When each of the ultra-luxury suites at Sabi Sabi has been completed, the finishing touch has been to give it a name which matches, or has relevance to, the lodge in which it has been built. Thus, the Amber Presidential Suite at Earth Lodge evokes the spirit of a lodge which reflects the mineral wealth of South Africa, and is a suite filled with beautiful amber beadwork. The Ivory Presidential Suite at Selati Camp reminds us that the camp is situated on an animal migratory path, a path that elephants follow day in and day out. The Mandleve Presidential Suite at Bush Lodge is in deference to the awe-inspiring great tusker of that name who spent much of his life wandering the bushveld of Sabi Sabi.

When the two magnificent Bush Lodge Villas were completed, the challenge was what to name them. What sprang to mind was the sleek, sultry, great cat for which Sabi Sabi safaris are famous - the beautiful, elusive leopard.

A highly territorial creature, the leopard is a "must see" for many guests. Two wonderful male leopards (Toms), have afforded visitors to our lodges spectacular sightings over the years.

Mahlatini (meaning "thick bush") wandered onto our reserve many years ago, and made the dense undergrowth around Bush Lodge a favoured part of his territory. A shy leopard at the onset, Mahlatini developed into an exceptionally large male - a really prize specimen. He was dominant in his prime years, but admitted defeat to a much younger Tom, Maxabeni, the ruler of the Sabi Sabi leopard empire - for now.

The sire of some of the most famous leopards in the Sabi Sand was a glorious male named "Tumbela". This leopard had a habit of digging warthogs out of their burrows, one of which eventually caused him serious injuries. Ironically he spent much of his recovery time resting inside a deserted warthog burrow. A prominent scar which left an indent on his right front paw made his spoor easily identifiable for our trackers.

Leopards are lords of the bushveld. They enjoy peace and quiet between the exciting moments of their days. They savour their meals and relax in solitude when the mood so takes them. Our two luxury villas at Bush Lodge have fittingly been named after the great Mahlatini and Tumbela, symbolising glamour, opulence and seclusion.

Each villa is extraordinarily expansive and feature two luxuriously appointed suites, each with an en-suite bathroom. The villas are sumptuously furnished, with a central lounge/library which extends through onto a huge reed-covered patio and private plunge pool. The master suite, with king size draped four-poster bed, leads into a dressing area featuring hide covered chairs and ottomans.

A little further and one steps into a unique, palatial, floor to ceiling glass walled bathroom. The two side-by-side his and her baths have sliding windows opening to the outdoors. Outside, the al-fresco shower is 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 a private en-suite bathroom, which includes a bath and rain shower.

The Mahlatini and Tumbela Villas are perfect getaway destinations for small families or couples travelling together. Children of all ages are well catered for at Bush Lodge and can enjoy the EleFun Centre, where activities are aimed at nurturing a deeper understanding and love for the surrounding bush. The exclusive use of a game drive vehicle, with a ranger and tracker team, is included in a booking at the exquisite Bush Lodge Villas.

Crafted around natural Leadwood sculptures, the idyllic suites combine a respect for the environment with all the luxuries of a world class, 5-Star destination.

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Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve successfully implemented the Guest Conservation Contribution (GCC) on the 1st March 2016, collecting this voluntary donation on behalf of the Sabi Sand Wildtuin (SSW).

We wish to thank you for all your support and for being part of such an impactful contribution. We are proud to say that our Trade Partners showed their commitment to conservation and, together with our guests, have raised substantial amounts in the past year, which all benefit our highly successful anti-poaching efforts in our area. Efforts that have seen records lows of rhinos lost, and slowly but surely we are winning the battle against poaching!

We wish to, however, update you on further communication from the SSW, that as of 1st March 2017, the GCC is a compulsory fee - the details of which are as follows:

- The GCC fee will be charged at R114-00 per person per night. Due to VAT implications, an additional R14 is added in order to not detract from funds toward the GCC. Please note that the maximum payment per guest is restricted to 3 days - so the maximum per person charge would be R300-00 plus VAT - R342-00.

- The new fee is valid for incremental business with immediate effect, for travel from the 1st March 2017.

- Any reservations confirmed before this time will not incur the additional fee and Sabi Sabi will absorb the difference.

- As per normal, all invoicing will be done at source, unless otherwise instructed by our trade partners.

The funds contributed have gone a long way in the current conservation efforts by the SSW, and will continue to be utilised for anti-poaching and general conservation initiatives. Please follow this link for the SSW information brochure, which is a detailed outline of how these funds are allocated.
We thank you for your valuable assistance in this regard and look forward to your continued support.

