Getting To Dulini
SABI SAND NATURE RESERVE, SOUTH AFRICA
Where To Find Us
The three Dulini lodges are located on a 10,500 hectare section of the Sabi Sands Nature Reserve.
DULINI, SABI SAND PRIVATE NATURE RESERVE, SOUTH AFRICA
The Reserve shares an unfenced border with the world-famous Kruger National Park, in South Africa’s eastern Mpumalanga province.
A place of wonder, natural beauty and vast open spaces filled with adventure, calmness and absolute luxury - all centred around our guests and wrapped into a magical Safari experience.
AIRLINK FROM JOHANNESBURG OR CAPE TOWN TO DULINI
Regional airline Airlink offers scheduled services from Johannesburg (JNB) and Cape Town (CPT), both of which offer direct international flights to Europe, Asia and North America.
SELF-DRIVE FROM JOHANNESBURG OR NELSPRUIT
Guests are also welcome to self-drive to Dulini. Allow for 5½-hours to drive from Johannesburg’s OR Tambo International Airport or about 2½-hours drive from Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport (KMIA).
Getting To Dulini
Dulini is conveniently located for both scheduled and private air services, as well as self-drive road access.
NEAREST AIRPORT TO DULINI
The nearest commercial airport is at Skukuza (airport code: SZK), a 60-minute road transfer from Dulini. Kruger-Mpumalanga International Airport (MQP), in the city of Mbombela, is a two-hour road transfer from the lodges. Transfers are at additional cost.
FEDERAL AIR CHARTERED FLIGHTS FROM JOHANNESBURG SABI SAND
Alternatively, guests can fly direct from Johannesburg to the Sabi Sand with charter airline Federal Air. These flights lands at a private airstrip within the reserve, located a short drive from Dulini. A complimentary 4x4 transfer will be provided.
Arrival & Departure Times
Check-in is at 13h00 on the day of arrival. Please let us know if an earlier arrival time is expected.
While your suite may not be ready before 13h00, guests are welcome to relax in the communal lounge area.
We request that guests check-out of their rooms by 11h00 on the day of departure.
"Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better."
- ALBERT EINSTEIN