Sabi Sabi and Federal Air Partner on Fly-In Safari Packages
PHOTO: Sabi Sabi is a game-rich private reserve that extends from Kruger National Park. (Photo by David Cogswell)
A new partnership arrangement between Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve, adjacent to Kruger National Park in South Africa, and Federal Air will enable potential guests to fly all the way from the U.S. to the game reserve.
Sabi Sabi partnered with Federal Air to operate two scheduled flights per day from O.R. Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg to Sabi Sabi’s air strip.
The company is offering fly-in packages for its four camps in the reserve. Sabi Sabi has four separate lodges, each with a different character, including Selati Camp, with a traditional, historical feeling; Bush Lodge and Little Bush Camp, which are more contemporary; and Earth, the most modern style of the camps.
Sabi Sabi guests can use a departure lounge at O.R. Tambo and take a complimentary shuttle from the main terminal at O.R. Tambo to the Federal Air terminal a few minutes' drive away.
South African Airways offers flights into O.R. Tambo airport from New York's JFK Airport and from Dulles Airport in Washington, D.C.
The fly-in packages include the Federal Air flight and a three-night stay at any of the Sabi Sabi lodges, including two game drives per day with a ranger and game tracker, all meals and local drinks and afternoon tea.
The packages are valid Jan. 11-Dec. 19, 2016. Prices range from $2,141 to $5,949.
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