Cheetah Plains
Sabi Sands Game Reserve, South Africa

Cheetah Plains is just the place for animal lovers looking for an upmarket safari stay in South Africa’s exclusive Sabi Sand Game Reserve.

Why We Love it and You Will Too

  • Cheetah Plains offers a fine collection of stylish stand-alone safari homes, raising the bar for luxury in the bush.
  • This stunning, modern lodge is also ideally situated next to a large waterhole where you'll see hippos in the water and plenty of game coming for a drink.
  • The wildlife sightings on guided game drives are second to none, with game moving freely into the Sabi Sand Game Reserve from the Kruger National Park.
  • The Sabi and Sand rivers act as an additional draw for animals in the region and an abundance of leopard, lion, rhino, elephant, buffalo, cheetah, zebra, giraffe, hyena and a wide variety of antelope can be seen.
  • The top-notch service is also worth a mention, with well-trained, intuitive staff who will literally move the earth for you.

Your Cheetah Plains Experience

If you're making your way to South Africa to the bush; but without skimping on luxury, look no further than Cheetah Plains for the ultimate wildlife safari.

This newly built lodge offers a glamorous experience, to say the least, and is the embodiment of the term African minimalism. The look is chic, uncluttered and natural, combining raw timbers and rich fabrics with patented metals. As for the accommodation? Gone are the days of stand-alone rooms with canvas and thatch. Cheetah Plains offers the ultimate wildlife safari with exclusive-use bush villas complete with private eco-friendy electric game viewing vehicles ( zero emissions), designated field guides, gym as well as spa therapists. The list goes on.

The location too is out of this world. Here within the world renowned Sabi Sand Game Reserve, you are assured of the most exceptional Big Five safari game viewing. Game vehicles are permitted to venture off-road, which means tracker-guides waste no time getting you straight into the company of lions, leopards, cheetahs, wild dogs, and elephants, to name a few. Since the reserve shares an unfenced border with the Kruger, there is a constant stream of animals making their way into the area.

Of course, game viewing is not just reserved for the game drives. At Cheetah Plains you also have the option of joining a bush walk (with an armed tracker) or simply taking up your new favourite spot on your private deck. From chirping weavers to cheeky little vervet monkeys, it's not uncommon for something to catch your eye right from the comfort of the lodge.

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