Sangasava is a newly built, exclusive lodge in the Greater Kruger National Park, an unfenced area of 3.6 million hectares. We, the owner family, are passionate about African wildlife and built our African dream based on the experience of visiting the Kruger Park for the past 25 years. Guests are now welcome to enjoy this beautiful place. The lodge will be booked out for one party at a time. It is exclusively yours.
Two old rock clad farm houses rebuilt into a safari lodge with high standard and atmosphere The lodge has a total capacity of up to 12 guests. There are bedrooms en suite, with double king sized beds, and 2 lounge sleeper couches for another 4 guests, i.e.. All bedrooms have air conditioner.
View overlooking an open field towards the Olifants river, 300m south of the lodge. Waterhole on the entrance side of the lodge with frequent wildlife activity.
Houses connected by a large wooden deck in a teak wood, with a plunge pool Chairs and coffee side table outside all bedrooms Rattan furniture and sun loungers.
The Sangasava lodge is fenced by metal wire that is electrified overnight, for protection of people and property at night against the wildlife. This is maintained by the local support staff on site.
The raised paved patio overlooks the Olifant’s river. Entertainment area with benches, cushions, worktops with water, fire place, shallow sit pool, solar powered lights and internet.
Sangasava is part of the 3.6 million hectares ’Big 5’ South African Greater Kruger National Park wildlife protection area.
Stay at the lodge and watch the Giraffe, Kudu, Zebra, Impala, Warthog passing by on the open field or visiting the water hole, the Elephants crossing the slowly meandering Olifants river. The birds in the trees at the river. Sit at the open fire and watch the African sunset. The quiet ambience with the sounds from the bush in the night, makes this an idyllic setting as therapy to rejuvenate your mind, body and soul. This is the main attraction of staying with us.
Sangasava is situated in a privately owned part of the Kruger Park wildlife area. It is a 1,5 hour drive to the National Parks Board Kruger Park (KNP), to the Phalaborwa or Orpen gates. Day drives into the KNP is likely to result in rewarding sights. For information and fees, see the National Parks Board web site.