So much of what guests experience at Sabi Sabi is new, exciting and unique. The wine selection is no different - delicious, unexpected, carefully selected and a superb mix of the best South African wines.

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 has been recognised this month as officially having one of the "World's Best Wine Lists". The reserve has been honoured with Two-Stars in the 2016 "The World of Fine Wine" annual awards - the guide for discerning individuals with a passion for wine. The awards are now in their third year and are "rapidly becoming as coveted as Michelin Stars", according to World Sommelier Champion Gerard Bassett.

Judged by some of the world's leading wine experts, writers and sommeliers, Sabi Sabi received the award with a wine list judged exceptional under the following criteria: superior breadth and depth in its selection; offers a high proportion of leading producers; includes a good range of wine styles and prices; displays superior organisation and presentation. Sabi Sabi's collection was also awarded the Jury prize for the Best Designed/Most Original Wine list in Africa and the Middle East for 2016.

This accolade recognises the careful consideration and expertise which has gone into the wine list at Sabi Sabi. A detailed selection process ensures that many of the wines are from small boutique style wineries with a fascinating story behind them, from their name or the terroir, to the unique way in which the wine is produced. A good example is 'Donkiesbaai Hooiwijn' - a South African wine produced from the same variety of grape as Chenin Blanc. The grapes are picked and placed on a straw mat (or 'hooi') and turned twice a week to avoid sunburn. Once the grapes reach 40°C they are pressed and the wine making process begins.

In keeping with a philosophy of only providing the very best for its guests, Sabi Sabi has for many years collaborated with the family owned and prestigious boutique Stellenrust Wine Estate (Stellenbosch) as the producer of its house wine. Three hundred litres of Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon is currently maturing in Earth Lodge's underground cellar in oak wine barrels, and will soon be ready to enjoy.

Jacques Smit, Marketing Director at Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve, said: "We are thrilled to have been recognised for the second year running in The World of Fine Wine Awards, gaining an extra star in 2016. This accolade is testament to the efforts of our team to ensure we offer guests an exemplary experience across every aspect of their stay. It is a privilege to introduce guests to these undiscovered treasures, and to celebrate the wine heritage for which South Africa is famous for."

Sabi Sabi would like introduce you to Simon Chiburre - one of the team members at Earth Lodge. Simon is a waiter and always seems to anticipate your needs with his winning smile.

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It is now 10 years since Little Bush Camp, the newest lodge in the Sabi Sabi Portfolio, first opened its doors to guests. In celebration of this anniversary, Little Bush Camp has undergone a major transformation.

Taking its place as a beautifully intimate lodge with its own unique personality, the recently refurbished suites at Little Bush Camp are perfectly positioned between the eclectic "Today" design of Bush Lodge, and the avant garde "Tomorrow" philosophy of Earth Lodge.

The 6 stunning suites have been remodelled and upgraded. They are ultra-luxurious with an air of African sophistication and a chic finish. Using the continent as his source of inspiration, designer Derrick Tabbert patterned the new look around 'African adornment', with aesthetics borrowed from diverse African cultures. Tabbert has an unerring eye for charm, and introduced a myriad details, special features and interesting touches throughout the supremely luxurious spaces.

Bold organic patterns in warm earth tones have been hand-painted onto the interior walls of the suites, creating an unexpected artistic backdrop to the stylish furnishings and carefully sourced original artefacts. Draped netting over the beds is tied with leather fasteners, hand-dyed African print fabric has been inlaid onto comfortable wooden armchairs, rope and copper pipes combine to create towel rails. There is deliberate asymmetry in the bedrooms, creating a naturally comfortable atmosphere. Beautifully carved wooden tables and decorative pieces add extra appeal to a fascinating mix of textures. Finally, to complete Little Bush Camp's transition to an ambiance between those of Bush Lodge and Earth Lodge, Tabbert utilised some classic African canvas elements to blend in with his modern approach, then added the lustrous colours of South Africa's mineral wealth as a finishing touch.

