‘Secluded and Luxurious with Great Game Viewing’
Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp is a secluded and luxuriously intimate camp situated on the banks of the Msuthlu River in the Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve. The camp features 6 luxury suites and a central building. It has a pool and an outdoor boma where evening meals can be taken communal-style. The camp features a main pool which overlooks the river and the other Sabi Sabi Lodges feature a children’s centre, shop and spa which guests can take advantage of. The highlight of stays at Little Bush camp are the safaris though – either the game drive safaris where guests can spot the Big 5 or the guided walking safaris where smaller animals and plants can be seen.
In Our Opinion‘An intimate and secluded camp where guests can relax in between game spotting!’
A luxurious suite which has a private viewing deck and an indoor and outdoor shower.
• Game drives twice daily
• Walking safaris
• 'Boma' dinner
• House selection of beverages
• Sundowner drinks on evening safari
• Return transfers from Sabi Sabi airstrip
• Government taxes
• Spa treatments
• Cellar wine collection
• Premium brands
• Curio shop items
• Phone calls
• Sabi Sand Wildtuin entrance fees (if self-drive)
Sabi Sabi is home to over 200 mammal and 300 bird species, including the Big 5 and animals such as cheetahs and wild dogs. Here at Sabi Sabi guests can see a multitude of animals, plants and insects in their natural habitat plus a few which are rare and endangered.
Safari game drives are run twice daily, in early morning and late afternoon/evening – the best times to see the animals. All safaris are conducted in open Land Rovers with highly skilled and trained field guides. Safaris last around three hours.
As well as game drives, Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp also offers mid-morning safari walks where guests spend around two hours in the African bush with an armed ranger, getting up close and personal with the flora and fauna.