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Every Ulusaba experience is different and no one knows that better than our guests that keep coming back.
You'll never forget the moment you land at our private airstrip and are greeted by your Ranger and Tracker, welcomed with bubbles and whisked off to make yourself at home in the South African bush. Find out what keeps Jeff and Sally coming back to visit us as they gear up for their sixth visit in 2016.
Ulusaba has a real family atmosphere and two great lodges that provide such diverse experiences: stunning views at Rock Lodge, life amongst the animals at Safari Lodge and game drives that provide so many memorable sightings of the big 5 and much more. The staff are wonderful and will do anything to enhance your stay.
Ulusaba is like coming home to us. From our very first visit in 2005 we've always felt relaxed and made to feel special. The rooms are excellent and the little touches make all the difference. We got married there in 2012 and the whole experience was magical we even had buffalo join the congregation! General Managers Karl and Llané and the team did a fantastic job making the day something we will never forget.
The leopard sightings have been especially memorable. On our first trip in 2005, we had many sightings of Makwela (a leopard that 'adopted' the area near Ulusaba), and since then we have enjoyed following the progress of her offspring. We were there in March 2012 to see the demise of the Mapogo Coalition in Sabi Sands which culminated with the killing of Mr T by the Southern Males. Very gruesome but that's nature at its best.
Stay at both lodges for a different perspective and explore everything that Ulusaba offers, from the walking safaris to exploring the Treehouse Suite at Safari Lodge, and the community visit is a must.
Ulusaba: Introducing our new Safari Suite
Ulusaba branches out for Arbor Month
Food Friday: Ostrich Fillet with Biltong
Ulusaba: The Masungulo Preschool
Ulusaba: Shining a light on elephant conservation
Ulusaba: An epic week at work by Trevor Savage
Ulusaba: Ntseveni School Construction Project
Ulusaba: Community spirit
Ulusaba: Rhino Warriors
Ulusaba: Have you heard this tweet?