Book at least four nights at Ulusaba and your final night is free or book eight nights and your last two nights are free from 1 November to 21 December 2023!

Sir Richard Branson's luxury private game reserve in the wildlife-rich Sabi Sand has two beautiful luxury safari lodges — Ulusaba Safari Lodge and Ulusaba Rock Lodge.

Ulusaba Safari Lodge

Built beneath a canopy of trees along the banks of the dry Mabrak riverbed, Ulusaba Safari Lodge offers beautiful views of the animals passing through as they make their way to a nearby waterhole. Safari Lodge has ten rooms which can accommodate 20 guests sharing, including Safari Rooms, Elephant Rooms, River Rooms and a private Treehouse Suite and Safari Suite. The lodge has an outdoor swimming pool, a fully equipped gym and Aroma Boma spa treatment room, an outdoor dining Boma, a gift shop and a wine cellar.

Stays at Ulusaba Safari Lodge start from R13,800.00 per person sharing per night.

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Ulusaba Safari Lodge

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"To say that Ulusaba Safari Lodge exceeded all of our (high) expectations would be an understatement. The Safari Lodge is an incredible and beautiful lodge with an exceptional staff. Our River Room was spacious featuring a sitting area, an oversized bathroom and a beautiful deck with a plunge pool. While we didn't get any elephants drinking from the pool, we did get several stop by to play in the sand and eat the vegetation off of our deck. It was such a unique treat seeing one dig a hole to drink water and play in the mud from our loungers. In addition to the visits from the elephants, we also saw kudu, impala, and baboons. The room's mini bar was well stocked with various soft drinks, beers and wine to drink and assorted snacks and chocolate to eat. The bathroom included all the various Africology amenities you could need, a large claw foot tub and a separate indoor shower (in addition to an outdoor shower)."

—Tripadvisor review from Carlos Alvarez

Ulusaba Rock Lodge

Set 800 feet above the bush, Ulusaba Rock Lodge provides guests with panoramic views of the private game reserve. Luxuriously African in style, Rock Lodge has eight rooms, including the Master Suite which is built on three levels, two Makwela Suites, four Rock Cliff Rooms and one spacious two-bedroom suite with a living area called the Rock Suite. Game-viewing activities at Rock Lodge include morning and afternoon game drives in open safari vehicles, guided bushwalks and stargazing in the bush observatory. Guests can relax at the swimming pool or in the spa and have full access to the gym and tennis court.

Stays at Ulusaba Rock Lodge start from R13,800.00 and Cliff Lodge from R 25,500.00 per person sharing per night.

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The views over the bush from Ulusaba Rock Lodge

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"We checked in to Rock Lodge on New Year's Eve day. The evening was planned with entertainment and a themed dinner. The accommodations and dining are exquisite. I travelled with my husband and two daughters (ages 17 and 19). The safari drives were nothing short of spectacular. We were lucky to have Brad and Harold as our guide/tracker. They are the dynamic duo!! This is a special place! If you have the opportunity it is an absolute must in South Africa! You will not be disappointed!"

—Tripadvisor review from NickyE

  • Accommodation
  • All meals and drinks including top-quality wine and fine champagne
  • Twice daily game drives
  • Daily guided walking safari (weather dependent)
  • The contents of your mini-bar, refreshed daily
  • Free WiFi
Terms and Conditions

This offer applies to new bookings for stays from 1 November to 21 December 2023, subject to availability.

Minimum stay of four consecutive nights with further free nights being cumulative.

Stays can be split between Ulusaba Safari Lodge and Ulusaba Rock Lodge; the last night of your stay will be complimentary.

T&Cs apply.

This special is valid from 1 November to 21 December 2023.

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Sabi Sand Game Reserve
Greater Kruger Park

Bordering Kruger National Park, the Sabi Sand Game Reserve is a collection of privately-owned game reserves which have dropped their fences by mutual agreement. There is also no fence between the Sabi Sand Game Reserve and Kruger, allowing the free movement of animals through the reserve. Sabi Sand is without a doubt South Africa's top luxury safari destination and the best place in the world to see leopards in the wild.