It is claimed that the Sabi Sands game reserve in South Africa is the most exclusive private game reserve which offers and will give you the best and unbeatable experience. Imagine the Sabi and the Sands, two perennial rivers which flow through this park that sustain the diversified flora and fauna in the place. This condition provided one of the most bio-diverse and highest wildlife populations in Africa.
There are two exclusive lodges offered by the Lion Sands Game Reserve, and these are the River Lodge and the Ivory Lodge, which are both located right on the banks of the Sabi River. This location will give you an opportunity to watch game to drink all the day through. These game lodges have a daily program of allowing you to really unwind and relax in both comfort and luxury, and at the same time giving you the thought that you are surrounded by game. click link
Generally, the game reserve starts with an early morning wake-up call before dawn. After having a quick cup of your coffee and biscuit or fruit, you are off to a 3 or 4 hour game drive where you will get the opportunity to spot a wide variety of game species. Afterwards, you return to your lodge with an awesome tasty breakfast waiting for you. You can either make use of a spa and a full body massage, or sleep in comfort in your luxury room or try taking a nap on a hammock that overlooks the river. You can opt also to take a bush walk with a qualified ranger.
A sumptuous lunch will be served, of which you can relax more, read a book or chat to the game rangers about their bush experiences. Offered also is a river tour which will get you closer to the edge of the river and to the large pools where hippos made their territory. Big Nile crocodiles would come into view also as you cruise the river. Just before the afternoon game drive, you will be served with tea. click more
Your game drive will start after sunset and all through the evening, where you will have the opportunity to see the nocturnal animals like the ant bear, pangolin, different owls, bush babies and brown hyenas. During the game drives, there is the game tracker who sits in front of the vehicle with a spot light. During winter, these drives can be chilly so keep yourself warm using the blankets offered by the lodge plus your own thick jackets, scarves, gloves and woollen hat. The lodge will provide a special bush dinner in the evening. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Game_reserve