Located in the famous Sabi Sand Reserve, Jaci’s Sabi House is an exclusive and rather spectacular bushveld villa.
Accommodating a maximum of six guests at once, Jaci’s Sabi House is comprised of a locally designed Main Lodge House, separate Guest Cottage, private swimming pool, fire pit, and landscaped indigenous garden, alongside an excellent team including a private chef and field guide.
Food and service
Part of Jaci’s Sabi House’s charm is the total freedom guests have over their day. Itineraries are totally at the discretion of visitors. The South African inspired food is fresh and absolutely divine, and dietary requirements are no problem for the attentive chefs. The service, across the board, is top notch.
The Main Lodge House’s master bedroom comes with a king-sized bed and en suite bathroom, the latter including a bath, shower, toilet and hand basin. The House also has a large patio, swimming pool, and stylish open plan kitchen/bar. The Guest Cottage, characterised by hues of lime and wooden furniture, offers similar amenities, although it has two individual twin bedrooms instead of the House’s master bedroom. Please note that both accommodations have air conditioning and Wi-Fi.
Established in 1948, the 65,000 Sabi Sand Reserve has ample opportunities for wildlife viewing. Guests can expect to see leopard, rhino, elephant, cheetah, zebra, and giraffe. A staggering 500 bird species have been noted in the reserve, making birdwatching an absolute must.
Every lodge in the Sabi Sand area, including Jaci’s Sabi House, is actively involved in environmental stewardship, including monitoring endangered wildlife, anti-poaching control, and fighting land erosion.
The House is designed using locally produced fabric, furnishings, and crafts, helping to stimulate and support the local economy.