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Deep in the bushveld overlooking a waterhole and an open plain, lies a lodge that pulses to the rhythm of Africa’s heartbeat. This is Bush Lodge, steeped in tradition, vibrant and warm, the Sabi Sabi of “Today”. With a history spanning over 35 years, the lodge has earned a reputation of a “luxury home in the bush”, service excellence and effortless personal attention. The conventional safari style showcases a vibrant and eclectic mix of furnishings and décor garnered from all corners of the African continent. To maintain privacy and intimacy, the lodge has 25 suites in total including 2 Luxury Villas and the Mandleve Presidential Suite.
Sculpted into a slope of the earth, Earth Lodge’s organic architecture awakens the senses with a masterful use of texture, space and light. Everywhere there is evidence of nature at work, with almost every facet of the lodge inspired by the surrounding environment. Home to 13 ultra-luxurious suites, the lodge breaks with traditional bush lodge style to create a masterpiece of elegance, futuristic style and luxury. Uninterrupted bush stretches in front of Earth Lodge – a taste of the Big 5, open vehicle safari experience that draws guests back time and again.
Hidden in the shade of indigenous riverine trees, on the banks of the Msuthlu River, lies Little Bush Camp, the smallest and most secluded of Sabi Sabi’s 5-star lodges. With its subtle elegance and classic safari style, the lodge is an oasis of peace and tranquillity. Little Bush Camp is ideal for exclusive use by small groups and friends. The lodge offers six stunning suites, featuring private decks overlooking the riverbed and surrounding natural bush.
Born of history, inspired by the legends of hidden bullion and fearless hunters, the exquisite seven suite Selati Camp is a tangible reminder of this grand steam train era. Each of the suites, romantically named after long-gone railway stations, is intimate and comfortable. “Out of Africa” styling, en-suite bathrooms, and cleverly concealed air-conditioning and electricity maintain the historical theme. Situated on a bend of the Msuthlu River in the shade of gigantic riverine trees, Selati Camp is a safari lover’s dream.