Sabi Sabi Selati Camp
Sabi Sabi Selati Camp exudes a Colonial 'Out of Africa' style, with an historic railway theme running through the camp due to its proximity to the now disused, Selati Line (used to carry gold through the Sabi Sand to Mozambique).
The 8 thatched suites are privately set under shady indigenous trees, each with an outdoor shower, free-standing bathtubs, air- conditioning and fans, private lounge with minibar, tea and coffee facilities and a small outside deck with seating. The presidential suite includes a private plunge pool. Selati’s main lodge facilities, open-sided and under thatch, include a cozy lounge and bar, a dining deck that lines the Msuthlu River, an open air boma and farmhouse style kitchen. There is a tranquil swimming pool and access to Spa treatments (additional cost).
Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge
Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge is a luxurious sanctuary sculpted into the earth which opens to a panorama of uninterrupted bushveld, making it almost invisible in the surrounding landscape. There is an underground cellar, a secluded library, an art gallery, an Amani Spa and even a meditation garden.
Taking its cue from the surrounding environment, Earth Lodge uses texture, light and space to reveal itself in a series of sensory revelations; a masterpiece of artistry and innovation. 13 ultra-luxurious suites, including the Amber Presidential Suite, feature individually designed furniture, a private plunge pool and outdoor patio, en-suite glass-fronted bathrooms with indoor and outdoor showers, air-conditioning and fans, a lounge area, minibar and tea and coffee facilities. These spacious and calming interiors lead you on a unique and unforgettable journey. The indoor and outdoor dining area of the main lodge overlook a waterhole and unending bushveld, and a beautifully sculptured outdoor boma.