Dulini Private Game Reserve forms part of the prestigious 50 000 hectare Sabie Sands Game Reserve, which falls within the world-renowned Kruger National Park. The rich biodiversity hosted by the pristine private reserve includes a myriad of Africa's wildlife along with the alluring Big Five: Leopard, Lion, Buffalo, Elephant and Rhino.
The beauty of Dulini Lodge lies in the exclusivity of its luxurious accommodation, embraced under a leafy canopy of Ebony Trees, six traditionally thatched suites grace the banks of the Mubarak River.
Each day offers an inspirational immersion in conservation and harmony. The vast knowledge and interpretive skills of your ranger and tracker who escort you in an open Land Rover, makes for an exceptional wildlife encounter. Bird-watching and dining under the ancient Jackal Tree, a brisk work out in the well-equipped gym, or simply relaxing in privacy beside the sparkling pool on the deck of your suite offer delightful diversions for those resistant to the seduction of the siesta.
The gift shop and an extensive library of natural history reference works further enhance the experience. Delicious bush cuisine is served under the canopy of stars in the traditional Boma where endless yarns of an exciting day are spun around the log fire.
Embraced in a leafy canopy of Ebony Trees, 6 traditionally thatched suites grace the banks of the Mabrak River. Each suite is individual in character ranging from the old world charm of the Classic Safari Suites; a marriage of African and colonial elegance in the African Heritage Suites; and ethnic tranquillity in the African Contemporary Suites. The subtle blend of pan-African art and the traditional safari theme, achieves an enchantingly eclectic style epitomizing the African Renaissance.
The lodge consists of six secluded cottages, which are shaded by a grove of Ebony trees. Each has its own viewing deck and private plunge pool. Dulini has a casual elegance and a warm African inspired decor.
Set out on an early morning game drive, accompanied by your expert guide, who will help you track the Big Five. After breakfast, a bush walk offers a great opportunity for bird watching and discovering the smaller animals. In the evening you can enjoy a delicious African inspired meal out under the Jackleberry tree.