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KNP Floods in 2014 and Sabie River Bush Lodge

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With the news of the floods that the Kruger National Park and surrounding areas are currently experiencing our CEO would like to keep all of our guests, and visitors to our website updated.


The Sabie River upon which the Lodge is situated has this evening burst its banks. At this stage the water level is increasing however we are monitoring the situation 24 hours a day. Our General Manager Stuart is on site to monitor the water level and will continue to monitor the water levels through out the evening and through out the next couple of days. In the interim, we would like you all to know that SABIE RIVER BUSH LODGE REMAINS OPEN FOR YOUR BUSINESS!


Our guest's safety is first and foremost to our CEO and Management and thus we have put our natural disaster action plan into standby mode to ensure that we are being proactive in ensuring that our guests are safe and secure. At this stage there is NO DANGER to our guests, and their safety, and we would like to advise all of our current guests, as well as those visiting us in the next few days, that our General Manager and our staff are monitoring the water levels on a continuous and consistent basis.

Please feel free to contact Candice on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have any queries or questions regarding the floods around the Lodge.


To end off we appeal to all of our guests, and website visitors that should you be traveling into the Kruger Park or the surrounding areas, that you travel with caution, increase your following distance and keep your headlights on at all times to increase the visibility of your vehicle and to assist you with being able to see the vehicles around you.

For a full list of roads affected in the Kruger Park itself we suggest you visit the SANParks website / alternatively visit our Facebook Page where we will be updating all the road closures as and when we get the information. Until then we can advise that Crocodile Bridge and Lower Sabie Bridges are experiencing severe flooding and we suggest you avoid those bridges. Should you still unsure of your travel route please ask any of the staff at the Lodge or at any of the Kruger National Parks Entrance gates for assistance.

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