Experience extreme luxury and privacy at this exclusive safari getaway on the banks of the Sand River in the heart of Sabi Sands Game Reserve, next to the Kruger National Park. Dulini Leadwood Lodge's prime position ensures once-in-a-lifetime animal encounters, with leopard sightings being a particularly special experience. With its refined African luxury and exclusive layout, Leadwood Lodge provides a one-of-a-kind bush experience. Read More

A beautiful riverside bush setting is just one of the attractions of Londolozi Founders Camp. Leopards are notoriously the hardest of the Big Five to track down on safari but that isn’t the case at this award-winning family-owned concession. Deep in the Sabi Sands area adjoining South Africa’s Kruger National Park, Londolozi is renowned for its prolific leopard sightings, as well as excellent Big Five game viewing. Read More


A canopy of ancient trees on the banks of the Sabie River shelters a sophisticated and serene treehouse lodge deep in the pristine landscape of South Africa’s Kruger National Park. Narina Lodge is one of just two intimate lodges in the 5000ha Lion Sands private concession, guaranteeing excellent uncrowded game-viewing of the Big 5 and a myriad of other wildlife. Read More


A stunning setting on the banks of the Sabie River surrounded by animals, bush and big skies, Tinga Lodge is the perfect place to relax and re-energise, immersed in the magic of Africa. One of two small luxury lodges in the pristine Lion Sands private concession of the Kruger National Park, Tinga provides a truly exclusive year-round safari experience, encompassing the Big Five and much more, with a thriving population of black rhino. Read More

It is certainly one of Africa's most sought-after luxuries, and there are few places on earth that can compete with this continent's immense sense of space. Capitalising on the vastness of Africa's wildernesses, Great Fish River Lodge celebrates the spectacular views of its setting with elements such as huge windows (allowing the natural surrounds to grace each and every room) as well as expansive decks. Read More

Experience the magic of the African bush at Leopard Hills, where each of the eight truly spacious glass-fronted suites - complete with sun deck and heated plunge pool - open onto magnificent views of the African bushveld. Crisp percale linen on the mosquito-net-swathed beds, ceiling fans and air-conditioning, and utterly romantic bathrooms with double indoor and outdoor showers boasting superb views of the bush below are the ultimate in elegant luxury. Read More


Combining elegant African sophistication, with family-friendly hospitality, Londolozi Varty Camp is well established as one of the premier safari spots in the heart of Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve, which is located on the edge of the Kruger National Park, home of the Big 5 and unforgettable bush experiences. Established in 1926, its proud heritage makes it a true African gem. Read More


Ulusaba Private Game Reserve is where Sir Richard Branson fell in love with the African safari dream. Located in the game-rich Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve adjacent to the Kruger Park, it’s a mere one hour and twenty minutes’ flight from Johannesburg and has its own airstrip. No expense was spared as he built his Read More Read More


The 10-roomed Ulusaba Safari Lodge is built 'treehouse' style along the Mabrak river bed beneath mature Jackalberry trees & connected with rustic suspension bridges and wooden walkways. There are smaller Safari Rooms, Elephant Rooms, and more private River Rooms to choose from at Ulusaba Safari Lodge. Most romantic is the Treehouse Suite which is secluded and overlooks Xikwenga Dam - a perfect spot for viewing game at sunrise, cup of coffee in hand. Read More


The intimate, all-suite Sabi Sabi Seleti Camp is a most unforgettable of African safari experiences. Seleti is an authentic home in the bush, furnished with a historic railway theme and old-world charm. By night, the camp is romantically lit by the flicker of oil lamps and the glow of fires. World-class cuisine is served on wooden thatched decks built alongside the Msuthlu riverbed, in the open-air boma or in the farmhouse kitchen. The decks allow for great game-viewing, or guests can cool off in the tranquil pool. Read More