Mala Mala Sable Camp in the Mala Mala Private Game Reserve lies between the Kruger National Park and the Sabi Sand Wildtuin, and due to the unfenced borders, animals are free to roam over a huge expanse of African bushveld. The game viewing is some of the best you will find in Africa, and the Big Five roam supreme.
Mala Mala Sable Camp
Mala Mala Sable Camp Deck
About Mala Mala Sable Camp
Mala Mala Private Game Reserve is South Africa’s first and largest “Big Five” private game reserve. Mala Mala Game Reserve is part of a gene pool that covers 5.5 million acres in the South African lowveld area. The game viewing is some of the best you will find in Africa, and the Big Five roam supreme. Accommodation is on a 5-star level and the staff are warm, welcoming and the service is impeccable. You honestly could not wish for a better safari experience!
Accommodation at Mala Mala Sable Camp
Mala Mala Sable Camp is a smaller, more intimate version of Main Camp and can accommodate 14 guests. Sable Camp can also be booked exclusively and cater for between 10 – 18 guests as family rooms are available and can provision for a third adult on request. The thatched suites are all individually decorated, extremely comfortable and with a view of the spectacular bush surrounding the Camp.
Mala Mala Sable Camp Room
Mala Mala Sable Camp Pool
Mala Mala Sable Camp Activities and Attractions
A large deck extends from the Main Lodge where you can sit in peace and watch the animals enjoying the Sand River – fantastic game viewing!
Relax in a large swimming pool built into the flood plain in front of the Camp.
Spa treatments are available on request
Enjoy twice daily game drives in an open vehicle with a qualified ranger, who will ensure that your safari experience is spectacular. Once the sun sets, nocturnal game viewing is made possible with the help of high powered spotlights.
Walking safaris with armed rangers and Shangaan trackers, stopping off along the way for a picnic in the middle of the bushveld can also be organised.
Dinner is served either in the dining room or around the candlelit Boma (al fresco) with a roaring fire under the African stars
Outstanding cuisine is pride of place and only the freshest ingredients are used.
A fully stocked wine cellar with a great selection of South African wines available.
The photographic opportunities are prolific, with many wildlife photographers from around the world visiting Mala Mala.
Birding of epic proportions for enthusiasts and ornithologists
Guests travelling via the Camp may be interested in Greatest Africa’s private wine tours in the exquisite Cape Region. Our exclusive tours are guided by boutique wine producer Richard Hilton, of Richard Hilton Vineyards, who is also the founder and MD of Greatest Africa.