The transfer between the Sabi Sabi airstrip and each of the four lodges is complimentary.
Please note that Sabi Sabi is situated within a malarial area. It is recommended that guests consult their physician or travel clinic regarding the latest, easily administered malaria prophylaxis.
Excellent game viewing opportunities abound in each season. Spring and summer are the rainy seasons in this part of South Africa when the bush is green, lush, and thick. This is also the time of year where there are many newborn animals. Temperatures range from 68 to 88 degrees Fahrenheit in the spring (September to November) and 72 to 95 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer (December to February). Autumn and winter are the driest months, when the vegetation is less dense and animals frequent the waterholes more often. Temperatures range from 66 to 82 degrees Fahrenheit in autumn (March to May) and 54 to 77 degrees Fahrenheit in winter (June to August).
The lodge provides ponchos and mosquito repellent, and safari clothing and equipment is available for purchase in the lodge's boutique. Dress is casual and neutral colors are recommended for wildlife viewing.
Children of all ages are welcome at Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge. Children three years and younger stay free of charge, while children ages 3-12 pay the child rate. However, due to the nature of the Sabi Sabi experience, restrictions apply and child participation on safaris is subject to the discretion of the General Manager and rangers.
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