Sabi Sands Game Reserve is seen as the "birthplace" of sustainable wilderness tourism and development in Sub-Saharan Africa. It is regarded by guests and staff as a place of wilderness and adventure. It contains some of the most extensive cross-section of the Mpumalanga wildlife population, including various endangered species. The Sabi Sands shares an unfenced borderline with The Kruger National Park. Animals casually pass unhindered between the two parks.
Selati Camp occupies 30500 hectares of the unfenced estate, stretched between Phalaborwa Mica and Gravelotte. It is an exceptional Camp surrounded by some of the most diverse bush. It is a most charming and enthralling location in the Sabi Sands and will ensure guests come away with memories that can only be gotten in the African Bush.
Selati Bush Camp consists of eight luxury thatched suites, which are complete with:
Animals indigenous to the Sabi Sabi area are Cape buffalo, Reedbuck, Elephant, Spotted hyena, giraffe, cheetah, Burchell's Zebra, Duiker, Black-backed jackal, Hippopotamus, various antelope, leopard, warthog, Lion, white rhinoceros, wild dog and white-tailed mongoose.
It is a veritable hub of birdlife; bird watchers can see and hear the various species of birds.
Sabi Sabi Selati Camp offers specials from time to time. Please visit our specials page for more information.
There are combo specials available only within the Lodge group. And "3 Night fly" in & "3 Night fly in and return" specials.
Due to the frequency of rates changing, we do not publish official rates on this website. Luxury Safaris range in a variety of prices and, as an indication of what to expect, one can pay anywhere from R2 000 to R20 000 per person per night sharing and more, depending on the choice of accommodation, season, specials and other determining factors. For the most up to date rates, please contact us.