Exeter River Lodge, Sabi Sands

Tucked away in a quiet corner of the Sabi Sand Game Reserves western sector, River Lodge sits in the shade of a grove of ebony trees right on the edge of the Sand River.

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About Exeter River Lodge

Exeter River Lodge is nestled under a canopy of ebony trees and overlooks the Sand River in the Sabi Sand Private Reserve. 8 individually designed and decorated luxurious suites have splendid river views in one of the wildest parts of the African savanna. Herds of elephant and hippos are often seen from the comfort of the camp.

Exeter River Lodge is a truly luxurious African safari experience. In the main area of the lodge, teak furniture, deep sofas, covered in the finest linens and ornaments originating from the furthest corners of Africa create a welcoming and relaxed ambience. Magnificently positioned lounges and dining areas overlook the Sand River and compliment the finest cuisine.

Activites on offer at the lodge include photographic and walking safaris, as well as game drives to spot the Big 5 which inhabit in the area. If you are feeling energetic there is an open-air gym overlooking the river, for a unique work-out. There is also safari bar, fully stocked with a range of international beverages, and a curio shop.

Accommodation at Exter River Lodge comprises 8 sumptuous suites with splendid river views and which come complete with private plunge pools, en-suite bathrooms, indoor and outdoor showers, as well as breathtaking views of the Sand River, which teems with wildlife. Air-conditioning, heating, a mini-bar, telephone, a full range of guest amenities such as shampoo, bath oil and body lotions are included, as are hair-driers, bathrobes and insect repellent. All doors and windows have insect-proof screens. Room service is available.

The cuisine at Exeter River lodge, accompanied by the finest selection of wines, lends itself to an experience as exciting as any game drive. Sumptuous, suiting all culinary tastes, it can be enjoyed in an open-air boma, the dining room or even out in the bush.