The Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve adjoins the south west border of the Kruger National Park. The boundary is unfenced, and animals are free to roam between the Kruger and the Sabi Sands at will. Home to some exceptionally luxurious safari lodges, the Sabi Sands offers outstanding game viewing and is without doubt South Africa's premier safari destination.
The Sabi Sands comprises an area of approximately 60,000 ha sharing a common unfenced boundary with the Kruger National Park. The area is home to a vast population of wildlife including phenomenal concentrations of the Big Five (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino). This is the oldest of all the private reserves in South Africa and one of the best wildlife viewing areas in the whole of Africa.
The reserve consists of a number of separate private concessions, each sharing traversing rights with neighbours. Some of Africa’s most luxurious safari lodges are to be found here, including Londolozi, Singita and Richard Branson's Ulusaba. These lodges offer exceptional levels of hospitality and service, and guaranteed superb game viewing. The majority of travellers to this area will be lucky enough to see all the Big Five within a short period of time, sometimes all in one game drive. Leopard viewing in the Sabi Sands is without any doubt some of the finest in Africa.