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Activity adventure | Natural world | Off the beaten track | Safari
Selati Lodge is set along a historic railway, previously used to transport gold in the 1870s. Sabi Game Reserve is easily accessed, by either road or air, the fastest and most convenient option to get to the Game Reserve is making use of the scheduled charter flight from OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, Alternatively, by road Johannesburg is approximately 5.5 hours.
Fashioned in a colonial ‘Out of Africa’ style, the exclusive lodge owns eight thatched suites, opulently furnished featuring en-suite bathroom facilities and private outdoor shower, nestled under indigenous trees. For those after exceptional accommodation, the spacious Ivory Presidential Suite offers colonial grandeur, a private plunge pool, private terrace and four poster beds, or the Lourenco Marques Suite offers a romantic atmosphere, in an ideal honeymoon suite.
Breakfast tends to be a true South African affair, as the chefs of Selati camp prepare a breakfast consisting of freshly baked breads, jams and preserves of the region. Lunch and dinner also comprise excellent cuisine, served around the open-air boma upon the riverbed, or in the charming farmhouse kitchen.
Guests are offered an exciting insight into the African bush and its wildlife with daily game drives and bush walks. Visitors can explore safari reserve in an eye open experience, viewing flora, fauna, small animals and an abundance of migrating wildlife including leopard, antelope, elephant and rhino, in the comfort of a 4x4 safari vehicle and accompanied by a ranger and tracker.
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