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About Sabi Sand Wildtuin

"On earth there is no heaven, but there are pieces of it."

Jules Renard

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Lodges

"In order to succeed, we must first believe that we can."

Nikos Kazantzakis

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Conservation

"Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better."

- Albert Einstein

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The Official Website of the Sabi Sand Wildtuin

The objective of Reserve Management is to promote and conserve indigenous wildlife, fauna and flora within the Sabi Sand Wildtuin and to preserve this area as a wildlife sanctuary.

We aim to create a united legacy of sustainable conservation.

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The integrity of South Africa’s protected areas is important not only to preserve some of the most diverse habitats and ecosystems on earth but also to secure this legacy for future generations.

In many rural areas in South Africa, wildlife tourism is the most significant contributor to the local economy. In almost all cases, the economic activities associated with wildlife outperform other rural land uses.  If neighbouring communities are included in the value chain as partners it creates the opportunity for them to embrace their role as custodians of our protected areas.

Community

CONNECTING WITH COMMUNITIES SSW

The Sabi Sand Wildtuin is neighbour to over 11 different villages. These communities are well supported by the Sabi Sand through various NGOs within its boundaries.

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Conservation

CONSERVATION PROJECTS

Throughout the history of the Sabi Sand Wildtuin, there has been a passion for reintroducing species to the reserve. Reintroduction of game began back in the 1940s, with species such as white rhinoceros, zebra, blue wildebeest and reedbuck.

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GUEST CONSERVATION CONTRIBUTION

See how you contribute when visiting the reserve – Guest Conservation Contribution

Saving Rhino

Saving Rhino

Sabi Sand has committed to being a lighthouse for conservation in Africa. Part of this commitment is to create a sanctuary for species that are at risk. The reserve has implemented an intensive wildlife protection programme over the last four years and we are continually building on this work.

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