5.5 hours by road from Johannesburg.
Federal Air & SA Airlink operate daily flights from Johannesburg International Airport (ORT) to the Sabi Sabi Airstrip / Skukuza followed by an easy game drive to the lodge.
A road transfer from Nelspruit Airport to the lodge will take approximately 90 minutes.
6 Luxury Suites
ABOUT THE LODGE
Air Conditioned Suites with Private Patio
Each suite has a private heated spa bath on the deck overlooking the bush
Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve is an unspoilt part of Africa ecologically and geographically integrated with the adjacent Kruger National Park. It is situated within one of the oldest and largest proclaimed private reserves - the renowned Sabi Sand Wildtuin.
Hidden on the banks of the Msuthu River lies the newest addition to Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve's family of 5-Star lodges, Little Bush Camp.
The warmth and vibrancy of Bush Camp, combined with an intimacy and seclusion makes this an ideal bush retreat for friends, families or small groups.
Home to six luxurious suites, all overlooking the riverbed, Little Bush Camp boasts all the features of an exceptional bush lodge - beautiful setting, excellent cuisine and abundant wildlife.
All suites are fully equipped and feature contemporary African design, complete with air conditioning, double beds, en-suite bathrooms, indoor and outdoor showers and private viewing decks. Thatched roofs, draped mosquito nets and wooden and stone finishes complete the picture of an exclusive getaway.
Adventurous wildlife safaris both day and night tracking the Big 5 off-road and viewing up to 200 species of animals and 300 bird species, from open Land Rovers in the company of a qualified game ranger and tracker, make for a truly memorable experience, and the highlight of your holiday.
ABOUT SABI SAND GAME RESERVE
This reserve shares 50km of unfenced boundary with Kruger National Park and animals are at liberty to go wherever they wish - but they tend to stay right where they are! This is because the Sand River and Sabi River supply much needed water in the dry season and create an eco-system with one of the highest and most bio-diverse wildlife populations in Southern Africa. This is the reason why it is quite possible to see the 'Big Five' (lion, leopard, rhinoceros, buffalo and elephant) as well as numerous other animals and birds in a couple of days, or even a couple of hours in Sabi Sand.