Children of any age are welcome. Children must be 6 years and older to participate in game drives. Babysitting services can be arranged in advance, at an additional cost. No children under 16 years of age may participate in the bushwalks, due to safety regulations
All chalets have en-suite bathrooms, a fan, mini bar (stocked on request), hairdryer, in-room safe, air conditioning and tea/coffee making facilities.
The main lodge has a dining area, lounge, boma, curio shop, a swimming pool, bar, cellar and a spa. Complimentary Wi-Fi is offered in main area.
Spa treatments can be booked on request (additional cost).
Game drives start early in the morning which is the best time to spot game. A member of staff will wake you at least 30 minutes before departure, and you can go down to the patio and enjoy a cup of coffee and rusks before your drive. There will also be a break on the game drive for tea or coffee.
Afternoon/evening drive times will be discussed with you on checking in. You will stop for sundowner drinks in the bush. On returning to the lodge, feel free to freshen up and meet at the bar for a predinner drink.
The game drive vehicles can seat 8 guests comfortably. Both game drives are approximately 3 hours in duration.
Only 8 guests can accompany the ranger on the bush walk at a time. Should you participate in the bush walk, please dress in neutral colours such as black, grey, khaki, brown, etc. No bright colours such as pink, yellow, white, blue, etc are permitted.
Laundry and babysitting services are also available (additional cost).
The lodge has on-site parking.
Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Diners Club credit cards are accepted.
A Guest Conservation Contribution has been included within your rate. The proceeds go towards the Sabi Sand Wildtuin anti-poaching efforts, the community and ecology.
Bush Walks / Walking Safaris
Children under the age of 16 years and guests over the age of 65 years are not permitted on guided walks in the reserve. A guided walk can last about an hour and involve walking over uneven terrain that may contain dangerous wildlife in potentially high temperatures. Guests may need to move quickly and for a sustained period through rough bush terrain if instructed to do so by their guide.
Regardless of age, the final decision on whether a guest can join a guided walk remains with the guide and lodge manager.