Situated in the Sabi Sabi Game Reserve bordering Kruger National Park, the intimate Sabi Sabi Selati Lodge is furnished with a historic railway theme that extends from the original steam engine name plates, signals and other memorabilia in the lounge to collector’s pieces in each room and shunter’s lamps lighting the way to your suite. Imbued with 19th century charm, this authentic home in the bush is lit at night by the gentle flicker of oil lamps and the warm glow of fires. Just eight luxurious thatched suites, each with en suite bathroom and private alfresco shower, blend perfectly into the surrounding bush. Home-cooked cuisine is served on decks built over the riverbed, in the open-air boma or in the farmhouse kitchen.
What we love about Sabi Sabi Selati Camp
- Ask your guide to show you the remains of the Selati Line, an old railway that used to link Johannesburg with what was then known as Delagoa Bay in Mozambique.
- Ask your hosts to take you on a visit to the local school which the lodge supports.