Cheetah Plains

CHEETAH PLAINS

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.

The eight traditionally-thatched chalets & a bush cottage at Cheetah Plains melt into beautiful indigenous gardens, which in turn are surrounded by pristine African bushveld.Each chalet has either a double bed or two single beds, an en-suite shower, air-conditioning, mosquito net, and a verandah overlooking the gardens and the wild African bush.The Bush cottage has two bedrooms, comfortable lounge/kitchenette, a shower & bath with separate toilet, mosquito nets, air conditioning as well as a verandah overlooking the surrounding bushveld.

At Cheetah Plains, you’ll be blown away by the abundant wildlife and unparalleled game viewing. The famous 65 000ha Sabi Sand reserve is world renowned for the Big Five – leopard, elephant, black & white rhinoceros, cape buffalo, and lion – but at Cheetah Plains you’ll see so much more. Think leopard, hyena, cheetah, hippopotamus, impala, lions, jackals, zebras, giraffes, elephants, kudu … don’t forget the birds and flora as well!