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South Africa
Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge - Kruger National Park
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Private Airstrip - Walking/Trekking - Swimming Pool - Spa
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13 Rooms | Children: yes

Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve, situated in the world-renowned 65,000 hectare Sabi Sand Wildtuin in the South-Western section of the Kruger National Park, is a wildlife oasis where you can observe at close quarters the age-old natural relationship between predator and prey. The diverse habitat is home to spectacular wildlife including the “Big Five” (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. Earth Lodge is sculpted into a slope of the earth, almost invisible in the landscape. Each of the suites features individually designed furniture, private plunge pool, en-suite glass fronted bathroom, indoor and outdoor shower and butler services. Spoil yourself at unspoiled Sabi Sabi: it’s an experience that will awaken something deep in your soul.

Retreat Projects

Habitat

Habitat management is important for Sabi Sabi: that’s why we successful manage the reserve with forefront practices like controlled burning, water rotation, road maintenance, erosion control, alien plant control, waste management and eco-tourism safari techniques.

Dreamfields

The Dreamfields non-profit project was launched in 2007, with the generous funding from BHP Billiton and Old Mutual. Our dream, together with the Department of Education, is to place resource for playing soccer into townships, rural areas and even in the most remote corner of the country. Soccer is a team game that builds better schools, so we provide the full soccer kit to schools across the country.

Community

Sabi Sabi proudly involves the community in order for conservation to be successful: there needs to be an integral and participatory relationship between tourism and the communities. Projects include sponsorship of the Dreamfields soccer league, Mazinyane pre-school, Lillydale Education centre and job creation opportunities.