Sabi Sand Nature Reserve exists to protect, preserve and promote a remarkable part of the Greater Kruger National Park’s open ecosystem. We’re committed to the sustainable management of this pristine wilderness area between the Sabie and Sand Rivers, and to working with our community partners to create meaningful opportunities for self-realisation.
Thanks to our ongoing wildlife conservation work (including rigorous anti-poaching efforts), the Sabi Sand Nature Reserve has gained international renown for its collaborative approach to protecting endangered species and ensuring that this unspoiled area retains its unique character for many generations to come.
We believe that the Earth’s remaining wild places are essential to the wellbeing of the planet, and to the people and creatures that share it. Through continued engagement, we’ve learned a great deal about the importance of the Sabi Sand ecosystem. The understanding that we’ve gained drives our passion for protecting and conserving it now and into the future.
We’re confident that we can share the knowledge we’ve gained with other protected areas in Africa and beyond, and drive the growth of a sustainable conservation-based regional economy. Our active partnerships with government, research and conservation bodies, multinational technology companies, local communities and neighbouring game reserves make us confident that we can achieve these goals for the benefit of all stakeholders, and the wider Kruger ecosystem.