lodge which features as a safari paradise, sculpted into the a slope of the earth and eco-friendly lodge, Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge this is very popular for its warmth, hospitality, vibrancy and luxuriously set within the center of the Sabi sands bushveld overviewing the waterhole and an African plain. The Sabi Sabi Selati Lodge and Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp which comprises six suites are equally the most comfortable places for you to retire while on safari in Sabi Sabi Game Reserve.

Getting to Sabi Sabi Game Reserve

For visitor connectivity, there is a licensed airstrip at Sabi Sabi with chartered flights from Johannesburg. It can also be reached by road as its roads are of good standards from Johannesburg and Shukuza airport is half an hour’s drive from Bush and Selati and about an hour’s drive from Earth Lodge.

In conclusion, Sabi Sabi Game Reserve is undeniably one of the most diverse protected areas in South Africa, and its biodiversity is supported by varied habitats. If you are searching for the most exceptional safari destination with untapped natural wonders, look no further than Sabi Sabi Game Reserve and you will be amazed by its dramatic wilderness experiences.

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