Featured Safari Destination by SAFARI GURU
An exclusive lodge perfectly positioned in the western section of the internationally famous Sabi Sand Reserve at the south of the unfenced border with the Kruger National Park. Savanna lies in an incredibly game-rich area. Here some of Africa's most sought after wildlife sightings are frequent; it is not unusual to see lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino in a single game drive or even at the same time! Numerous nearby dams and a series of waterholes in front of the lodge attract many species, especially in the dry winter months when the big herbivores are daily visitors.
The lodge prides itself on friendly service and a close-knit team of staff provides personalised service with each guest regarded as a valued friend and part of the Savanna' family' from the moment that they arrive. 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. Children's programs, gym and a spa, are also available.
Nine magnificent suites offer spacious and luxurious accommodation. Seven of the suites have tented roofs, blending the elegance of a by-gone colonial era into the African bush while solid walls provide quiet and security, ensuring a restful night's sleep.
Each luxurious suite has all the convenience of modern facilities. En-suite bathroom with free-standing bath, double vanities and both indoor and outdoor shower, private deck and the larger suites have a private plunge pool, with sweeping views of the bush and waterholes. Each is privately tucked away and have the additional facilities including tv, telephone, air conditioning fans, a safe, its own stocked bar and tea and coffee facilities.
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