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Nine beautifully decorated private suites, with en-suite bathrooms and indoor and outdoor facilities, lead onto private decks and have stunning views over the bush. The use of electricity is kept to a minimum, with paraffin lamps and candles replacing electric lighting.
In the main area, the large open plan lounge and dining room lead onto a large wooden deck which looks over the vast plains and nearby waterhole. There is also an indoor lounge set around a large fireplace as well as a good bar and a wine cellar. In the evening, dine in the open air boma around a blazing fire while listening to the sounds of the African night.
Set within the confines of the Greater Kruger National Park, guests can enjoy some of the country's finest game viewing led by experienced guides and the game on view should include lion, leopard, rhino, elephant, buffalo, wild dog, cheetah, giraffe and over 350 bird species. Alternatively, relax at the small spa or by the swimming pool when back at the lodge.
- This family run camp in the Sabi Sands Game Reserve was one of the first game lodges in South Africa.
Nick, Original Traveller