Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp
Lodge style Secluded intimacy
Ultimate seclusion for small groups and families
A luxurious and intimate safari lodge, Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp is located in the south-western corner of the Sabi Sand Private Reserve sharing unfenced borders with the Kruger National Park. This five star safari lodge nestles under the shade of indigenous riverine trees on the banks of the Msuthlu River overlooking the riverbed.
Accommodation at Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp is offered in six free-standing thatched luxury suites making this lodge a super option for families, friends or small groups looking for exclusivity. With contemporary African design at the core, each suite includes luxury furnishings, a full en-suite bathroom with an indoor and outdoor shower, romantically draped mosquito nets over large beds, air-conditioning, fans, minibar, tea and coffee facilities and a private viewing deck with a heated spa bath overlooking the riverbed. The double volume thatched central area includes a comfortable lounge with a fireplace, dining area, full bar, deck, swimming pool with sun loungers, boma for starlit bush dinners and WiFi.
Activities at Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp
Morning and afternoon game drives and mid-morning environmental awareness walks are offered at Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp. Guests also have access to the Amani Spa at Bush Lodge or Earth Lodge.
Special offer - Fly in package
Tripadvisor comments Little Bush Camp
Of all our stops in South Africa, our time at the Little Bush Camp was the most enjoyable - because of the ambience and the people. The food and drink were fantastic. The bungalows were private and luxurious - down comforters, huge bathroom with shower and tub, private jacuzzi, bathrobes, stocked fridge. But it was the staff who made our trip unforgettable - they were accommodating to a fault - anything we wanted. They offered their own private time for added walking expeditions, transportation between camps for shopping, transport to the airport. The safari guides (Rich and Cameron) and scouts were fantastic - knowledgable, personable, enthused and engaged. We saw the Big 5 and just about every other animal imaginable. Their love of Africa transferred to us. We felt like family and were extremely sad when we had to leave.seeninit from Sacramento, CA
Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp was incredible in all aspects. Staff were amazing, food was incredible (I don't think I stopped eating for the entire duration of my stay), rooms and location were stunning. The game drives themselves were the highlight of my trip to South Africa - we saw leopard cubs, a leopard with a kill up a tree, lions feasting on a kill, sat in the middle of a herd of elephants, the list goes on! The ranger was amazing - had an incredible knowledge of the bush, the animals and South Africa generally. I would highly recommend a stay here - couldn't think of a better safari experience.traveltiles from Sydney, Australia