Lower Sabie Rest Camp is situated on the banks of the Sabie River, one of the few perennial rivers to flow through the Kruger National Park. Visitors can relax and be soothed by the view towards the river and the Lebombo Mountains beyond!
Lower Sabie camp is one of our favorite camps in the south of the Kruger Park and has everything you need: petrol station, day visitors picnic area, swimming pool, emergency services and a fully stocked grocery and curio shop....
A cafeteria and Mugg & Bean restaurant with a stunning view over the Sabie River .....
The accommodation at Lower Sabie rest camp caters to a variety of guest requirements which range from; Keartland Guest House, family cottages, huts, bungalows, safari tents, campsites with power points and wheelchair-friendly accommodation.....
The Lower Sabie huts each have aircons, hand basin, some have either 1, 2 ,3 or 4 single beds, a fridge and braai area with table and chairs. Communal ablutions and kitchen are close to the huts.
the Lower Sabie bungalows each have two or three beds with en suite bathroom, air-conditioner, a fully equipped kitchenette, patio with table and chairs and a braai area.
Lower Sabie Safari tents don't all have a river view, but each have, en suite bathroom, fully equipped kitchenette and a wooden deck with braai facilities, table and chairs.
The river facing Safari tents are our favorite as they look over the fence onto the Sabie River and allow for good photography...
photograph from the comfort of your Safari tent deck...
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"...the majority of images are really impressive, each chosen for a practical reason, sometimes annotated to stress a point.
- Craig Rix, Editor,Travel Africa Magazine, UK
Or take a walk round camp and check the large Sycamore Fig Trees that provide shelter and food for the many animals, birds and reptiles....
The Lower Sabie area has a couple good spots that offer good photographic opportunities....like Sunset Dam for birding, Hippos and crocs, Mlondozi Dam and Nkumbe Viewpoint.
Lower Sabie rest camp offers a range of activities: guided game drives, guided walks and bush braais, just ask at reception when you check in or you can do self drives.
This area has always provided very good animal sightings such as lion, leopard, black rhino, elephant, buffalo (the big-five ) and also great bird sightings.
The camp location provides easy access to the famous 'southern circle', the most game-rich area in the Kruger Park. We have often seen the super-seven in this southern circle, sometimes in the same day!
Click here to download the May 2010 issue of the Kruger Park Times. Check page 21 for our article entitled The Southern Circle – Kruger’s Best-Kept Secret.
This page has been created to allow visitors to post their special stories and pictures for others to see.
The photographs should be taken from the camp or close to the camp area, such as Sunset Dam or the surrounding roads.
Visitors to this page can then comment on, discuss and rate each picture and story.
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Birdwatching in the rain.
The rain hampered game viewing on the weekend of 11th March but there is plenty more to experience. Vultures squabbling over the last scraps of a carcass …
Sunset dam never disappoints
We are amazed at how many people rush out of Lower Sabie each morning heading in all directions but very few stop off at Sunset Dam. Maybe it's the name …
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