Beyond just recreating the design of the suites, the rooms themselves have been remodelled to bring in much more natural light and a feel of being open to the bushveld. The en-suite bathrooms are now enormous and bright. Floor to ceiling glass French doors have replaced the walls around the bath on 3 sides, creating the perception that the indoor bath is actually part of the outdoor shower - a stunning illusion. And while some may prefer to shower outdoors, the huge indoor rain shower is glass walled to continue the open effect. Besides the artefacts in the bathroom, African influence is brought in via the 'suri' light, a gorgeous hanging light, its interlocking circles fashioned after the earrings worn by the women of the Suri Tribe in Ethiopia.

Flowing from the luxurious interior is an inviting private wooden deck overlooking the Msuthlu River and beautiful ancient riverine trees. Here one finds the ultimate indulgence, Little Bush Camp's signature spa bath. This is the spot to unwind, the cool water a delicious place to relax and have a bush cocktail. A comfortable day bed with soft cushions and other outdoor easy chairs are just perfect for taking a nap, catching up on some reading, or just lounging, watching and listening to the surrounding animal and birdlife.

Tabbert has preserved many of the former features and objets d'art of the lodge, and integrated them perfectly into its new style and character. His fresh approach has taken Little Bush Camp to a whole new level, a stunningly beautiful Sabi Sabi lodge in a league of its own.

Click here for photographs of the stunning new suites at Little Bush Camp. For high res images, please contact Natalie de la Porte:

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We are always asked when is the best time to visit Sabi Sabi and our answer is - any time. The bushveld is wonderful the whole year, each month having its own special characteristics and beauty.

The bush is usually lush, green and bursting with colour. There is the constant sound of birdsong and frogs croaking. Long hot days are followed by fiery sunsets and balmy evenings. The animals are sleek and well fed, and there is an abundance of water in pools and puddles and the perennial rivers.

The days remain long with very slightly cooler temperatures and the odd short-lived, exciting thunderstorm. Warm daybreaks are ideal for morning safaris, birds are still abundant and the latest crop of animal babies are a bit older and bolder and are much more visible.

Subtle changes start occurring; a hint of autumn is in the air and rainfall is experienced less frequently. Large herds of plains animals make the most of the still-green vegetation...and where there is prey there are always predators in close proximity!

Autumn makes its appearance. The trees starts changing to vibrant colours as the leaves become hues of red, brown and yellow. The rutting season begins and the animals prepare for winter. The days are shorter, and mornings and evenings are still comfortably warm. With little or no rain the skies are clear and bright.

The dry winter months have started. Water is becoming scarcer and as the grasses get drier and shorter, animal viewing is abundant. The migratory bird species start their long journeys northward - some travelling as far as India and China.

Winter is in full swing but in this region the mild climate makes for comfortably warm days with chilly early mornings and nights. Game viewing is superb as the animals venture out in search of water, gathering around the pans and watering holes.

Midday temperatures are still warm, but it is now necessary to layer clothing in the mornings and evenings. Dry conditions prevail and the big herds break up into smaller groups. The bare winter trees make exquisite silhouettes against the endless blue skies - any photographers dream.

There is a promise of Spring in the air as the days begin to lengthen. It is now a little warmer, but it is still dry and the vegetation is sparse. Wildlife is still easy to find as animals frequent the dams, pans and waterholes, which are by now the only water sources.

Spring arrives full of potential. The bushveld seems to hold its breath waiting for early rains. The days are noticeably longer, some green shoots appear in the dry bush and the dawn chorus of birds and insects escalates. Some of the female animals are showing signs of pregnancy.

The environment is bursting with colour, a myriad shades of green. The first animal babies are born and a few species of migratory birds arrive back filling the air with new sounds.

Summer rainfall starts with the onset of magnificent afternoon thunderstorms soaking the bushveld for a short time - then disappearing. The temperatures are much warmer, day and night. There are newborn animals everywhere. The vegetation is lusher and denser, bushveld flowers burst into bloom, dotting the landscape with their magnificent colours. With all the youngsters filling the reserve, predators abound to take their opportunities.