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Friday, 06 January 2017 11:52

Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge Shines

Earth Lodge is a masterpiece....with remarkable, innovative architecture which is art in itself. In 2011, the lodge was completely renovated to reflect the mineral wealth and glory of South Africa, and more recently our design team were tasked with adding and blending in a few more subtle touches to further enhance the already magnificent design. The lodge was already a beautiful study of metallic hues and earthy tones, but the new soft furnishings, specially commissioned lighting and glorious relaxation areas have been masterfully blended into the original design.

Not wanting to change too much of the already amazing mould - the lodge is so cleverly sculpted into the earth that elephants wander onto the rooftop - ingenious decorative pieces have been added.

In the bar area magnificent hand-blown glass globes in various amber tones combine to produce a stunning chandelier that takes centre stage, and unique hand-crafted magnifying glass candle holders create an unusual and eye-catching feature for those enjoying a pre-dinner drink. New, comfortable chairs in varying shades and textures are a tactile and visual delight.

Artfully chosen eclectic outdoor furniture grouped to create special quiet spaces are a wonderful outdoor enhancement for the suites.

The underground wine cellar has been remodelled to open up the space and better showcase the restyled alcoves housing Sabi Sabi's impressive collection of award winning wines and champagnes. Gently lit by masses of candles on a metal chandelier, the master crafted wooden banquet table and beautifully upholstered chairs create a perfect setting for private dining, wine tasting or special occasions.

Being at one with nature is core to the Earth Lodge philosophy, and a stunning new sunken fire pit lounge is the perfect addition as a place to relax and soak in the sights and sounds of Africa at night. The circular recessed hollow, alluringly placed overlooking a lit water feature, allows guests to chat quietly around a blazing log fire, marvel at the canopy of stars overhead and indulge in a delicious nightcap before retiring for the evening.

The designers did not feel the necessity of bringing clutter into this organic space. The additions were to highlight the fascinating way natural light plays with the time of day and to bring the focus back to the uniqueness of the lodge - the raw wood hand-sculpted pieces by Geoffrey Armstrong, the use of metallic 'African' colours throughout, the rough textures of the unadorned walls and ceilings. Put simply - Earth Lodge needs no fuss - this lodge's remarkable architecture is inherently its own work of art.

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More than 35 years ago, the concept of Bush Lodge was just a dream, an idea of designing a home in the bush and a warm, hospitable experience for visitors from around the world. The creators of this vision were Hilton and Jacqui Loon, one a pragmatic businessman, the other a talented artist, both of whom loved the excitement of travelling. The new Bush Lodge takes you on a breath-taking expedition through Africa, celebrating the adventures of the Loons, and their love for Africa, its people, its art and culture. Designers, Derrick Tabbert Interiors and Design Republic, were tasked with bringing these explorations to life and the result is a masterful amalgamation of ideas and design. This is truly the Africa of "Today".

Arriving into the reception area the journey already begins. A custom-made heavily carved wooden reception desk evokes images of wealthy Arabic traders from Northern Africa. On the other side a magnificent oversized Chesterfield couch, upholstered in green and crackled gold leather, sits in pride of place atop a black and white tiled floor, a nod to colonial travellers of the 1900's.The green touches, together with white and black, are a repeated colour focus weaving all the new décor together.

Walking from reception through the atrium towards the safari lounge, enormous brass and canvas lamps shine light upwards illuminating the high thatch and downwards onto a mass of overlapping colourful Persian and woven rugs, green vintage stools and leather tables, plus an eclectic collection of original paintings, objets d'art and artefacts, which adorn the walls.

The bar with its incredible mix of décor is an unexpected "mash up" of styles which somehow just work. Once again the black and white floor appears, together with touches of old green on intimate seating arrangements of tub chairs, leather bar stools and collectible Ardmore wing backs. A close inspection reveals that the new bar with its smooth wooden top is actually clad in copper - showcasing a collection of South African craft beers, craft gins and boutique wines. There are so many interesting ornaments but the pieces which takes pride of place are the glass fronted steel and brass whisky cabinets and the massive, beaded, calabash-shaped chandelier hanging from the high ceiling beams.

An extension of the enormous thatch roof spans the beautiful "indoor/outdoor" dining area and extends over the huge viewing deck and safari lounge, wonderful spots to kick back and watch animals meandering down to the waterhole. The deck features comfortable seat groupings of various styles of chairs and couches atop Persian rugs, and a fascinating collection of carved wooden tables from many African cultures. The centrepiece chandelier, suspended from the beams of the viewing deck, is a fascinating mix of hand-woven, mismatched baskets which have been repurposed into lights.

