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Sabi Sabi's Bush Lodge

  • $$

Pros

  • Always prolific game around the lodge
  • Busy water hole in front of lodge
  • Roomy chalets

Cons

  • Big and busy might not be your idea of relaxing getaway

Updated 12/31/1969

Fodor's Review

Bush Lodge overlooks a busy water hole (lions are frequent visitors) and the dry course of the Msuthlu River. The thatch, open-sided dining area, observation deck, and pool all have magnificent views of game at the water hole. Thatch suites are connected by walkways that weave between manicured lawns and beneath enormous shade trees where owls and fruit bats call at night. All have a deck overlooking the dry river course (where you may well see an elephant padding along)

and outdoor and indoor showers. Chalets at this large lodge are older and smaller—although more intimate in a way—but still roomy; they are creatively decorated with African designs and have a personal wooden deck.

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Hotel Details:

  • 25 suites

Updated 12/31/1969

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