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One of the most popular ways to experience Ulusaba is to split your stay between Rock Lodge and Safari Lodge it's like a holiday within a holiday. With two distinct locations, both offer a different perspective on the African bush. Wake up and watch the hippos from your bed at Safari Lodge and take in the views over the Drakensberg Mountains from Rock Lodge.
What's the difference?
The view Rock Lodge
There's something special about watching the morning sun peak above the horizon and at Rock Lodge you get to take in the full beauty. What a way to start the day and all before your game drive has even started. Rock Lodge has the best view in the Sabi Sand, and we promise we're not biased! Perched high on the summit of a koppie, with panoramic views over miles of bush, grab a pair of binoculars to see what you can spot. You won't have long to wait before a giraffe or wildebeest wanders into view. Within Rock Lodge is Cliff Lodge, a two bedroom suite perfect for some added privacy. Both Rock and Cliff Lodge are ideal for families with children of all ages who are welcome to join our Cub's Club.
The bush Safari Lodge
At Safari Lodge you're in the middle of the bush and so close to nature that you're likely to see animals from your bedroom window. You'll love the sense of adventure as you access some of the rooms by swing bridges. Breakfast and lunch are served on the Safari Lodge deck where elephants often come to cool down in the nearby watering hole. For some pre-afternoon game drive excitement take a cold drink and stroll to the Treehouse deck to watch the 20 or so hippos that call Xikwenga Dam home.
Don't take our word for it? Check out what our guests have to say about our lodges on Trip Advisor. Rock Lodge here and Safari Lodge here.
If you have a question about one of our lodges chat to our reservations team +27 (0) 11 325 4405 email@example.com
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