Cheetah Plains

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At Cheetah Plains Private Game Reserve, expect all five senses to be overwhelmed by the African bushveld. At our lodge, bush buck roam among the chalets. You will hear the sound of animal calls at night: lion, wild dog, heyana and more can be heard calling out across the bushveld.

The main lodge is a common area where our guests are invited to put their feet up, browse the internet to get in touch with family and friends, have a cocktail or cup of coffee, and simply relax while surrounded by the sights and sounds of the African bushveld. 

The superbly kept swimming pool is just a footstep or two away, and it's hard to resist the invitation to take a dip and cool down. From the main lodge, you can also gaze out to our dam or towards a wetland where animals and birds come to drink.

The eight traditionally-thatched chalets at Cheetah Plains melt into beautiful indigenous gardens, which in turn are surrounded by pristine African bushveld. Exclusivity, privacy and comfort are our guarantees to you.

Cheetah Plains is one of the oldest bush camps in the Sabi Sand, where the emphasis is on offering guests traditional Safari values, comfortable accommodation, with great food, prepared around the campfire. An excellent game viewing on 8500 ha and friendly attentive staff will round our safari off.  The lodge only has eight chalets, which ensures an exclusive Safari experience. 

Cheetah Plains Private Reserve lies adjacent to the Kruger National Park, in the northwest corner of the Sabi Sand Game Reserve. There are no fences between the two reserves, allowing game to move freely between the two areas. Cheetah Plains has on its one boundary the Kruger National Park and on the other Mala Mala - perfect neighbours!  You are also guaranteed exclusivity – our private concession traversing rights dictate that only two commercial game vehicles at a time can traverse the individual areas, exclusivity at game sightings is the norm at Cheetah Plains.