Thatched with savannah grass, lantern-lit Sabi Sabi Selati Camp provides old-school luxury. Decanters of sherry, hot-water bottles and impeccable service pay nostalgic homage to yesteryear’s safaris.
Although there isn’t a television in sight, a digital detox is not compulsory. If you really have to stay in touch with the 21st century, the wi-fi is flawless. Selati, once a family’s game lodge, sits in the private Sabi Sabi Game Reserve adjoining the Kruger National Park.
Just seven Tsonga house-style suites, shaded by jackalberry trees, make up this intimate lodge. Pretty purple kalanchoe line the pathway to each detached suite. Six of the seven lodges are named after stations on the gold-hauling Selati railway line built in the late 19th
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