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Savanna Private Game Reserve

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Savanna Private Game Reserve

Savanna is an exclusive lodge situated in the famous Sabi Sand Reserve within the greater Kruger National Park conservancy. Savanna is ideally located in an area where 'Big 5' sightings are so frequent, it is not unusual to see lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino in a single game drive. Guests are assured of a friendly welcome and personalised service with each guest regarded as a valued friend. From the moment guests arrive at the Lodge they feel part of the Savanna 'family'.Three Executive and four Luxury Suites offer a unique 'Out of Africa' experience with canvas roofs above draped ceilings set on permanent structures. All have magnificent bathrooms and decks looking onto waterholes in the bush. In addition, the larger Executive Suites have plunge pools. The thatched Savanna Suite is tailor-made for families, with two en-suite bedrooms on either side of a spacious, elegant lounge and large covered patio.

Facilities

Relaxing in the comfort of the public lounge with its spacious patio, or at the main pool looking out over lush gardens and floodlit waterhole, guests are frequently treated to fantastic views of birds and game drinking and bathing. Gourmet dining is an essential component of the Savanna safari experience. Game drives with experienced game rangers and trackers all with extensive training in the art of tracking Africa's wildlife, ensuring that Savanna provides its guests with a comprehensive check list of sightings.

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