The Sabi Sand Reserve is one of the oldest private reserves in South Africa. As a wilderness area it is home to a vast population of wildlife, including The Big Five, and a number of endangered species such as the wild dog, bats, honey badgers, the ox-peckers and ground hornbills.
Bordering the south western part of the Kruger National Park, animals pass unhindered between the parks. Open safari vehicles, seating between 6 and 12 visitors, and under the expert guidance of experienced rangers, are used for game viewing.
On average, approximately 6 hours a day are spent out in the bush on safari.