Dulini Lodge | Sabi Sand Game Reserve

Dulini Lodge forms part of the prestigious 65,000 hectare Sabi Sands Game Reserve, which falls within the world renowned Greater Kruger National Park. The rich game-viewing bushveld is home to a myriad of Africa’s wildlife including the alluring Big 5 – leopard, lion, buffalo, elephant and rhino.

Morning and afternoon game drives on open Land Rovers provide unrivalled game viewing in the company of highly skilled rangers and Shangaan trackers, whose vast knowledge and interpretive skills make for an exceptional and unforgettable safari experience.

Early morning game drives start at dawn before returning to the camp for a well earned breakfast.

A brisk work out in the well-equipped gym offers a diversion for those resistant to the seduction of a siesta in-between game drives.

Afternoon game drives offer the opportunity to appreciate the African sunset at a sundowner stop, after which the nocturnal adventure continues.

The 6 luxurious thatched suites all grace the banks of the Mabrak River. Each has indoor and outdoor showers, their own private deck and a private pool.

Delicious evening meals are served either under the stars in the boma or in the lovely dining area.

As one of only 12 guests, Dulini’s staff can ensure that each guest fulfils their romantic dream of a dream safari in the African bush.

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Our standard rates for a Suite
1 January 2020 to 31 December 2020 GBP 801 USD 1,009 ZAR 16,414 EUR 881 per person sharing Standard Rate (1-5) 1 to 5 nights
1 January 2020 to 31 December 2020 GBP 801 USD 1,009 ZAR 16,414 EUR 881 per person sharing Stay Pay (6/5) 6+ nights
1 January 2021 to 31 May 2021 GBP 801 USD 1,009 ZAR 16,414 EUR 881 per person sharing Standard Rate (1-5) 1 to 5 nights
1 January 2021 to 31 May 2021 GBP 801 USD 1,009 ZAR 16,414 EUR 881 per person sharing Stay Pay (6/5) 6+ nights
1 June 2021 to 31 December 2021 GBP 872 USD 1,098 ZAR 17,870 EUR 959 per person sharing Standard Rate (1-5) 1 to 5 nights
1 June 2021 to 31 December 2021 GBP 872 USD 1,098 ZAR 17,870 EUR 959 per person sharing Stay Pay (6/5) 6+ nights

Prices are on a per person sharing basis (pps).

Special offers for longer stays or when booked as part of a longer itinerary may apply – details on request.

In addition to the room rate, guests will also be charged the Sabi Sand Guest Contribution (pppn)
1 January 2019 to 31 December 2020 GBP 7 USD 8 ZAR 138 EUR 7 per person per night Standard 1+ nights
1 January 2021 to 31 December 2021 GBP 8 USD 10 ZAR 155 EUR 8 per person per night Standard 1+ nights

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Rates Include

All meals; soft drinks, tea/coffee, house wines, local brand spirits and beers, bottled water; 2 scheduled shared game drives daily; interactive bush walks; the Guest Conservation Contribution; and a laundry service are included.

IN ADDITION: For self-drive visitors, there is a R140 per person and a R310 per vehicle entrance fee, payable in cash at the entrance gate (subject to change).

Children Policy

Children aged 8 years and older are welcome. Rates available on request.

Directions For Drivers

From Hazyview (R40/R536 Junction): Proceed through Hazyview until you reach a set of traffic lights with a shopping centre/mall on the corner. Turn here – the road is signposted to the Kruger Gate/R536.

Once on the R536, continue along this road for approximately 34.5 km and on the left-hand side of the road, you will see lodge signboards for various lodges including Inyati, Idube and Savanna. Turn left here onto the sand road (if the MalaMala, Sabi Sabi and Londolozi signs are reached, or the Kruger Gate itself, you have gone too far and must turn back).

Once you have turned onto the sand road you will go through a cattle control gate. From this point the way is well signposted with the lodge signboards. The sand road has potholes and also goes past some villages, so please drive carefully. There is approximately 12 km of sand road, after which you will arrive at the Newington Gate entrance of the Sabi Sand Game Reserve.