A few steps away the safari lounge has a more sophisticated, chic feel, with enormous round leather ottomans, built-in seating covered with leather bolsters and African scatter cushions. Antique wooden benches, interesting carved coffee tables and West African stools complete the picture.

This fabulous revamp follows the recent introduction of the ultra-luxurious 2 bedroom Villas, the renovations within the Mandleve Presidential suite and the luxury suites.

Bush Lodge has become a veritable museum, an homage to the customs of Africa, a history of Jacqui and Hilton's exploration and a celebration of their vision and passion for Africa.

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Tuesday, 18 October 2016 10:14

Sabi Sabi's Five Star Fly-in

A trip to the world famous, award winning Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve will always be the experience of a lifetime. The excitement and luxury are some of the reasons you want your adventure to begin as quickly and seamlessly as possible.
 
Sabi Sabi has long offered our exclusive 3 night fly-in safari packages in conjunction with Federal Air. Your journey begins at the charming Federal Air check in facility (situated close to O R Tambo International Airport, Johannesburg) - a delightful departure lounge with comfortable seating areas and garden where you can enjoy complimentary snacks and drinks while awaiting your departure to the unspoilt bushveld. A quick and easy flight whisks you to our private runway, where you will be welcomed by Sabi Sabi Rangers, ready to take you to your lodge of choice….and immediately the game drive begins. 
 
The fly-in packages offer exceptional value, including daily return or one-way flights to Sabi Sabi, and a 3 night all-inclusive luxury stay at one of the 5-Star lodges. 
 
Sabi Sabi also offers 4 night combination packages, which are tailored for you to experience two sensational lodges during your stay, with only one check-in and check-out required.
 
A 3 or 4 night visit is the ideal length of time to fully enjoy a visit to the bush, so the choice is yours, a fly-in safari or a combination package. These packages include spectacular all-suite accommodation, exciting day and night open vehicle safaris with one of our highly trained rangers and Shangaan trackers to see Africa's big game including the Big 5, delicious cuisine, selected local beverages and an environmental awareness walking safari. And of course, there is the added pleasure of the smiles and warmth of Sabi Sabi's staff with their legendary African hospitality and world class service. 
 
The 3 night fly-in packages include either return or one-way flights. Only a limited number of aircraft seats for these packages are available on each flight, so it is worth booking early. Contact Natalie@amgltd.biz for info.
 
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Five Star Fly-in

A trip to the world famous, award winning Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve will always be the experience of a lifetime. The excitement and luxury are some of the reasons you want your adventure to begin as quickly and seamlessly as possible.

Sabi Sabi has long offered our exclusive 3 night fly-in safari packages in conjunction with Federal Air. Your journey begins at the charming Federal Air check in facility (situated close to O R Tambo International Airport, Johannesburg) - a delightful departure lounge with comfortable seating areas and garden where you can enjoy complimentary snacks and drinks while awaiting your departure to the unspoilt bushveld. A quick and easy flight whisks you to our private runway, where you will be welcomed by Sabi Sabi Rangers, ready to take you to your lodge of choice….and immediately the game drive begins.

The fly-in packages offer exceptional value, including daily return or one-way flights to Sabi Sabi, and a 3 night all-inclusive luxury stay at one of the 5-Star lodges.

Sabi Sabi also offers 4 night combination packages, which are tailored for you to experience two sensational lodges during your stay, with only one check-in and check-out required.

A 3 or 4 night visit is the ideal length of time to fully enjoy a visit to the bush, so the choice is yours, a fly-in safari or a combination package. These packages include spectacular all-suite accommodation, exciting day and night open vehicle safaris with one of our highly trained rangers and Shangaan trackers to see Africa's big game including the Big 5, delicious cuisine, selected local beverages and an environmental awareness walking safari. And of course, there is the added pleasure of the smiles and warmth of Sabi Sabi's staff with their legendary African hospitality and world class service.

The 3 night fly-in packages include either return or one-way flights. Only a limited number of aircraft seats for these packages are available on each flight, so it is worth booking early. Contact our reservations department on +27 (011) 447-7172 or e-mail res@sabisabi.com to request further information.

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Thursday, 22 September 2016 12:21

Revealing the new Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp

The transformation of Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp is complete. In the Sabi Sabi Lodges' design philosophy with Selati Camp being "Yesterday", Bush Lodge "Today" and Earth Lodge "Tomorrow", Little Bush Camp is now the transition between the traditional, but eclectic Bush Lodge and the contemporary, more modern Earth Lodge.

