Sabi Sands Accommodation

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Sleeps: 16 in 8 units/rooms
From R 6 160,00
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Rhino Post Safari Lodge

Game Reserve And Bush Lodge Accommodation in Sabi Sands

Rhino Post Safari Lodge is a 16-bed lodge, set on the banks of the Mutlumuvi Riverbed in the Kruger National Park.

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Sleeps: 8 in 4 units/rooms
From R 6 160,00
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Rhino Walking Safaris

Game Reserve And Bush Lodge Accommodation in Sabi Sands

Rhino Walking Safaris lets you discover nature's hidden wonders in specially tailored walking trails through a 12,000 ha private wilderness concession in the Kruger National Park

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From R 265,00
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Skukuza Restcamp

Self Catering Accommodation in Kruger Park

9.8km South East of center of Sabi Sands

The Kruger National Park's largest rest camp, as well as its administrative headquarters, Skukuza is situated on the southern banks of the Sabie River. Well foliaged, with lofty trees along the river's edge.

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From R 2 800,00
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Tanamera

Bed & Breakfast Accommodation in Hazyview

25.1km South West of center of Sabi Sands

Sleeping a maximum of 14 guests, your comfort and privacy are assured, at a rate that will pleasantly surprise you. For those wanting to get closer to nature

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Hoyo Hoyo Safari Lodge

Game Reserve And Bush Lodge Accommodation in Kruger Park

33.5km North of center of Sabi Sands

Distinct thatched peaks that peep over the tree-line and flashes of burnt orange through lush Leadwood trees signal guests’ arrival at Hoyo Hoyo Safari Lodge, set on the banks of the Mluwati River in the heart of the Kruger National Park.

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Hamiltons Tented Camp

Game Reserve And Bush Lodge Accommodation in Skukuza

33.8km North of center of Sabi Sands

Reminiscent of an Out of Africa experience, a stay at Hamiltons Tented Camp is one that will remain etched in memory, much like the contribution the lodge’s namesake, James Stevenson-Hamilton, made to the national park the camp now calls home for more tha

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Imbali Safari Lodge

Game Reserve And Bush Lodge Accommodation in Skukuza

34.3km North of center of Sabi Sands

Sheltered in a riverine forest overlooking the seasonal Nwaswitsontso river, Imbali is built on the site of a 400-year-old African settlement that has yielded such evidence of an ancient culture as clay pots, bone tools and grinding stones.

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From R 285,00
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Pretoriuskop Restcamp

Self Catering Accommodation in Kruger Park

35.4km South of center of Sabi Sands

Named after a nearby hill under which Voortrekker Willem Pretorius, of Carl Trichardt's 1848 expedition to Delagoa Bay, is buried, Pretoriuskop camp is one of the oldest in the park.

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From R 250,00
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Kiaat Bungalows

Self Catering House, Cottage, Chalet Accommodation in Hazyview

38.6km South West of center of Sabi Sands

Kiaat Bungalows can sleep 13 guest in 5 different type units.

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From R 140,00
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Kiaat Caravan Park

Caravan or Camping Accommodation in Hazyview

38.6km South West of center of Sabi Sands

Sleeps 6 guests on a camp site - 14 sites available with power points and ablution facilities. We have 14 stands with power, water & lights. Each site large enough to fit your caravan, large tent and vehicle with comfort. Braai stands on each site for yo

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Sabi Sands

Sabi Sands Holidays - Kruger National Park & Lowveld, Mpumalanga
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For an unparalleled safari experience like nowhere else on Earth, come to Kruger National Park, Sabi Sands - a vast 65,000 hectare privately owned safari game reserve adjacent to the Kruger Park. For a stretch of 50km, the boundary between the Kruger Park and Sabi Sands is unfenced, allowing the wildlife to wander from one reserve to the other, making this Mpumalanga Lowveld area the most highly habituated in Africa.
Flowing through Sabi Sands is the Sand River, as well as the Sabi River, and because of this rich water source, Sabi Sands is considered the most pristine, bio-diverse South African Game Reserve, with an abundance of animals and birdlife, guaranteeing wildlife enthusiasts and photographers the ultimate Kruger Park, Sabi Sands safari adventure.