From the Kruger Mpumalanga/Nelspruit International Airport: Turn right out of the airport onto the R538 and follow the signs to White River (Witrivier). Continue for approximately 12 km, until you reach the first set of traffic lights in White River, with the mosque on your left. Turn right and travel towards Hazyview on the R40. After approximately 45 km, you will go down a steep hill towards a T-junction. Turn left, staying on the R40. Proceed through Hazyview until you reach a set of traffic lights with a shopping centre/mall on the corner. Turn right here – the road is signposted to the Kruger Gate/R536. Once on the R536, follow the directions as above from Hazyview (R40/R536 Junction).

From Johannesburg/Pretoria: Take the N12 or N4 highway respectively to Witbank/eMalahleni (from Johannesburg Airport, follow signs to Boksburg to find the N12). Follow the N4 highway past Middleburg (Toll Plaza), Belfast/eMakhazeni and Machadodorp (Toll Plaza). Keep on the N4 until you reach Nelspruit, where you will turn left onto the R40 to White River. In White River, at the first set of traffic lights in the town itself, turn left, following signs to Hazyview and Wildtuin/Kruger National Park. At the next set of traffic lights, turn right. Cross over the next set of traffic lights and then at the final set, with a Caltex garage on your right, turn left on the R40 for Hazyview (the R538, via the Numbi Gate, is a busy road and not recommended). After approximately 45 km, you will go down a steep hill towards a T-junction. Turn left, staying on the R40. Proceed through Hazyview until you reach a set of traffic lights with a shopping centre/mall on the corner. Turn here – the road is signposted to the Kruger Gate/R536. Once on the R536, follow the directions as above from Hazyview (R40/R536 Junction).

From Johannesburg/Pretoria via Scenic Route: Take the N12 or N4 highway to Witbank/eMalahleni (from Johannesburg Airport, follow signs to Boksburg to find the N12). Follow the N4 highway past Middleburg (Toll Plaza), Belfast/eMakhazeni and Machadodorp (Toll Plaza). Take the R36 to Lydenburg/Mashishing. In Lydenburg/Mashishing, follow the signs to Sabie over the Long Tom Pass (the highest tar road in South Africa). In Sabie, take the R536 to Hazyview. Just before Hazyview you will reach a T-junction. Turn right onto the R40 towards Hazyview. Proceed through Hazyview until you reach a set of traffic lights with a shopping centre/mall on the corner. Turn here – the road is signposted to the Kruger Gate/R536. Once on the R536, follow the directions as above from Hazyview (R40/R536 Junction).

From Hoedspruit Airport: Turn right out of the airport towards the R40. At the T-junction, turn left onto the R40 towards White River and Hazyview. Proceed on the R40 for approximately 88 km until you reach a set of traffic lights in Hazyview with a shopping centre/mall on the corner. Turn left here – the road is signposted to the Kruger Gate/R536.  Once on the R536, follow the directions as above from Hazyview (R40/R536 Junction).

From the Paul Kruger Gate: Go through the gate, and follow the R536 to Hazyview. Continue along this road and on the right-hand side of the road, you will see lodge signboards for various lodges including Inyati, Idube and Savanna. Turn right here onto the sand road. Once you have turned onto the sand road you will go through a cattle control gate. From this point the way is well signposted with the lodge signboards. The sand road has potholes and also goes past some villages, so please drive carefully. There is approximately 12 km of sand road, after which you will arrive at the Newington Gate entrance of the Sabi Sand Game Reserve.

ONCE AT THE NEWINGTON GATE: For self-drive visitors, there is a R140 per person and a R310 per vehicle entrance fee, payable in cash at the entrance gate (subject to change). Please retain your receipt as proof of entrance and have it stamped at your destination when you are leaving, which acts as your Exit Permit. Once inside the gate, follow the signs to the lodge through the reserve.

Do not get out of your car until you reach the lodge. You may see some wildlife on your way – if you do, slow down and maintain a good distance. Do not drive off-road in any circumstances.

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