Sabi Sabi’s exclusive Selati Camp in South Africa’s Sabi Sand Reserve comprises a handful of thatched luxury suites, each beautifully designed and furnished in celebration of the grand old steam train era around the Selati Line, built to transport gold to Lourenco Marques in Mozambique (now known as Maputo).

The camp, an ideal refuge for nature lovers, exudes a sense of history, old-world charm and romance, perhaps felt at its strongest in The Lourenco Marques Honeymoon Suite — a must for newlyweds, anniversaries and other celebrations. Sophisticated and luxurious, this splendidly upgraded suite with its modern-day comforts and opulence, is breathtakingly beautiful.

Antique artefacts and authentic memorabilia — sourced from railway museums and antique stores — beautifully complement the custom made dcor, with natural elements such as wood, thatch, stone and leather.

The billowing king-size bed of cool linen and rich fabric is draped from above with fine netting, creating a deliciously enclosed cocoon. Artfully made furniture instils interest in every direction. The large stone walled courtyard leads off the living area and is absolutely private, featuring an outdoor Victorian-style bath, where you can immerse yourself into soothing warm water — your only company the birds flitting around the enclosed bush garden. Cool off in complete safety and seclusion under the double al-fresco showers in the heat of the day, or experience the spray of warm water under the star-studded African sky in the dark of night.

Contact your preferred African wholesaler or Ynot Concepts for more information.

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