| 02 May - 31 July 2018
01 September - 30 September 2018
01 November - 19 December 2018
|Luxury Suite||R 8,784 pppn sharing||special rate for advance bookings|
|Honeymoon Suite||R 9,230 pppn sharing||special rate for advance bookings|
|Luxury Waterhole Suite||R 9,676 pppn sharing||special rate for advance bookings|
|01 August - 31 August 2018
01 October - 31 October 2018
|Luxury Suite||R 9,122 pppn sharing||special rate for advance bookings|
|Honeymoon Suite||R 9,585 pppn sharing||special rate for advance bookings|
|Luxury Waterhole Suite||R 10,048 pppn sharing||special rate for advance bookings|
|20 December - 31 December 2018||Luxury Suite||R 9,390 pppn sharing||special rate for advance bookings|
|Honeymoon Suite||R 9,867 pppn sharing||special rate for advance bookingss|
|Luxury Waterhole Suite||R 10,343 pppn sharing||special rate for advance bookings|
Simbambili Game Lodge is set in magnificent trees along the Manyeleti River with views over the extensive savannah grassland that teems with wildlife in the Sabi Sands Game Reserve.
Each Suite is individually hand crafted to blend in with the environment and positioned to enhance privacy. Each one has spectacular views whether from the unique en-suite bathrooms and salas or individual private pools.
Amani Spa at Simbambili Game Lodge blends artfully with the natural enviromnment - its two spa treatment chalets nestled amid the Knobthorn and Jackalberry trees, ensuring total privacy and tranquility. Here guests can avail of relaxing and rejuvenating spa treatments in the enchanting spa chalet on stilts, with its wall of glass doors, or have a treatment in the unique open-air spa "sala" - both of which afford uninterrupted views of the magical African bushveld. Amani Spa offers holistic body, skin and beauty rituals, rejuvenating massages and soothing treatments, uniquely designed to relax the body and bring harmony to the spirit while preserving youthfulness and enhancing health and vitality.
ABOUT SABI SANDS GAME RESERVE
This reserve shares 50km of unfenced boundary with Kruger National Park and animals are at liberty to go wherever they wish - but they tend to stay right where they are! This is because the Sand River and Sabi River supply much needed water in the dry season and create an eco-system with one of the highest and most bio-diverse wildlife populations in Southern Africa. This is the reason why it is quite possible to see the 'Big Five' (lion, leopard, rhinoceros, buffalo and elephant) as well as numerous other animals and birds in a couple of days, or even a couple of hours in Sabi Sand.