Savanna Private Game Reserve lies in the western sector of the Sabi Sand Private Reserve and commands views over the surrounding bushveld and floodlit waterhole.
Reflecting old-fashioned romance and modern comforts, the 9 spacious suites are constructed of a mix of thatch, canvas, and draped ceilings and all have private plunge pools on their decks. The “Out of Africa” Colonial charm is evident in the main lodge where the lounge, patio and viewing loft offer beautiful spaces where animal lovers may experience nature, in the style of a bygone era. Within the lush gardens the pool affords respite from the midday sun. Delicious breakfasts are served on the patio overlooking the waterhole. A wine cellar, gym, shop, wifi and massage therapist are available.
Gourmet dining is an essential part of the Savanna experience with traditional local dishes adding spice to the best international fare. Dynamic menus are complemented with award winning wines from the well stocked cellar.
All Suites are the epitome of elegance and comfort, the decor combines a colonial and classic mix of colours, fabrics and textures.
All suites have air-conditioning, fans, en-suite bathrooms, inside and outdoor showers, mini bars and tea & coffee making stations and covered patios. The three Executive Suites each boast a lounge area, covered patios, wooden deck and private plunge pool.
9 (4 Luxury Suites, 3 Executive Suites and the 2 bedroomed Savanna Suite)
Open all year
The Sabi Sands is internationally famous for its Big 5 and leopard sightings. It is not uncommon for guests to see the Big 5 within a few game drives, but this is never guaranteed. Game drives are accompanied by highly experienced rangers and trackers.
The Sabi Sands is internationally famous for its Big 5 and leopard sightings. It is not uncommon for guests to see the Big 5 within a few game drives, but this is never guaranteed. There are many other species of animal, including cheetah, wild dog, zebra, giraffe and plains game.
6 guests per game vehicle
Rangers dine with guests
Bush Baby Club
Train carriage dining on the old Selati railway line.