The re-creation of this stunning, intimate camp began with the recent renovation of its 6 luxurious suites into a masterpiece of comfort and beauty. African inspired accommodation with an unimpeded flow of space which creates a magnificent illusion of bringing the outdoors into the indoors was just the start of the major revamp of Little Bush Camp.

Talented designers Derrick Tabbert Interiors and Design Republic, were tasked with re-designing the central reception, lounge and dining areas. They had, as their canvas, the dramatic architecture of the main building - a sweeping high thatched roof with huge wooden beams cover the entire structure, the open sided walls supported by massive logs. The entire frontage creates a glorious frame through which to view the bushveld beyond.

For more infomation, and jawdropping see the new images of this transformation, please visit Sabi Sabi's website.
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Friday, 02 September 2016 11:43

Family Ties at Sabi Sabi

Growing up in a big, busy family and living in a small community village adjacent to the Sabi Sand Wildtuin, the Mkansi family learned a deep love and respect for their environment and almost all have made a career close to their roots. Life was very different then and they fondly recall trips to Skukuza on the old steam train that ran along the (now disused) Selati railway line; reminisce about the veterinary fence that separated the Sabi Sand from Kruger Park; and even remember a time before Sabi Sabi was created. Lawrence, in particular, remembers how his father used to cycle along the Selati railway line way back when.

Eight of the Mkansi family members now work at Sabi Sabi, each with a different focus, yet each with a continued passion for working with people in their beloved bushveld. Visitors to Sabi Sabi are familiar with the impressive sight of the tall, broad-shouldered brothers, Lawrence, Phios and Louis, who are all long-term employees at the lodges. Phios and Louis are expert trackers, most at home out in the open on safari sharing their vast knowledge with guests and giving them an insight into the rich cultural heritage of the local Shangaan people.

Lawrence has come a long way since joining Sabi Sabi as a gardener 20 years ago. His path to Bush Lodge Assistant Lodge Manager and Group Head Ranger has seen him work as a Night Watchman, Bar Tender, Waiter, Tracker and Senior Ranger. And while he is now on the management team, there is nothing he likes better than being back at the helm of a safari vehicle reliving his guiding days with the reserve's myriad wildlife species.

Sisters Petunia and Patricia fulfil support roles at Bush Lodge, while Lindiwe, Anna and Salvation are part of the Selati Camp team.

Although eight family members working together is rare, there are many examples at Sabi Sabi of siblings, parents, cousins and other relatives all working together. It's not surprising given that the reserve was started as a family business and retains strong family ties to this day. This is part of what makes Sabi Sabi special and unique and why visitors instantly feel at home, enveloped in the warm African hospitality for which the reserve is renowned.

Meet some of our wonderful Mkansi's in this video - Lawrence, Petunia and Patricia. They are a closely knit family and exemplify the bonds that are very much part of the Sabi Sabi ethos.

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Wednesday, 10 August 2016 11:48

Honouring women each August

A nation of strong, resilient and wonderful women has steered South Africa through its rich history – its struggles, challenges, triumphs and tragedies all held together by the strength of its women.

As South Africa celebrated the 22nd Women's Day on the 9th August, Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve honour the very special women who are the core of Sabi Sabi. These hardworking and dedicated ladies fulfil a variety of roles within the company – many of them going home at the end of a long workday to care for families and children. They all have an incomparable role model in Sabi Sabi – co-founder Jacqui Loon – who raised her own family while creating the masterpiece that is Sabi Sabi. Jacqui inspired the architecture and décor, and still had time to use her artistic talent to paint the magnificent portraits which adorn some of the walls of the lodges and was instrumental in building Sabi Sabi into a global brand, her passion and commitment helping to create a legacy for future generations.

In many cultures – and certainly within the local Shangaan culture – women are revered as the 'heart' of family life – the nurturers, caregivers and upholders of family values. This culture exists at Sabi Sabi, where all departments have a strong female contingent, in fact so much so that at the helm of each of the four Sabi Sabi lodges is a strong female leader. These remarkable ladies expertly juggle career and family while at the same time mentoring and advising their lodge teams.

Although being predominantly male oriented, the safari department began employing a number of female guides many years back – in fact Sabi Sabi was one of the first private reserves who employed female guides. These ladies take their roles very seriously, and while they definitely have feminine charm, they are absolutely confident, highly trained and extremely capable.

This year we once again pay tribute to each and every single woman who is part of the Sabi Sabi team – and thank them for their tireless efforts to maintain Sabi Sabi as the icon it is today. We salute you!

Meet Evidence Lubisi – grace and beauty personified. Evidence is part of the Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge service team and exudes a calm and gentle nature at all times. Truly one of the loveliest ladies you will encounter.

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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: natalie@amglt.biz

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