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Sabi Sabi Selati Camp - Kruger National Park, South Africa
If you love authenticity and history, then Sabi Sabi Selati Camp on the border of Kruger National Park in Greater Kruger is the perfect accommodation for you. Offering impeccable service and a homely atmosphere, this elegant and refined lodge will appeal to travellers seeking a romantic and intimate ‘Out of Africa’ safari experience. Enjoy game drives and activities during the day, and quiet and peace in a captivating setting at night. Children under 13 can only be accommodated if the lodge is booked on an exclusive basis.
This award-winning luxury game lodge lies on the banks of the Msuthlu River on the border of the Kruger National Park in Greater Kruger, about a one hour 30 minute-flight from Johannesburg in South Africa. Sabi Sabi Selati Camp combines the splendour of a bygone era with modern comforts, its design inspired by the old railway days in colonial times. It is in prime game viewing territory, in an area renowned for its cat population.
There are eight lavish, thatched suites nestled in the bush. Each suite features opulent, colonial-style décor, a luxurious en suite bathroom and an outdoor shower. For those wishing to indulge, the Ivory Presidential Suite is magnificent. It features antique furniture, a four-poster bed and a private plunge pool. It also comes with a private vehicle.
Enjoy the finest safari cuisine served on wooden decks overlooking the riverbed, under the stars in the open air boma, or around the communal dining table in the kitchen.
The lodge offers an array of adventures. Head out on early morning or evening game drives in open vehicles for the chance to spot the Big Five, go on a guided nature walk, relax on your deck as you watch wildlife passing by, or cool off in the pool.
Location & Getting There
Sabi Sabi Selati Camp in Greater Kruger is a one hour 30 minute-flight from Johannesburg South Africa.
There are eight lavish, thatched suites nestled in the bush featuring opulent, colonial-style décor, a luxurious en suite bathroom and an outdoor shower. There's also the Ivory Presidential Suite
Game drives, walking safaris and trails, wildlife photography, specialist birding safaris, cultural tours and helicopter flights can all be enjoyed.
Kruger National Park is accessible all year round, although the rainy season runs from December to February. May to August is peak safari season when the land is dry and animals congregate around water sources.
Children are welcome at Sabi Sabi Selati Camp.