Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp

An ideal camp for a group of friends for a special celebration or birthday, this luxury retreat lies along the banks of the Msuthlu River and is shaded by the indigenous riverine trees.

Situated in one of South Africa’s first, and still best, private game reserves, there are just 6, luxury suites whose furnishings and décor highlight the colours, shades and shapes of the African bush. Combine with gourmet food, great game and a glorious bush experience for a memorable and magical holiday.


Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve


  • Game drives
  • Guided bush walks
  • Swimming pool
  • Renowned cuisine
  • Perfect for a family group

Our Thoughts

A charming little camp, with room for just twelve guests. Lying on the banks of the Msuthlu River and hidden by trees, it is often booked out exclusively by family groups, who benefit from having their own game ranger & safari vehicle.

Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp

  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool
  • Suites
  • Private viewing decks
  • Mosquito nets


The outdoor dining area is elegantly decorated and situated under the magic of a verdant nature. Delightful dishes are served in the boma, next to the fire and with a romantic view of a starry sky. 

Exceptionally classy and secluded, the 6 villas represent the best escape into a peaceful yet sophisticated oasis in the heart of wilderness. Furnished in elegant African style, they feature fine design artworks and excellence equipment such as private spa bath, outdoor shower and mosquito nets draped over the king-size beds. 

  • Morning safari
  • Morning walk
  • Evening safari
  • Moonlit bush dinners
  • Private  bush breakfasts
  • Birdwatching

The camp is ideal for grown up travellers to whom privacy and relaxation are essential. However, children over the age of 13 are welcome, whilst younger kids are allowed when the lodge is exclusively booked. Babysitters can be requested on arrival with additional rate. 

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Winter Game Viewing in South Africa

South Africa is unique in that the weather it receives means that it’s traditional “Low Season” for safari in the winter months are actually the driest months (June to August) so, whilst this may not be the most desirable time to visit other tourist hot spots such as Cape Town and ...


Please note that due to the fluctuating currency at this time, all quotes are subject to change at time of booking.

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