Sabie Game Park Mozambique’s story

Have you ever walked with of a herd of 500 or more Buffalo, or sat at a lake edge for a sundowner as a Bull Hippo shows off his pearly whites? Sabie Game Park is one of Southern Africa’s best-kept secrets today and is a prime safari destination, a colorful and cultivated tropical wildlife paradise.

Sabie Game Park makes you feel one with nature. You can watch a beautiful African sunset in the boma. Sabie's landscape comprises of relatively flat to undulating, low-lying grasslands with scattered trees and shrubs where the western boundary rises into the Lubombo Mountains providing magnificent sites for lodge developments with breathtaking panoramas of game-rich plains and beautiful dams where sunsets create a tropical ambience.
Average daily temperatures for mid-summer is around 30 C, maximum mid-winter temperatures around 23 C. Average rainfall of 750mm and heavy tropical storms create spectacular cloud formations and mornings are cold in winter. The hearty cuisine of the kitchen staff will make you feel at home while you listen to the sounds of nature and watch a starlit evening sky.

Sabie Game Park obtained 28 000 hectare of unspoiled bushveld adjoining the eastern border of the Kruger National Park in  the year 2000.

Sabie Game Park was proud to be show cased at the 10th World Wilderness Conference in Spain in October 2013, for pro active community and social involvement with wildlife in Mozambique.

Sabie Game Park is part of the Lubombo Transfrontier Conservation Area which was born out of the Peace Park Foundation’s vision to establish a network of transfrontier conservation areas in southern Africa. The agreement on the Lubombo Transfrontier Conservation Area (TFCA) was signed on 22 June 2000 in Durban at the World Economic Summit by the ministers responsible for the environment in the three countries.

Nowhere on this earth have such a rich abundance of fauna and flora as Southern Africa - and so many places where you can see and enjoy it.

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