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#2 Sabi Sands Luxury Private Reserves--follow-up question

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The replies to my earlier topic have been very helpful….thanks to all!! Obviously, there is a lot of experience among you.

This added question may sound silly; forgive me. This is partly an anniversary celebration; and we want to balance group time with some quieter time to ourselves. Main concern—meals. In some camps, I gather the norm is the entire group eating at a large table, or smaller groups with their ranger at tables. We would like to often eat alone at a table for two; but we don’t want to seem so out of the customary that we are “shunning” the group. I know in room dining is one solution, but sometimes the atmosphere of a dining room is romantic as well.

Do you know if any of the lodges lean towards more “open seating” dining? Thanks again.

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