Book a minimum of 3 nights and one partner gets a 50% discount off the cost of accommodation!
Dulini Moya, Dulini Leadwood Lodge and Dulini River Lodge are located in the Sabi Sand, one of South Africa's most famous game reserves.
Each lodge has its own unique character and style. From the intimate thatched stone cottages of Dulini Moya, and the contemporary opulence of the spacious suites at Leadwood Lodge with their floor-to-ceiling glass windows, to the understated elegance of the river-facing suites at River Lodge, your safari honeymoon is sure to be an unforgettable experience.
- Two game drives per day
- All meals
- Teas and coffees
- House wines, local brand spirits, beers and soft drinks
- Refreshments on game drive
- Laundry service
- Transfers to and from the lodge airstrip
- Curio shop purchases
- Telephone calls
- Spa treatments
- SSW guest conservation contribution
- Gate entrance fees
- Aircraft landing and departure fees
- Ulusaba passenger taxes and airport transfers
Minimum three nights stay or more subject to availability.
Wedding date required and cannot be booked if travel dates are more than 6 months after wedding date.
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Dulini Moya is an exclusive and intimate private game lodge in the Sabi Sand Reserve, sharing unfenced borders with the Greater Kruger Park. The area offers superb game viewing and is renowned for its common sightings of the Big 5. A maximum of 12 guests can be accommodated in six luxurious stone and thatch cottages, each with a view over the seasonal Mabrak River.
Dulini Leadwood Lodge is the perfect choice if you're looking for something that's intimate, exclusive and luxurious. The lodge's three river-facing suites (four when booked exclusively) are well-spaced apart for privacy, making it the ultimate honeymoon or discerning small group destination.
Totally modern with every luxury, comfort and convenience, Dulini River Lodge offers you old-fashioned luxury, indulgence and personalised service. Its six luxurious suites are elevated to look over the perennial Sand River and its bushveld surrounds.