Elephant Plains Game Lodge offers you comfortable and affordable style in the Sabi Sand Reserve, Kruger Park. Elephant Plains is a privately owned and operated game lodge within the Sabi Sand Game Reserve which shares an unfenced border with the Kruger National Park.
What Africa Uncovered says...
We regard Elephant Plains Game Lodge as one of the most reasonably priced game lodges in South Africa.
Elephant Plains Game Lodge offers comfortable style and affordable luxury. The lodge accommodates a maximum of 24 guests, which ensures personal service and a warm, friendly atmosphere. The lodge is situated on the banks of the Manyeleti River offering unforgettable views of sunrise and sunset across the plain. The pool deck overlooks the watering hole opposite the camp where animals come to drink daily. The main lodge houses the reception, dining room, bar/lounge, wine cellar, library and curio shop.
The lodge comprises six luxury suites, each with a lounge area and private deck with views of the riverbed. All luxury chalets feature air-conditioning, overhead fans, wood fires, mosquito nets and a safe. A further five original rondavels are set in a beautifully landscaped garden. All rooms have en suite bathrooms with shower, bath and air-conditioning. Adjacent to the swimming pool, the wooden deck offers spectacular views overlooking the waterhole and scenic plain. Meals are had in the open-air boma or thatched lapa, ensuring an unforgettable dining experience.
The Manyeleti Honeymoon Suite at Elephant Plains Game Lodge is the perfect retreat for honeymooners. The Honeymoon suite is glass fronted in a very private area at the end of the lodge and complete with plunge pool and outside daybed.
What our clients say
“The time we had at Elephant Plains was most definitely a trip highlight! We saw so many cool things - including a lion eating a giraffe, impalas signaling that a leopard was out marking territory, and loads of other animals."
Karolyn Pott - Canada
The 4-wheel drive vehicles enable the rangers to drive off-road and provide guests with up close game viewing and great photographic opportunities. The day starts with an early morning game drive, and then after breakfast a bush walk gives you the opportunity to learn about the smaller wonders of the veldt. During the afternoon game drive you will stop at a carefully selected venue to enjoy a sun-downer whilst watching the sun set over the awe-inspiring wilderness, before continuing on a night drive using spotlights to look for nocturnal animals.