Sabi Sabi Selati Camp
Lodge style Vintage glamour
Experience the Africa of the great safari era
Sabi Sabi Selati Camp is a lodge which consists of just eight romantic luxury suites. Named after the defunct Selati Line, the camp’s historic railway theme and old-world vintage charm makes this a truly romantic location. If you love authenticity and wish to experience a suite in a historical theme, then Sabi Sabi Selati Lodge is the perfect safari accommodation for you. A day spent at the Sabi Sabi Selati Camp will no doubt be a day you will never forget. Enjoy the quietness and the peaceful atmosphere at Sabi Sabi Selati Lodge at night. The fires, oil lamps, and lanterns create a relaxing paradise. The open-sided lodge has a cozy lounge and bar, as well as a dining deck with scenic riverside views. Boma dinners add to the camp’s bush appeal, as the sounds of the wild mingle with the firelight and the aromas of the meal.
The magical suites include full bathrooms with beautiful private showers, and all suites are air-conditioned. The Ivory Presidential Suite is a suite is a favourite for every visitor. An en-suite bathroom and a private plunge pool make this suite truly exceptional. It has a private terrace and its own cosy fireplace. A not to forget, your stay at Ivory Presidential Suite includes a private game drive vehicle. A special suite which is a must for honeymooners is the Lourenco Marques Suite. This memorable suite has a king-size bed and an en-suite bathroom. This royal bathroom has indoor and outdoor baths and showers to make your stay unforgettable.
Activities at Sabi Sabi Selati Camp
A day at Sabi Sabi Selati Camp could be as follows (depending on the season): early in the morning a soft tap on your door will wake you up and morning tea is ready for you. At around six in the morning, the morning safari starts. This thrilling event will take around three hours. A walking safari will follow, which offers you discussing time with the ranger who can you give you all the information you need. In the afternoon, lunch and an afternoon tea will be ready for you. At around 16:30, the afternoon safari starts and will meet all your wishes. After this three hour event, dinner will be served for you in the open-air boma or farmhouse kitchen at around 20:00.
Instead of going on a morning safari, a morning guided bush walk is also an eventful option. In a small group you will walk through the South African wildlife and truly feel and experience the thrilling bush veld. If you love bird watching, then Sabi Sabi is the best place to be for you. Sabi Sabi has around 350 different species of birds, a diversity of trees, shrubs and flowering plants.
Sabi Sabi Selati Camp stay 4 pay 3 special offer
Enjoy some extra time at Sabi Sabi free of charge! You will get one night for free when booking a three night safari at Sabi Sabi Selati Camp. This special offer is applicable for new bookings for arrivals between 7 January 2021 and 19 December 2021, and between 7 January 2022 and 19 December 2022. You may also combine different Sabi Sabi lodges during your stay allowing you to experience some of South Africa's very best safari lodges (your free night will apply to the lowest priced accommodation type). This special offer may not be combined with any other special offer.
Tripadvisor comments Sabi Sabi Selati Camp
Loved Selati Camp. Small and intimate and the best, smartest ranger and staff. Game drives were wonderful and Yaap is the man! He is an exceptions ranger at the camp who knows the animals (large and small) as if he spent his whole life with them Allistair was there to great us when ever we returned to camp after a drive and the atmosphere was just so warm. Our suite was beautiful and it was a great African experience. After a short visit to both Bush Lodge and Earth Lodge Selati would have my vote for a true Out of Africa Experience! Also our tracker Voster was delightful!Patagoniamom from Cranford, NJ
Just returned home after 4 days at Selati Lodge, in the Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve. I cannot recommend this lodge highly enough. The food was fantastic, the staff helpful and happy, the accommodation fit for a princess. But the highlights of the trip were the Dawn & Dusk safaris. The exhilaration of driving round a corner & finding a mother rhino & her 1 month old baby in the way was only exceeded by coming across a pride of lions hunting a herd of buffalo, which was exceeded by finding a mother leopard & her frisky baby resting on a termite mound. Our ranger Alaister and tracker Mike were so superb, I can't thank them enough for their professionalism and enthusiasm and friendliness to us, Book your trip NOW!!!!!Kiwimrsmac from Auckland, New Zealand