Properties

Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge - Mpumalanga - South Africa

property - Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge [© 2011 Pulse Africa - pulseafrica.com]    property - Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge [© 2011 Pulse Africa - pulseafrica.com]    


For decades Bush Lodge has been Sabi Sabi's flagship lodge, famed for its warmth, vibrancy and legendary hospitality. A favourite amongst travellers in search of luxury accommodation, Bush Lodge is a luxurious safari escape set in the heart of the Sabi Sabi bushveld overlooking a waterhole and an African plain. Bush Lodge's charm is evident from the outset. Here you will savour uncompromising high standards of service, efficiency and personalised attention.

Each of the twenty five spacious, air-conditioned thatched suites is beautifully appointed, featuring exquisite ethnic décor in keeping with the bushveld environment. The en-suite bathrooms feature al-fresco as well as glass-fronted indoor showers, affording wonderful views of the bushveld. Huge viewing decks are the ideal setting to relax while spotting game, birdwatching, or cooling off in the filtered pools. Meals, including the wonderful dinners in the open air boma, are heralded by blasts on a kudu horn, a summoning to delicious food. This luxury safari lodge also features artistically designed open courtyards with spectacular wooden carvings by renowned South African sculptors, created from uprooted trees and wood salvaged from the surrounding bushveld.

The Mandleve Suite at Bush Lodge is an ultra-luxury suite perfect for honeymooners or those in search of sumptuous accommodation. The beautiful spacious suite includes an open plan lounge and gorgeous bathroom with outside shower. A secluded pool, private safari experience, personal attendant and optional in-room dining all combine to make this suite an absolute treat.

Activities at Bush Lodge are varied and exciting and revolve around the bush and its inhabitants. Early morning game drives are followed by a lavish brunch either back at camp or at a surprise location in the bush. Time is then set aside to relax back at camp or to perhaps take a guided bushwalk before tea, an afternoon/evening game drive and dinner under the African skies.



Ask the experts for the best personalized advice...