Children aged 13 years and older are welcome. Children under 13 can only be accommodated if the entire lodge is booked exclusively.
All suites have air conditioning, en-suite bathrooms with indoor and outside showers, private deck with outdoor bath/jacuzzi, hair dryer, mini bar, safe, fan, heater, a lounge area, tea/coffee making facilities, mosquito nets, and a telephone.
Little Bush Camp has a boma, boutique shop, lounge area, a main swimming pool area for guest’s enjoyment, full bar facilities and complimentary internet access. There is also a game viewing hide.
A Spa is available at Bush or Earth Lodge. The lodge can, on request, also offer in-suite massage treatments.
Two safaris per day are included - departing morning and afternoon/evening - each approximately 3 hours in duration and including a coffee/sundowner stop.
A walking safari with your rangers is optional and takes place after breakfast.
The lodge also offers a Community Tour, available to Sabi Sabi guests after breakfast each day. This is to be pre-booked at an additional charge, and these funds are invested back into the community. The tour focuses on an authentic experience, and you will have the chance to view life from the perspective of the staff, as the majority of the staff are from the local communities of Lillydale, Justicia and Huntington.
Credit card services are available.
A laundry service is available (additional cost).
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.
If you are arriving/departing via FedAir, the camp is a 20 minute drive away from the airstrip.
Bush Walks / Walking Safaris
Children aged 13 years and older are permitted on guided walks in the reserve. A guided walk can last a couple of hours 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.