Lying adjacent to Sabi Sands, the Kruger National Park is considered the crown jewel of South African National Parks - a wildlife sanctuary like no other, covering nearly 2 million hectares of land that stretches for 352 kilometres from north to south along the Mozambique border.
Most of the Kruger Park is situated in the Lowveld, the land of baobabs, fever trees, knob thorns, marula and mopane trees, and it's in this open woodland interspersed with long grass in which you'll find the safari Big Five - lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard and rhino, and the birding Big Six. Explore the Kruger Park as a self-drive or on a guided tour, which will take you to picnic sites, waterholes and hides. Other exciting options near Sabi Sabi include Kruger Park walking safaris, Kruger Park mountain bike trails and Kruger National Park 4x4 trails.

What to do on your Sabi Sands safari adventure:

Night time game viewing: When the sun sets, the Kruger bush comes alive with nocturnal animals that come out from their lairs to hunt or head down to the water hole to drink.

Photographic safari: For those with a passion for photography, your Sabi Sands guide is prepared to wait patiently while you capture the perfect photo.

Search for the Sabi Sands 'Secret 7': Not as easy to find as the Big 5, see if you can find the 'Secret 7' - serval, African wild cat, aardvark, pangolin, large-spotted genet, civet, and the porcupine.

Fish the Sands River: With over 37 different types of fish in the Sand River, you are almost guaranteed to get lucky.

Dining under the stars: Relish the crisp cool evening around the boma fire, then dine under the stars in the heart of the Kruger bush.

Visit other towns near Kruger Park, Sabi Sands:

Venture 15.4km south from Sabi Sands to Skukuza, the capital of the Kruger Park.

Hazyview - 52.2 km via R536 from Sabi Sands
Malelane - 84km via Malelane - Skukuza Rd/H3 from Sabi Sands
White River - 97.1km via R536 and R40 from Sabi Sands
Komatiepoort - 109km via Skukuza - Lower Sabie Rd/H4-1 and H4-2 from Sabi Sands
Marloth Park - 117km via Malelane - Skukuza Rd/H3 from Sabi Sands

When to visit Sabi Sands:

High Summer - December to March can be extremely hot, so guests are advised to visit Sabi Sands during early spring and summer - August to November, when game viewing includes baby animals.

What to wear on your Sabi Sands safari:

When game viewing, leave your bright colors packed, and rather wear muted shades. Don't forget the hat and sunscreen, and warm clothes during winter for those chilly nights.

Review - Kruger Park Accommodation at Rhino Post Safari Lodge - Kruger National Park - Sabi Sands

This is our first visit / accommodation at Kruger National Park, and on our safari adventure we stayed at Rhino Post Safari Lodge, a catered bush lodge in Kruger National Park - Sabi Sands in the province of Mpumalanga.

It was much more than we ever imagined! Our Rhino Post Safari Lodge Kruger Park accommodation suite was the ultimate luxury, set on stilts right on the Mutlumuvi River, our suite opened up onto a private wooden deck, from where we could view the riverbed and the Kruger Park wildlife that come and go. We even had our own outdoor shower protected by reed poles.

We were treated to "interesting" meals under the Tamboti trees, and evening Kruger Park game drives, supervised by qualified guides who shared their wealth of bush knowledge, and guided us to where we saw the big five for the very first time. It was certainly an unforgettable Kruger Park experience.

There are many wonderful options for accommodation in Kruger National Park, and next year we plan to bring the family and stay in Kruger National Park Self Catering accommodation, where we can have our own campfire braais (not to say that the Kruger Park Guest Houses are any problem).

