Bordering the wildlife Kruger National Park, the Sabi Sand Game Reserve is an excellent Big Five destination and gives travellers the chance to explore two perennial rivers; namely as the Sabi and the Sand flow. Highlights include witnessing the elusive leopard as well as sighting other wildlife such as cheetah, giraffe and zebra.
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USD $2,281 - $2,281
GBP £1,750 - £1,750
ZAR R30,420 - R30,420
EUR €1,962 - €1,962
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What to Expect on This Safari
This popular itinerary can be customised to match your budget and travel dates by adding/removing a few days or selecting different lodges
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Welcome to the Sabi Sand Game Reserve
Depart OR Tambo on your scheduled flight into Skukuza Airport. Upon arrival, you'll be transferred to the Sabi sands Game Reserve - to the smallest and most secluded lodge in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve - the Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp. This will be your home for the next three nights with all your meals included. The styled with contemporary elegance, the five-star lodge is a showcase of safari chic in a relaxed environment.
Here you'll enjoy the private decks overlooking the riverbed. However, you'll also be given the opportunity to experience the Big Five, rare antelope, zebra, birds and other species through morning and afternoon game drives.
Meals: Bed and Breakfast
Goodbye - for now!
After your last morning activity, you will be transferred to Skukuza Airport for yrou return flight to O.R Tambo International Airport.
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