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Inside the South African Safari Lodge That Lets You Eat Breakfast With Elephants

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by Matador Creators Jan 11, 2023

Imagine waking in one of the most spectacular game parks, Kruger National Park, in South Africa to a herd of elephants outside your terrace. This is the view guests at Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge are welcomed with. At this world-renowned luxury safari lodge, you don’t need to go far to view some of Africa’s Big Five.

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About Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge

The lodge is located in the Greater Kruger Park in South Africa. It’s nestled between two hills and overlooks an open savannah plain. As one of South Africa’s most renowned and luxurious private game reserves, Sabi Sabi offers a unique and unforgettable safari experience with exceptional wildlife sightings, guided activities, and authentic African hospitality.

Suites at Earth Lodge

Home to 13 ultra-luxurious suites, the lodge is ideal for those seeking a once-in-a-lifetime safari experience. Each unique build has spectacular views of the African bush, elegantly designed interiors, and all the luxuries one could expect from a five-star lodge.

Huge windows look out onto a private terrace with a plunge pool. It’s here that guests rave about enjoying a delicious breakfast with the backdrop of a herd of elephants grazing at the nearby waterhole.

What to do at Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge

Safari is, of course, the main reason people stay with the Sabi Sabi group. The safari tours are world-renowned. Each morning and evening guests depart from the luxury lodge into the wilderness either on foot or in a vehicle with a knowledgeable game ranger and Shangaan tracker.

Between safari, the Sabi Sabi complex is home to a huge amount of amenities from a kitted-out gym, a world-class spa, an art gallery, an underground wine cellar, and a library.

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