PhonePics

At Sabi Sabi our lodges are ideally located to allow for the safari experience to be available all day and not just limited to when on a vehicle and “out in the bush”. We get amazing sightings at the lodges and these PhonePics will allow us to share some of our exciting experiences with you.
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Happening now:  Warthog Wallow and Tortilis quenched their thirst at the private pool at the Mandleve Presidential Suite at Bush Lodge after feeding on a kill nearby. PhonePic by the Donadio family.

Happening now: Warthog Wallow and Tortilis quenched their thirst at the private pool at the Mandleve Presidential Suite at Bush Lodge after feeding on a kill nearby. PhonePic by the Donadio family.

In camp now!! A return visit from one of our VIP Guests at Selati Camp!  PhonePic by Eve Wood-Hill

In camp now! A return visit from one of our VIP Guests at Selati Camp! PhonePic by Eve Wood-Hill

A male elephant enjoys a drink from the pool at Selati Camp! - PhonePic by Craig Reiche

Photographic and Video galleries as experienced through the eyes of the Sabi Sabi game rangers.

A relaxed and curious elephant bull approaches our vehicle and carries on feeding. Photo by Louise Barlow

A relaxed and curious elephant bull approaches our vehicle and carries on feeding. Photo by Louise Barlow

Happening now! A surprise Bloody Mary Stop awaits Earth Lodge guests on safari...and some thirsty buffalo...!   PhonePic by Nadia Schoeman.

Happening now! A surprise Bloody Mary Stop awaits Earth Lodge guests on safari.and some thirsty buffalo. PhonePic by Nadia Schoeman.

A magnificent elephant enjoys a drink at a waterhole in the late afternoon. PhonePic by Jenna de Gouveia

A magnificent elephant enjoys a drink at a waterhole in the late afternoon. PhonePic by Jenna de Gouveia

Being an unfenced lodge, guests at Selati Camp never know what’s around the next corner… or for the Pothier’s, behind the curtain!! Elephants enjoy a drink of water from the private pool at the Ivory Presidential Suite! PhonePic by Courtney Dalziel

Being an unfenced lodge, guests at Selati Camp never know what’s around the next corner… or for the Pothier’s, behind the curtain! Elephants enjoy a drink of water from the private pool at the Ivory Presidential Suite! PhonePic by Courtney Dalziel

A large elephant bull walks along the path at Earth Lodge! What a great sight to see first thing in the morning! Photo by Marcus Hack

A large elephant bull walks along the path at Earth Lodge! What a great sight to see first thing in the morning! Photo by Marcus Hack

Happening now!! The beauty of a lodge that blends in with nature, nature blends in... PhonePic by Stefan Schoeman

Happening now! The beauty of a lodge that blends in with nature, nature blends in. PhonePic by Stefan Schoeman

A recent guest shared her view of the Earth Lodge luxury suites describing it as a patch of paradise in true wilderness… Image taken by Carmen Nieuwenhuizen using her iPhone6.

A recent guest shared her view of the Earth Lodge luxury suites describing it as a patch of paradise in true wilderness… Image taken by Carmen Nieuwenhuizen using her

Two of the Sand River males were found scent marking in the south of the reserve this morning.

Two of the Sand River males were found scent marking in the south of the reserve this morning.

Two of the Sand River males were found scent marking in the south of the reserve this morning.

Two of the Sand River males were found scent marking in the south of the reserve this morning.

Two of the Sand River males were found scent marking in the south of the reserve this morning.

Two of the Sand River males were found scent marking in the south of the reserve this morning.

Two of the Sand River males were found scent marking in the south of the reserve this morning.

Two of the Sand River males were found scent marking in the south of the reserve this morning.

Selati Camp boma looks spectacular and ready to welcome guests back from safari for dinner! PhonePic by Matthew Dyson

Selati Camp boma looks spectacular and ready to welcome guests back from safari for dinner! PhonePic by Matthew Dyson

A herd of approximately 150 elephants enjoyed a drink at the pan in front of Bush Lodge. PhonePic by Rod Wyndham

A herd of approximately 150 elephants enjoyed a drink at the pan in front of Bush Lodge. PhonePic by Rod Wyndham

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