The Sabi Sand
Leopard CountryView Gallery
The Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve is celebrated for its Big 5 but its attraction is apparent in every wild corner of the Greater Kruger National Park that it forms part of. The 65,000 hectares of wilderness attracts not only the leopard, lion, rhino, elephant and buffalo, but a total of 145 mammal species, including the more elusive names of the African bush, and over 500 bird species. It shares a 50 kilometre long unfenced border with the Kruger, ensuring that animals can roam freely between the two reserves.