Tuesday, April 6, 2010


SOUTH AFRICA (03/2010) Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve is welcoming single travelers by waiving the supplement charge for the first two singles of any booking.

Previously, single travelers had to pay an additional 50% of the rate to stay at Sabi Sabi on their own. The new format, applicable to all prices and packages (excepting June and July 2010 and December 20th, 2010 to January 5th, 2011) offers great saving to single guests. As Marketing Director Jacques Smit stated, “We have noticed a growing demand in single requests and would like to assist in these requests without discounting our rates. I do believe that this will be of great value and be very well received.”

In addition, Sabi Sabi is bringing back the 16th guest free policy. For every group of 15 guests, the 16th guest will stay free in a twin sharing suite. For groups of 31, complimentary stays in a twin sharing room will be extended to two guests. There is a maximum of 2 free guests per group.

Located near Kruger National Park, Sabi Sabi offers a classic bush experience with four five-star lodges following the philosophy of “Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow”. Guests can return to “Yesterday” while staying at the romantic Selati Camp that echoes of a vintage colonial era. “Today” may be found at the more contemporary Bush Lodge and Little Bush Camp with their familiar comforts. The Earth Lodge defines the style of an eco-friendly “Tomorrow,” where the architecture is escavated into a slope in the earth and dramatically merges with the surrounding landscape.

Suites at Sabi Sabi begin at $622 per person per night, all inclusive. The price includes all accommodation, breakfast, lunch and traditional “boma” dinner, all South African house wines, other select beverages, open Land Rover safaris by day and night accompanied by qualified rangers and Shangaan trackers and VAT.

For more information or to book, please visit the website at www.sabisabi.com, call (800) 524 7979 or email res@sabisabi.com.

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