Savanna Private Game Reserve

 
Stay 4 pay 3: This special applies to all new bookings travelling between 1st November 2011 and the 21 December 2012 but excludes travel in the period 23rd December 2011 to the 6th January 2012 and 4th and 11th April 2012.
LOCATION SABI SANDS PRIVATE GAME RESERVE is located next door to South Africa’s World renound Kruger National Park in the Mpumalanga Province.
MALARIA AREA YES
GETTING THERE There are daily scheduled flights from O.R. Tambo (Johannesburg) International Airport (previously known as Johannesburg International) directly to the Sabi Sabi Airstrip where a transfer via road or air to Savanna can be organised
ACCOMMODATION The beautifully appointed suites nestle amongst indigenous bush and trees that provide privacy, quiet and a haven for birds. The epitome of elegance and comfort, the décor is a blend of colonial and classic with hand crafted furniture, fine linen and beautiful artwork. Three Executive and four Luxury Suites offer a unique ‘Out of Africa’ experience with canvas roofs above draped ceilings set on permanent structures. All have magnificent bathrooms and decks looking onto waterholes in the bush. In addition, the larger Executive Suites have plunge pools.
CHILDREN We regret that we do not accommodate children under the age of eight years, unless the whole camp or the whole Savanna Suite is booked. Children 11 years and younger sharing with an adult pay 50% of the full rate.
INCLUDES VAT; Accommodation; Three meals per day; Tea and coffee; Two game drives per day; Optional bush walk per day; Bottled water;   Drinks (excluding select wines and imported beverages); Game drive drinks; Laundry service
DESCRIPTION An exclusive 5 star lodge, Savanna is situated in the internationally famous Sabi Sand Reserve within the greater Kruger National Park conservancy. Savanna lies in an area where 'Big 5' sightings are so frequent, it is not unusual to see lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino in a single game drive. Specially designed game viewing vehicles and highly trained guides with vast knowledge of the African bushveld, take guests on close and intimate encounters with a large variety of wildlife