Inside the heart of nature, within the Sabi Sand Reserve, something enchanting lies in wait - Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp of the Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve. This private South Africa game lodge offers world-class standards in luxury accommodation, excellent cuisine, special facilities, and exceptionally abundant wildlife encounters.
Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp is a luxury safari lodge housing just six luxurious suites, all overlooking the Msuthlu riverbed. Little Bush Camp boasts all the features of its fellow Sabi Sabi sister properties but with an added dimension of unparalleled intimacy and seclusion in a beautiful setting. This exclusive hospitality and vibrancy of Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp is what makes it an ideal family lodging option or simply an exclusive safari getaway from those in search of the ultimate privacy.
All suites at Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp feature contemporary African design, complete with air conditioning, en-suite bathrooms, indoor and outdoor showers, and private viewing decks with heated spa baths overlooking the river. Thatched roofs, draped mosquito nets, and wooden and stone finishes complete the elegant experience, while delicious dinners eaten under the Africa stars leave an indelible mark of wonder and joy on any traveler.
Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp is surrounded by hundreds of species of animals, birds, and plants located in the Sabi Sand Reserve. With no fences between the reserve and Kruger National Park, big game abounds, moving freely through the untouched wilderness oasis. This range of biodiversity and wildlife provides guests with excellent up-close encounters with the Big Five—elephant, rhino, lion, leopard, and buffalo—as well as wild dog and cheetah. Additionally, this region is a beloved bird watcher’s paradise, with over 300 bird species in all. Highly trained and experienced rangers and Shangaan trackers ensure that each African safari experience ranks amongst the best in the world, even if it means going off road to find it. Safaris take place each morning and evening in open safari vehicles, while post-breakfast bush walks open up the natural world more intimately, allowing guests to experience the pulse of Africa through the soles of their feet and the bushveld wonders closer than ever imagined.Request Information