A festive air is evident as the year draws to a close. The long hot days of summer are here, and the fresh mornings and warm evenings are a welcome relief. The green bushveld teems with life and all the migrant birds are back. With an abundance of wildlife and predators on the prowl, game viewing is spectacular.

Month by month, year by year, the cycle of life continues in this unspoilt paradise that is the Sabi Sabi Game Reserve.

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Friday, 12 June 2015 17:32

Sabi Sabi Wine List Gets the Nod

Well known for the exceptional wine collections in each of its four lodges, Sabi Sabi is proud to be the only such establishment recognised by The World of Fine Wine Magazine as having one of the best wine lists in the world. This is a highly acclaimed publication targeting an international following of discerning individuals who each share a passion for wine. The well-known judges are some of the world's most renowned wine experts, writers and sommeliers, whose directive it is to acknowledge and make annual awards celebrating innovation and creativity in wine lists from far and wide. Kudos to Sabi Sabi for being the only lodge deemed worthy of being on the winner's list, earning one prestigious star for the depth, interest, and quality of its wine selection. All the other winners are top restaurants around the world.

Great thought, care and expertise came into play when designing the Lodges' wine lists which feature local and international wines, as well as wines from boutique estates and little-known vineyards. The selection, which varies from lodge to lodge, takes into account the bushveld setting, menu and climate.

In 2010, Sabi Sabi appointed the Stellenrust winery as the estate of choice for its house wine. Situated in the well-known Stellenbosch area of South Africa, an area from which many award wines originate, Stellenrust produces magnificent wines. During 2012, 300 litres of Stellenrust wines in huge oak wine barrels were housed in Earth Lodge's 6000-bottle cellar, waiting for the perfect time to be enjoyed. The estate vintner has already pronounced the wines - a Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz - as exceptional.

Eric Chavot, whose renowned Brasserie restaurant in London was also one of the award winners, visited Sabi Sabi in February, spending time in its kitchens with the executive chefs sharing ideas and providing valuable insight gained from his years in the industry and particularly his current Michelin-starred restaurant. Pairing wine with food was an integral part of the training and he plans to return in August for an ongoing culinary partnership.

There are many occasions to enjoy a delicious glass of wine while visiting Sabi Sabi. A light white or rosé with an al fresco lunch, chardonnay for sundowners in the bush, an award-winning red with a boma dinner. Whatever the choice the wine is sure to be exceptional.

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Sabi Sabi is welcoming summer this year by offering its low season rack rate on reservations made for travel between the 1st November 2015 and 19th December 2015 at Selati Camp, Bush Lodge and Little Bush Camp*

The bush at that time is glowing in the first flush of summer, green from the start of seasonal rainfall and teeming with wildlife. New life, in the form of calves, can be seen everywhere, migratory birds are back, the days are heating up but still comfortable and the promise of the imminent festive season is tangible. A chorus of bird and insect song welcomes each dawn, daylight hours are filled with memorable experiences, and evening is heralded by magnificent sunsets and stunning night skies.

Guests will enjoy a classic Sabi Sabi experience: up-close, guided, Big 5 safaris in the, award-winning 5-Star accommodation, mouth-watering cuisine and genuine African hospitality. All this in an unspoiled bushveld setting offset by the lodges' legendary warmth and comfort.

The daily rate includes 5-Star accommodation, three delicious meals, twice daily magnificent game drives, early morning and late afternoon tea and delicacies, sundowners and local beverages.

*Terms and Conditions apply.

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Bush Lodge has long been known as a premier safari destination. Over the years the lodge has been evolving, renewing its exquisite African Style architecture and décor, rebuilding its guest accommodation to remain a magnificent luxury home in the bush.

As an extension of the philosophy of providing the ultimate in luxury, Sabi Sabi is proud to unveil the Bush Lodge Luxury Villas - lavish accommodation which includes 2 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, lounge, library, dressing room, patio and pool.

The two new Luxury Villas will become available next month, offering the epitome of opulence, space and magnificent design. The Villas are extraordinarily expansive, architecturally interesting and beautifully decorated in the eclectic Bush Lodge style.

