Sabi Sands Game Reserve is located adjacent to the Kruger National Park in Mpumalanga. Its placement and vast, unfenced terrain allows wildlife to freely roam from the Kruger to Sabi Sands. Game viewing is guaranteed to be extraordinary. The famous Big 5 can also be seen – the secretive leopard in particular.
Its natural expanse, various mammals and more than 300 bird species make Sabi Sands the ultimate safari, photographic safari and bird watcher experience. The reserve offers a variety of lodges that promises to suit the needs of any wildlife enthusiast - from affordable to luxurious. The reserve’s exclusivity is ensured by not being open to day visitors, nor allowing driving unaccompanied by a ranger.
Sabi Sands Game Reserve promises the quintessential safari experience to its visitors. It can be accessed via scheduled shuttle flights from Johannesburg or by road.
The Sabi Sand and Kruger National Park together make up some of South Africa’s most game-rich and pristine lands....more
The Sabi Sands Reserve is located in the south-west of the Kruger National Park, close to Skukuza. This 65 000 hectare piece of land, bordered by the Sabie and Sand rivers, was once part of the old Sabi Reserve but it was excised in 1926...more
Sabi Sand is a private nature reserve named after the Sabie River and Sand River: the two main rivers which flow through it. It is made up of 19 farms and occupies 62 308 ha of land on the western boundary of the famed Kruger National Park....more
The lodges and camps found in the Sabi Sands Game Reserve are as comfortable as they are atmospheric and beautiful. In the midst of the African Wilderness, the Malamala gardens are as famed as the wild animals...more