Both Thornybush and Sabi Sand Nature Reserves share a fenceless border with the Kruger National Park. This makes us home to one of the most diverse concentrations of the indigenous game within Southern Africa.
With a steady stream of the Big Five roaming freely under the vast skies of the Greater Kruger Park, we’re able to give our guests consistent and thrilling sightings of these iconic animals on twice-daily game drives, guided bush walks or even from the comfort of your Greater Kruger Park safari lodge.
From giraffes and zebra, hippos, hyenas, wild dogs, antelope and hundreds of bird species, to name a few, the diversity of wildlife in this area is astounding. You’ll get close to them all with our expert guide-and-tracker teams, who have a deep understanding of the bush and an inherent knack for finding the action in our open-air safari vehicles.