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Your Sabie Sands Safari is Special and Private

Lion at Sabie Sand Game Reserve
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A Sabie Sands Safari

The Sabie Sands Game Reserve is the oldest private game reserve in the country. It covers a large naturally diverse region situated on the western border of the Kruger National Park.

The Sabie Sands with it's network of exclusive private game lodges, has become one of the most eminent and sought after safari destinations in South Africa and the world.

The terrain at Sabie Sands varies between different ecosystems of mountain, plains and heavy bush, providing the ideal environment for the Big 5 and many other animal and bird species, including the cheetah and wild dog.

The border between Kruger and Sabie Sands is unfenced, thereby encouraging wildlife to roam freely throughout the entire region.

Elephants at playThere are three main rivers running through Sabie Sands, the Manyeleti river, the Sand river and the Sabie river in the south. These river systems contribute towards the diversity of animal life in the game reserve.

The Sabie Sands safari game lodges are situated on their own private game

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Some of the most visited of these private game reserves are: Sabie Sabie, Chitwa Chitwa, Djuma, Londolozi, Exeter, Mala Mala, Ulusaba, Singita and Lion Sands.

Each of the game lodges offer their guests a unique African experience in hospitality, luxury facilities and guided wildlife safaris, such as bush walks and night game drives.

Sabie Sands Safari Rates/Prices, Enquiries and Bookings: here

More detailed information about game lodges at Sabie Sands: here

Interested in a
guided tourand safari in the Kruger Park? 3 Days  4 Days

accommodation in the Kruger National Park: Kruger Lodges

Here's my page about Kruger's private reserves: Kruger Private Reserves

Here's a useful clickable map of the kruger Park: Kruger Park map  

Return to the Kruger Park safari page: Kruger Park safaris

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