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Savanna just keeps improving, when I thought it could not get any better. First time I have visited in May, just awesome. David and Lawrence were amazing with my family of 8, 6 of them first time visitors, treating us to the best animal viewing...More
As a returning visitor to Savanna, accompanied by another 6 first time fellow visitors to this most unique and exciting part of the South African bush, my previous experience was far surpassed not only by the recent accommodation enhancements, but by the friendly, accommodating and...More
I can't fault this Game Reserve, the extra attention to detail here is top notch! Your accommodation is without fault and you will need to ask for nothing. Everything is done to a high level, food, cleanliness, staff interaction, game drives with professionals that know...More
Not quite knowing what to expect, we were exceedingly surprised by so much!
The lodging was lovely — from the mosquito net draping around the bed,
to 2 cozy chairs looking out at the savanna and seeing an entire pack of elephants including babies, to...More
What an amazing experience! First game reserve I have ever been to having flown all the way from New Zealand. Everything about this lodge was 5 Star, from the management, Guides (especially Kevin), Trackers (especially Eddy), food, hospitality, service and gorgeous accommodation. It was an...More
Response from Marshmellogirl | Reviewed this property |
Hi. I have just come back from Savanna and took the advice from Neil a keen photographer and Savanna ranger and a 70-200 lenses is ideal. Most of the time you are close up to the animals and a long lens is not practical... More
Hi. I have just come back from Savanna and took the advice from Neil a keen photographer and Savanna ranger and a 70-200 lenses is ideal. Most of the time you are close up to the animals and a long lens is not practical. Ideally two bodies are perfect as never have time to change lenses when the action kicks off.
Have a great trip Savanna is my favourite game lodge. I can recommend Neil as he is a passionate photographer