SADC RESIDENTS SPECIAL
from R 4,300 pppns
Valid until Dec 19th 2021
Idube Safari Lodge
Blending affordability with experience, Idube Lodge is one of the original Sabi Sands camps & offers classic Big 5 game viewing & unpretentious comfort.
Family-owned Idube Lodge delivers affordability without sacrificing experience. Set at the heart of the Sabi Sands Private Reserve, its ten cottages lie surrounded by green lawns on which antelope and warthog graze. Shady trees ring with birdsong and you can begin your game viewing simply by sitting in a comfortable chair at the lodge or on your deck.
Big 5 game viewing waits however. In the company of an expert guide and sharp-eyed tracker you’ll explore the Sabi wilderness on morning and afternoon games drives. Night drives and guided walks complete the experience. Photographers will want to stake out the waterhole’s underground hide; those interested in community affairs can enjoy an insightful visit to a local village.
Idube has a classic safari feel. Timber and thatch dominate the main lodge, which offers a pool and convivial bar. Massages can be arranged on request and guests have access to a fitness room. Meals are served under starlight as often as possible and may also be enjoyed away from camp in a candle-lit grove.
Relaxed, family atmosphere
Air-conditioned en suite chalets
Excellent Big 5 game viewing
Grand private suites available
The chalets are all decorated individually and also have baths, inside and outside showers, as well as private decks. Wi-fi is available, rooms have hairdryers and safes. These comfortable rooms offer a safe, cool haven between activities.
There are 3 gorgeous suites, The 2 Makubela suites and the Leadwood suite. All feature spacious rooms and decks leading to private pools.
Each room has its own well stocked mini bar, baths, inside and revitalising outside showers, hairdryer, safe and wi-fi.
Guests can request their choice of mini bar drinks, which we will arrange with pleasure.
Be aware that elephants frequently come close to the pools of the Makubela suites, but what an incredible sight to see!