Every detail of the new suites has been carefully planned to make guests feel spoiled and at one with the bushveld, while enjoying the highest standard of accommodation and service. They are indeed a superlative base for a memorable safari.

Within each suite a huge master bedroom with king size draped four-poster bed leads into a dressing area furnished with hide covered chairs and ottomans. A little further and one steps into a truly unique, palatial, floor to ceiling glass walled bathroom. The two enormous side-by-side baths have sliding windows opening to the outdoors. His and hers vanities, armchairs and an open 'rain' shower complete this incomparable room. But there is even more: an outside al-fresco shower, almost invisible, tucked away in an indigenous tree.

The second bedroom is also beautiful, with twin draped beds and comfortable cushioned window box seating to relax and watch the great outdoors. This bedroom features another private en-suite bathroom, which includes a bath and rain shower.
The suite has a sizeable, wonderfully furnished lounge/library, with beautiful chairs and couches upholstered in the calm, muted colours of the bushveld. In this room, as well as throughout the suite, there are a myriad interesting details and textures: raw grass wallpaper, smooth floor finishes, leadwood sculptures mirroring the natural environment, sisal rugs. Look up and there are fascinating chandeliers handmade from salvaged sticks, branches and twigs, with interspersed twinkling light bulbs.

Both bedrooms and the lounge open out onto a huge reed-covered patio, which includes a private plunge pool. With upholstered lounging chairs and couches the patios are a wonderful addition to the amenities of the suites.

Besides the wonderful in-suite conveniences which one expects in every Sabi Sabi suite, guests staying in the Luxury Villas have their own private game vehicle, ranger and tracker.

This is exclusivity and luxury at its idyllic best.

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Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve, South Africa (Jan. 08, 2015) - Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge today announced it is a founding member of National Geographic Society's newest foray in world-class travel experiences: National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World, a collection of boutique hotels in extraordinary places around the world with a demonstrated commitment to sustainability, authenticity and excellence. Sabi Sabi is committed to conservation of not just the land, but also the culture and people that make our guest experience so unique and so memorable.

Selected through a rigorous evaluation process, each lodge offers an outstanding guest experience while supporting the protection of cultural and natural heritage and embracing sustainable tourism practices. The initial collection - numbering 24 properties on six continents - further builds National Geographic's travel portfolio, which includes National Geographic Expeditions, Traveler magazine, travel books, photography courses and the @NatGeoTravel digital and photography community.

"For years National Geographic has brought an authentic experience to all their readers and followers. Today we are proud to be part of that experience as we offer our guests unique and authentic experiences of South Africa under the umbrella of the National Geographic brand" said Jacques Smit, Marketing Director of Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge "Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge takes conservation, community and hospitality seriously and is proud to have these practices recognized through the National Geographic lodge program."

As part of a comprehensive vetting process, every lodge in the collection was judged on the following criteria:

The Property - The design and character are unique and authentic and the property provides guests with a true sense of place by celebrating the surrounding landscape and cultural heritage.

Guest Experience and Quality of Service - Guests are offered top-quality service and exceptional and inspiring experiences - from activities that enable them to engage with local people to wildlife encounters with seasoned naturalists.

Sustainable Tourism Best Practices - The property demonstrates a commitment to conservation and green operations; it actively supports the protection of cultural heritage; and it provides tangible benefits to local communities.

National Geographic deployed experts to each site to evaluate operations, meet staff at all levels, scrutinize the lodge's impact on the local environment and community and ensure that these criteria were met.

"By creating this carefully curated group of hotels, lodges and retreats that meet internationally recognized sustainable tourism criteria while providing top-notch guest experiences, National Geographic opens a new chapter in the power of travel to protect our planet," said Costas Christ, a world-renowned sustainable tourism expert and editor at large for National Geographic Traveler magazine, who coordinated an international team to inspect each of the lodges. "Travelers can feel confident when they stay in one of these lodges that they are helping to safeguard cultural and natural treasures in some of the world's most incredible places."

Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge is proud to offer guests who book their stay through National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World a special "National Geographic Exclusive" experience, which includes a wine cellar dinner complete with tasting vintages from around South Africa and learning about the country's thriving viniculture, a champagne breakfast in a surprise location, and - for a three night stay or longer - a complimentary spa treatment at the Amani Spa. This is all over and above the already all-inclusive experience of luxury accommodation in a uniquely designed lodge, including all meals and Sabi Sabi beverages topped with daily safari experiences in vehicles and on foot.

"The National Geographic brand is universally recognized for its commitment to exploring and protecting the planet, so we are uniquely positioned to unite and promote these exceptional properties and to set a new standard for tourism," said Lynn Cutter, National Geographic's executive vice president for Travel. "These lodges share the Society's vision of preserving the planet for future generations and they demonstrate that sustainability and a world-class guest experience can go hand-in-hand."

National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World charter members are:
  • Fogo Island Inn, Canada
  • Grootbos Private Nature Reserve, South Africa
  • Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel, Peru
  • Kapari Natural Resort, Greece
  • Kasbah du Toubkal, Morocco
  • Lapa Rios Eco Lodge, Costa Rica
  • Lizard Island, Australia
  • Longitude 131°, Australia
  • Mashpi Lodge, Ecuador
  • Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort, Canada
  • Pacuare Lodge, Costa Rica
  • Rosalie Bay Resort, Dominica
  • Rubondo Island Camp, Tanzania
  • Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge, South Africa
  • Sayari Camp, Tanzania
  • Southern Ocean Lodge, Australia
  • Sukau Rainforest Lodge, Malaysian Borneo
  • The Brando, French Polynesia
  • The Ranch at Rock Creek, Montana, United States
  • Three Camel Lodge, Mongolia
  • Tierra Atacama Hotel & Spa, Chile
  • Tierra Patagonia Hotel & Spa, Chile
  • Tswalu Kalahari, South Africa
  • Zhiwa Ling Hotel, Bhutan
For more information about National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World, visit

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Follow the movements of Sabi Sabi's sophisticated guests and you will find them to be electronically mobile, online savvy and demanding of fast, instant information at their fingertips. Their briefcases - if they carry one - generally holds a cell-phone, laptop or tablet, and very little in the way of paper!

In line with this trend, Sabi Sabi has abandoned printed brochures and marketing copy and gone 'paperless' as part of an ongoing commitment to minimising the company's environmental footprint.

A stunning electronic e-brochure has replaced the heavy paper booklet, and features magnificent images of the lodges, wildlife and staff at Sabi Sabi. It is beautiful to look at, environmentally friendly and easy to access - available on

Dozens of social media platforms keep followers updated on happenings at the lodges and keep the safari experience alive. Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram are just some of the options available to those around the world who follow Sabi Sabi avidly, while the ever popular blog remains a very firm favourite. Updating current bushveld events has become second nature to the team entrusted with writing the exciting Sabi Sabi stories and the number of followers just keeps growing.

A Sabi Sabi app, launched earlier this year, is free for download from the iTunes App Store. It features all the information any guest could need - from the brochure to animal checklists, useful information and interactive applications (available at present for iPad only - click here to link to the Apple Store).

But while Sabi Sabi makes the most of the myriad social media and online platforms available while planning a visit, on arrival guests are encouraged to switch off the electronics, tune out the media and immerse themselves in the sights, sounds and unedited glory of the Sabi Sabi bushveld.

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Thursday, 23 January 2014 15:14

Sabi Sabi Selati: New lounge & Feb offer

The rich history that surrounds Sabi Sabi is never more evident than at Selati Camp. Its vintage, olde world character reverberates with memories of days gone by, when life was a little slower, a little more elegant and a lot more romantic. Styled on the exciting reef gold rush era, one of Selati's most beautiful and intimate areas is the lounge. This inviting spot is adorned with authentic railway memorabilia, relics of the 19th century Selati Line from which the lodge takes its name. Softly lit by oil lamps, furnished with deep comfortable armchairs and watched over by the warm, ever-attentive staff, this is an enticing area in which to relax and meet friends old and new.

