Luxurious and Spacious
Sabi Sands, Kruger National Park

This bush safari lodge in the Sabi Sands is the ideal location to enjoy safari drives and game viewing in the Kruger National Park.

Unique Features

Magnificent viewing decks overlooking the Xikwenga Dam great for watching hippos and elephants
Treehouse suites and River facing rooms all hidden in the thick tree canopy with swing bridges to access some the rooms
Bush observatory for nighttime stargazing - deep in the bush with no light pollution
Floodlit tennis courts, fully equipped gym and remote spa
A large selection of wines, stored in the extensive wine cellar, perfect for private dinners or some wine tasting

Your Experience

Located along the Mabrak River under a canopy of ancient trees, Ulusaba Safari Lodge is a secluded bush safari lodge in the Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve.
As you walk along the authentic rope swing bridges between rooms, you will be sure to catch a glimpse of thirsty animals that skirt by to get to the nearby waterhole. Game viewing opportunities are only 500 meters away at this active waterhole where you can watch elephants, hippos and crocodiles.
This area is also well-known for prides of lion and dense populations of leopard. Head out on a 4x4 game drive armed with your camera. Your tracker guides will ensure that you snap up some iconic images of the local wildlife.
Another great option at Ulusaba Safari Lodge is to simply spend some free time lounging by the heated pool. Or better yet, to end the day with a massage at the Aroma Boma - highly recommended for honeymooners and couples.
Guests can head over to the Rock Lodge, to enjoy panoramic views and amp up the romance with a private dinner in the vintage wine cellar.
Enjoy a glas of Pinotage - a unique South African cultivar - whilst chatting to other guests during mealtime or in front of a log fire, otherwise known as ‘nature’s TV’.
Tribal dancers and singers provide authentic African entertainment as the chef talk’s you through the evening meal options of Springbok, Gemsbok, Kudu, and Ostrich at this bush safari lodge in the Sabi Sands.