No questions asked most surreal bush spa experience
Award Winning, Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve, and the ultimate “Bush Spa Experience” launches a new three-night Amani Spa break for February 2018 to help guests rebalance in the tranquil Bushveld!
Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve features two beautiful Amani Spas at their Earth Lodge and Bush Lodge, with a full range of treatments and therapies available to safari guests. The spas complement their ethos of creating a space at one with nature, where all things exist in harmony; and makes use of natural elements and textures in its design and décor. They are run by Amani African Spas, who specialise in safari spa experiences.
Amani means ‘Peace’ in Ki-Swahili, and the spas reflect this throughout each treatment – from the calming ambience to the highly trained therapists; from the beautiful lodge environment to the luxurious pampering within.
And, it is Amani’s philosophy “to create the ultimate African Bush Spa experience that is pampering, unique and memorable, by creating an enchanting ambience of absolute tranquility that connects the soul of Africa with its natural elements & textures”. Visitors can enjoy a holistic 90-minute body ritual using Amani Spa’s signature coconut massage balm and a revitalising mini facial, bringing balance to the body, mind and soul.
Further to this sense of escapism on twice-daily game-drives guests will feel at one with the environment, in tune with the landscape and witness spectacular wildlife sightings. And, indulge in the finest cuisine, combining contemporary flavours with African soul.
The treatment settings are breathtaking – gorgeously styled suites set against the unending panorama of the Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve reserve; and the lodges’ 5-Star luxury pervades every aspect of the spas. Sessions are tailored to individual needs, and a popular option is a ‘couple’s package’ where couples enjoy treatments simultaneously in a special suite.
At Earth Lodge, the spa design mirrors that of the lodge, with treatment suites sculpted into the earth and natural fabrics and textures creating a perfect atmosphere for relaxing and restoring nature’s balance. The Pango Room (‘Cave’ in Ki-Swahili) is a highlight for guests – a cave-like suite for ‘rasul’ – a cleansing thermal mud treatment. The suite is tiled to resemble a warm, embracing cave and has two heated seats, gentle lighting and steam and shower jets.
All Bush Lodge treatment suites have beautiful views onto the bush, and there is an outdoor bath, shower and treatment area which is guaranteed to delight spa visitors.
Enhancing the philosophy of healing and well-being are the products used – ‘Lillian Terry’ aromatherapy oils are gentle kneaded into strained and stressed muscles, while ‘Team Dr. Joseph’, an imported Italian product made from wild foraged ingredients, combine nature and technology for rejuvenating facial treatments. ‘Matsimela’, a fragrance-free local range ensures an all-natural, holistic indulgence.
Relaxing, rejuvenating and restoring – that’s the promise from Amani Spas at Sabi Sabi.
Most surreal bush spa experience details:
A three-night Amani Spa Break at Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve starts from 40,500 ZAR (approx. £2,265) per person based on two sharing. Valid for travel in February 2018. This includes accommodation, morning and evening open vehicle safaris, environmental awareness walking safari, all meals, selected beverages, VAT, an Amani Spa 90-minute Kurhula Full Body spa treatment and an Amani spa gift. To book and for more information visit www.sabisabi.com
- Sabi Sabi’s conservation philosophy is of the belief that the business must be a true example of eco-tourism effectively linking tourism with conservation and the community.
- For over 20 years, Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve has been an award winning tourism provider Awards
- Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge currently has a 5 star Tripadvisor rating from over 300 reviews.
- Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge currently has a 5 star Tripadvisor rating from over 500 reviews
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