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MalaMala Sable Camp is a smaller, more intimate version of MalaMala Camp and is ideal for those seeking a more private and secluded safari experience. MalaMala Sable Camp is situated at the southern end of MalaMala Camp in a prime elevated position overlooking the Sand River and surrounding bushveld.
Sable Camp can accommodate a maximum of 20 guests in 7 suites – some of which can accommodate 3 guests sharing. It may also be reserved exclusively for between 14 and 20 guests.
Imbued with the spirit of MalaMala, the Sable Camp is a more intimate version of MalaMala Camp and the choice for those seeking a more private and intimate safari. It is situated at the southern end of MalaMala Camp in a prime elevated position overlooking the Sand River and surrounding bushveld. It may also be reserved exclusively for between 10 & 18 guests. MalaMala Sable Camp shares some of the Main Camps facilities such as the boma, spa and curio shop areas.
6 luxurious, elegant suites accommodate a maximum of 2 guests each, and are complete with en-suite bathrooms, 24 hour temperature control, large walk in cupboards, mini bars (stocked with the beverage of preference on request), secure safes, and a private intimate wooden deck overlooking the panoramic view of the unfenced bush beyond.
MalaMala Game Reserve has plenty of thrilling safari activities on offer for a range of travellers, from those seeking a unique adventure, to children exploring the bush for the very first time. Guests can enjoy daily game drives in open Land Rovers, where they have the opportunity to view the Big 5, as well as a variety of other wildlife including giraffe, zebra, wildebeest and more. Photographic safaris are a popular activity, and with a dedicated photographic safari vehicle offering bean bags for camera stability, storage boxes for the equipment, under-seat lighting and a camera mount, guests are ensured a brilliant experience. Children’s activities include animal tracking (using spoor), a bush breakfast, special movie nights and basic survival skills training.