The Dulini River Lodge nestles along the banks of the Mabrak River within the Sabi Sand Game Reserve adjacent to the Kruger National Park in South Africa's Mpumalanga province. Situated in one of South Africa's finest game viewing destinations, the reserve offers a great safari experience.
The main lodge itself offers guests a welcoming environment where an inviting lounge area with comfy couches, a library and a private viewing deck awaits. The viewing deck at Dulini provides guests with a perfect location from where to observe passing wildlife.
Guests will also find the lodge's gym and curio shop in the main lodge area. The gym offers just the right equipment to keep the holiday baggage away and the shop is perfect for those holiday souvenirs and gifts for the family back home.
The lodge features six luxurious and spacious suites which are situated right on the river's edge. The suites offer beautiful river views and large en-suite bathrooms. The suites, in which Internet access is available, have all been designed to offer guests intimate and elegant surroundings and provide their very own private plunge pools.
Dining at the reserve occurs in the lodge's open-air boma. Meals at the boma are served around a large roaring fire under a starry night sky. As all the guests dine together the boma provides a great environment in which to get to know the other guests at the lodge and talk about your experiences.
The thrilling game drives at the reserve are a once in a lifetime experience. Guests are driven through the untamed African bush by trained and passionate trackers and guides, where they get to view some of the most spectacular and beautiful wildlife Africa has to offer. Game drives are never the same as the trackers and guides change their routes to where the most animal activity is happening on that day.
To ensure that guests have the best safari experience, the guides keep in regular contact to alert each other on where animals can be spotted and what areas are the best to visit. When visiting the Sabi Sands Reserve guests have the opportunity to view games such as elephants, lions, leopards, cheetahs, rhinos, buffaloes and the ever-popular zebra to name but a few animal species. The reserve is also rich in birdlife for avid bird watchers.