Sabi Sands and Kruger Park share an unfenced border of 50km (31.25 miles) which allows for the free movement of game between the two areas. Sabi Sands Game Reserve is a sum of smaller parts with various freehold landowners.
There are a number of ways to access particular lodges within the reserve by road and air. In addition to the options below, private road transfers, charter hops and individual charter flights can be arranged to suit guest itineraries.
Enjoy easy access by air to the most luxurious game lodges and the most dramatic game viewing in Africa when you fly into the Sabi Sands Game Reserve, where all lodges are serviced by an airstrip.
One of the most convenient ways getting to Sabi Sands Game Reserve is via a scheduled flight. There are regular flights from Johannesburg and Cape Town to the Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport near Nelspruit and the Skukuza Airport inside the Kruger National Park. From the airport, a local road transfer is arranged. The road transfer to your safari lodge in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve turns into a mini-game drive, as you are sure to spot a variety of wildlife along the way.
Our consultants are experts in the area and know which flight and road transfers to arrange for you in order not to miss your first game drive on arrival day. We want to maximise your time on safari and minimise your time travelling.
The Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve has three entrance gates and each one serves different safari lodges. Please make sure you access the correct gate when travelling. When booking with Siyabona Africa we will ensure to provide you will the necessary information on how to get there and what entrance gate to use.