Sable Mountain Lodge


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Sable Mountain Lodge is an unusual lodge set in a wooded hillside location just outside the Selous Game Reserve.

There are 4 tented bandas including 2 honeymoon suites set on raised wooden platforms in a secluded part of the camp and overlooking a beautiful wooded gorge. Then there are a further 9 stone bandas scattered over the hillside and offering wonderful views. All tented and stone bandas have en-suite facilities and private verandas.

Sable Mountain Lodge has two restaurants depending in which part of the camp you are staying, both offering excellent international cuisine and a well stocked bar area.  A natural spring water swimming pool offers a chance to relax and cool down when it gets too hot for game drives.  There is also a tree house which overlooks a watering hole and from here you can watch the animals which come to drink.  In the months of November/December you may also be lucky enough to see the rare sable antelope here.

Full and half day game drives are available in comfortable 4x4 safari vehicles and a boat safari can be included on the full day game drive if guests wish.  Also on offer are walking safaris setting off very early in the morning in order to avoid the heat.

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