The Singita Sabi Sand is a privately owned game reserve located nearby the famous Kruger National Park in South Africa. The property has been managed by the Bailes family since 1926 and from the beginning of the project the family has always maintained a clear philosophy. They want to act as custodians of the precious South African land and its animals, and the protection of this beautiful area is their number one priority. Guests who will visit the Sabi Sand will indeed share this privilege of experiencing a carefully protected part of South Africa. The area spans more than 45,000 acres and guests will certainly spot wild game as the land is known for its high concentrations of wild animals like leopards and elephants.
The accommodations on the Singita Sabi Sand are divided into three areas: Castleton, with six individual cottages and a main house, Boulders Lodge, with 12 suites, and Ebony Lodge, also with 12 suites. Interiors are stunning with a blend of European heritage and African boldness that welcomes visitors. The atmosphere is warm and down-to-earth, giving the ensemble a family home feeling. The suites and cottages are spacious and styled with a varied mix of rich colours, special accessories and, of course, breathtaking views on the beautiful land around. Elegancy and comfort are key and extras include the likes of en suite bathrooms, an indoor-outdoor shower, private heated plunge pools, and spacious game viewing decks. Stays at Singita Sabi Sand include all meals and drinks, as well as private safaris.
Singita Sabi Sand is one of the world’s best places to initiate a safari and indulge in the best of what nature has to offer. The management’s philosophy that supports local communities, wildlife, sustainability and tourism is simply brilliant and is something that is seldom seen in the hospitality sector.
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Written by Sven
Singita Sabi Sand
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