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Londolozi Founders or Ulusaba Safari camp (or Mala Mala Main)

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I will be traveling with my husband and 4 kids in their 20's to South Africa in late March. We are going to a safari lodge for just two nights. I am trying to decide between Londolozi Founders and Ulusaba Safari mostly. But also have the option of Mala Mala Main or Sabi Sabi Selati.
We want fabulous game viewing on the rides and at the lodges. MOST IMPORTANT next We also want very good quality food…both healthy (for me) and creative and interesting (My foodie son). It is also nice to have beautiful lodges but that isn't as huge a focus.
I am leaning towards Londolozi Founders because the liquor is all inclusive, private plunge pools, and beautiful lodgings. Ulusaba is a great value but I think the lodgings aren't as fabulous as Londolozi and maybe game viewing could be less.
Mala Mala doesn't include unlimited drinks (I heard for $30/pp you can get that) and I think the accommodations aren't as luxurious. I am wondering if the game viewing would be the same as londolozi (from the lodging and from the drives). Sabi Sabi Selati seems ok but not as nice and has a lot of people in their lodges plus not sure about the food.
I guess I would really like info on Londolozi versus Mala Mala Main and Ulusaba and if you know anything about Sabi Sabi Selati I would be interested…thanks so much.

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