Thank you Where to Stay for making it so easy to find the Kruger National Park Rhino Post Safari Lodge, and for making our first African Kruger Park safari so memorable

Ingrid and Walter
Bonn, Germany

Sabi Sands Accommodation - Kruger National Park & Lowveld, Mpumalanga

For the ultimate in luxurious Kruger Park accommodation offering excellent food, wine and service, superb Sabi Sands, accommodation is second to none.
For an authentic Kruger Park bushveld experience, stay in Sabi Sands accommodation (Bush Lodge Catered), set on the banks of the Mutlumuvi Riverbed in the Kruger National Park, where guests can relax, take in the views from the shaded patio, and watch the abundant wildlife amble down to the waterhole. Sabi Sands Tented accommodation offers comfortably furnished African explorer safari style tents built in authentic pioneer tradition, with the serenity of a 19th century naturalists rest, nestled in an Acacia Knobthorn thicket.

Sabi Sands offers guests an unparalleled safari experience in the midst of a vast 65,000 hectare privately owned Mpumalanga safari game reserve adjacent to the Kruger National Park. For a stretch of 50km, the boundary between the Kruger Park and Sabi Sands is unfenced, allowing the wildlife to wander from one reserve to the other, making this Mpumalanga Lowveld area the most highly habituated in Africa. Sabi Sands Guest Houses are undoubtedly the best place in the world to see the elusive leopard, and with the Big Five - lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant and rhino, moving freely to and from Kruger Park, Sabi Sands accommodation offers exceptional big game viewing.
Flowing through Sabi Sands is the Sand River, as well as the Sabie River, and because of this rich water source, Sabi Sands is considered the most pristine, bio-diverse South African Game Reserve, with an abundance of animals and birdlife, guaranteeing wildlife enthusiasts and photographers the most profound Kruger National Park, Sabi Sands safari adventure.

Adjacent to Sabi Sands accommodation, the Kruger National Park covers nearly 2 million hectares of land that stretches for 352 kilometres from north to south along the Mozambique border. Mostly situated in the Lowveld, it's in this open woodland interspersed with trees and long grass in which you'll find the safari Big Five and the birding Big Six. Explore the Kruger Park as a self-drive or on a guided tour - other exciting options include walking safaris,  mountain bike trails and 4x4 trails.

Visit other towns near Kruger Park, Sabi Sands:

Hazyview - 52.2km from Sabi Sands accommodation via R536
Malelane - 84km from Sabi Sands guest houses via Malelane - Skukuza Rd/H3
White River - 97.1km from Sabi Sands accommodation via R536 and R40
Komatiepoort - 109km from Sabi Sands B&Bs via Skukuza - Lower Sabi Rd/H4-1 and H4-2
Marloth Park - 117km from Sabi Sands guest houses via Malelane - Skukuza Rd/H3

What to do on your Sabi Sands safari adventure:

Fish the Sands River: With over 37 different types of fish in the Sand River, you are almost guaranteed to get lucky.

Night time game viewing: When the sun sets, the Kruger bush comes alive with nocturnal animals that come out from their lairs to hunt or head down to the water hole to drink.

Search for the Sabi Sands 'Secret 7': Not as easy to find as the Big 5, see if you can find the 'Secret 7' - serval, African wild cat, aardvark, pangolin, large-spotted genet, civet, and the porcupine.

Sabi Sands Photographic safari: For those with a passion for photography, your Sabi Sands guide is prepared to wait patiently while you capture the perfect photo.

Adventure Golf: Visit Skukuza (15.4km from Sabi Sands accommodation), 

Dine under the stars in Sabi Sands accommodation: Relish the crisp cool evening around the boma fire, then dine under the stars in the heart of the Kruger bush.

When to visit Sabi Sands:

High Summer - December to March can be extremely hot, so guests are advised to visit Sabi Sands during early spring and summer - August to November, when game viewing includes baby animals.

What to wear on your Sabi Sands safari:

When game viewing, leave your bright colours packed, and rather wear muted shades. Don't forget the hat and sunscreen, and warm clothes during winter for those chilly nights.

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