Our map of the Sabi Sand Game Reserve shows most of the game lodges situated within the reserve. The Sabi Sand is roughly divided into a northern and a southern section, divided by the Sand River, which one cannot travel across. This means that to get from a lodge in the South to a lodge in the North, you'll need to exit the reserve, drive around and enter again at another gate. Therefore, it's best not to combine North and South Sabi Sand lodges on the same trip. Click on any lodge to find out more about it.
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