After an extensive rebuild and redesign, the recently revamped lounge revealed a completely new look. A major change has the lounge now leading directly into the intimate boma and much-loved farmhouse kitchen. New floors, rich fabrics and glorious new furnishings, combined with the extension of space, glass and entrance-ways have opened up the lounge area without compromising its historic ambience and familiar characteristics. Neutral colours in soft natural fabrics still dominate, and reflect splendidly in the gleaming floor. The sensation of being out in the African bush is enhanced by the more open design, while the feeling of warmth and hospitality is as strong as ever. Sitting in the lounge sipping a glass of wine around a roaring fire, it is easy to imagine the brave pioneers and exciting gold rush days to which Selati pays tribute.

Each mealtime at Selati Camp is a celebration of style and taste. A choice of several dining locations make the most of the bushveld backdrop. Breakfast and lunch can be enjoyed on the outdoor wooden deck alongside the Msuthlu Riverbed. Dinner is served under the stars in the intimate boma or in the famed Farmhouse Kitchen - a warm and appealing replica of the farm kitchens of old.

This romantic setting is ideal for special occasions and Selati Camp has long been a favourite destination for honeymooners, couples and those seeking a luxurious break. Since taking over management of the lodge, husband and wife team Brett and Ashleigh Heasman have also added their personal stamp. Selati guests are enjoying the surprise special romantic touches on evening safari, fragrant rose petals strewn on the bed or in drawn bubble baths, and the delicious homemade delicacies resting on a pillow as a goodnight treat.

And as for the world prepares for the most romantic of months, Sabi Sabi celebrates romance in style. For every new 4 night reservation confirmed for the month of February, we will treat you and your partner to a couple's spa treatment at either the Bush Lodge Amani Spa or Earth Lodge Amani Spa. Amani Spa was recently voted by the readers of The Spa Traveller the Best International Spa in its category, so you will be sure to be pampered by our world class facilities.

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Thursday, 09 January 2014 15:30

Five Star Safari Splash at Sabi Sabi

While the Northern hemisphere is in the throes of winter, Sabi Sabi is enjoying another glorious summer with daily temperatures averaging around 30℃. Sunny blue skies greet every morning in the African bushveld, which is lush and green thanks to summer rainfall. Safaris are enjoyed in the pleasant coolness of the early dawn and evening, and the best way to beat the midday heat is to relax in the refreshing filtered waters of one of the lodges' award-winning pools.

Sabi Sabi was recently awarded 2nd place for the best hotel pools in the world by Conde Nast Traveler, a new accolade for our Lodges. With four uniquely beautiful pools between Little Bush Camp, Bush Lodge and Selati Camp, secluded pools at the Presidential Suites; and private plunge pools at each of the Earth Lodge suites, guests are spoiled for choice. Each pool has been designed to capture beautiful views of the bush, allowing bird watching and game viewing to carry on long after the return to camp from safaris.

Bush Lodge has two full sized pools adjacent to the wooden viewing decks; both shaded by indigenous trees and overlooking the unfenced bush and waterhole where animals gather to drink. Selati Camp's pool is set in a wooden deck looking out over the Msuthlu River towards a large grassy plain - perfect for spotting resident wildlife. Both the Mandleve and Ivory Suites offer secluded private pools for relaxing. Guests at Little Bush Camp use a swing-bridge to cross the Msuthlu River, discovering their discretely hidden pool - a picturesque setting surrounded by huge trees that filter the sunlight and provide welcome shade. Guests can also relax in Little Bush Camp's private spa baths which are a beautiful feature on the private deck of each luxurious suite.

Earth Lodge guests have the luxury of their own private plunge pools, intimate and totally secluded, flanked by comfortable pool loungers and with mini bars within easy reach. And, as an added experience, there is the option of enjoying a delicious cocktail or gourmet lunch at a table in the "day bar pool" with bare feet resting in ankle deep water - while being served by smiling, professional staff.

All the outdoor pool areas have luxurious sun loungers, fresh towels and attendant waiters ready to bring sparkling drinks to guests as they enjoy the glorious setting. Relaxing in the summer sun, wallowing in cool water and sipping cocktails surrounded by unspoilt bushveld adds a wonderful dimension to an already unforgettable safari.

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