Ulusaba Safari Lodge is located withing just a short distance from it's sister property Ulusaba Rock Lodge. Both are within the Ulusaba Private Game Reserve which sits in the western sector of the world famous Sabi Sand Game Reserve in north east South Africa.
The Sabi Sands is famed for being one of the very best places in the world for spotting the ‘Big Five’. At Ulasaba guests have unrestricted access with their rangers to over 13,500 hectares (about 33,000 acres) of pristine wilderness or Bushveld as it is locally known. The experienced and well informed Trackers and Guides love nothing more than sharing their incredible knowledge of the African bush. Ulusaba brings the high level of service you would expect from any of Richard Branson's properties, and adds it to one of natures most incredible shows.
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There are twice daily game drives included in all guest stays. In addition to this, guests can take game walks, stargaze in the Bush Observatory, indulge in a spa treatment, visit the gym, enjoy private dinners, make the most of the wine cellar and much more. Alternatively, guests can visit the local community (supported by Pride n’ Purpose Ulusaba’s charitable arm).
Children are taken seriously at Ulusaba. The ‘Ulusaba Cub’s Club’ invites kids or cubs, as we like to call them, of all ages to take part in the activities on offer at Rock Lodge. Children under 12 accommodated at Rock Lodge only and only those aged 6 or more can go out on game drives.
On arrival at Ulusaba, all Cubs are given a backpack full of goodies to keep them entertained and to help educate them about the African bush. Some of the activities include treasure hunts supervised by the Rangers where Cubs will learn about direction and map reading and familiarise themselves with the plants, trees, animals and their tracks. Following each completed task, badges will be awarded and framed by their very own home made wooden frame which they will make from the products found in the bush. For the more creative souls, various craft sessions can be arranged and for the Ray Mears types, survival instruction, such as finding water and bait for fishing can be taught.