Discover the Diverse Wildlife of Sabi Sand Game Reserve
Under a leafy canopy of ebony trees, six luxurious stone cottages grace the banks of the Mabrak River. As one of only 12 guests, you feel instantly at home in this quiet retreat, where classic interiors enfold guests in quiet style and elegance. Generous private plunge pools and shady decks look out onto the dry riverbed. Large, welcoming sofas and African sculptures fill the gracious guest areas. Dine under the ancient jackalberry tree where skilled chefs serve delicious meals or steal away for an intimate dinner in the well-stocked wine cellar.
Dulini Moya is located in the Sabi Sand Nature Reserve, a 65,000 hectare conservancy that shares a 50 kilometre unfenced boundary with the Kruger National Park. Each of the six luxury suites at Dulini Moya is decorated in a timeless blend of classic safari charm and indulgent comfort, offering a private haven of peace and serenity overlooking the Mabrak River. Floor-to-ceiling windows flood the suites with natural light and bushveld views, allowing you to enjoy this remarkable and picturesque Big Five wilderness, from the comfort of your suite.
Six exquisite thatched suites grace the river bank. The spacious accommodation with private, heated plunge pools and luxurious interiors, encapsulate romance, with canopies of mosquito nets and beautiful bathrooms. Each suite offers a, private view of the riverbed, seamlessly integrating the grandeur of nature and elegance of décor. Each suite includes a spacious lounge and airy bedroom, with a luxurious bathroom offering a shower and freestanding bath to savour the moment in. Throughout the suite, sliding doors open onto a wide private deck with a heated plunge pool and outdoor shower where you can enjoy the night sky and wild sounds of nature’s ampitheatre around you.
Twice-daily game drives led by experienced guides and trackers explore this remarkable Big Five wilderness. The Sabi Sand Nature Reserve is famous worldwide for its big cat sightings, but also supports large antelope herds and healthy populations of other rare predators. Thrilling bush walks are arranged daily for an immersive wilderness experience.
Breakfast and lunch are served in the shade of towering Ebony and Leadwood trees, at tables overlooking the Mabrak River, while dinners are an elegant affair enjoyed in our Dining Sala, or the romantic privacy of your suite. Traditional Boma dinners are celebrated under a canopy of stars. It is around the Boma fire that friendships are sealed and all African bush yarns are spun – grandiose tales of fearsome beasts and great escapes are always more memorable when shared around the camp fire.