Savanna Private Game Reserve is situated on the South Western boundary of the Sabi Sands and is one of the best value options in the area. The lodge overlooks endless grassy plains which is host to an abundance of predator and prey animals. Riverine thickets and rocky outcrops also provide gorgeous landscapes in an area where game viewing is often spectacular.
Savanna Private Game Reserve - The Details
Made up of eight suites, Savanna's Tents combine luxury and true safari perfectly. The four luxury suites rooms consist of a permanent structure topped with a canvas roof and take 'glamping' to the next level. All four suites have their own private decks and private plunge pools with beautiful views of the surrounding bushveld and the waterholes that dot the area. The three executive suites are bigger versions of the luxury suites but are also fronted with glass doors to amplify that outdoor-living feel.
The two-bedroom Savanna Suite is an opulent home away from home for families or couples travelling together. The two spacious and luxurious bedrooms are separated by a cozy lounge and fully equipped kitchen that makes spending time in between game drives a pleasure. The suite comes with its own butler and private vehicle and guiding team which completes the private Savanna experience.
The lodge does not allow children under eight years old and communal dining is the norm here. The result is a sophisticated and friendly ambience in the heart of the African wilderness. The lodge is also equipped with a spa, a communal pool for everyone at the lodge to use and possibly the best equipped gym in any safari lodge.
Game viewing at Savanna is often fantastic with regular sightings of all of the 'Big 7' and with over four-hundred recorded bird species, there is something for everyone. The water holes that are dotted around the exterior of the lodge attracts a plethora of fauna that means even when you are not out on game drive, the likelihood of spotting animals is very high. Whilst out on game drive, Savanna also share their traverse with other lodges such as Ulusaba and Dulini. This allows guests to explore a vast area of African wilderness in some of the most densely populated Big 5 areas in South Africa.