AndBeyond has unveiled the newly redesigned Kirkman's Kamp in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve in South Africa. The camp's 12 cottages have been refurbished
AndBeyond has unveiled the newly redesigned Kirkman’s Kamp in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve in South Africa.
The camp’s 12 cottages have been refurbished to feature large private bars and outdoor seating areas. Bathrooms have been entirely redone with extra-large showers and double vanities.
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The lodge’s guest areas have been refreshed with new furniture, lighting and wood floors providing a warmer and more contemporary edge while retaining a 1920s feel. The lodge’s dining room has been entirely restyled with a coffee bar and additional dining areas. The lodge’s bar has always been a focal point of the property, and its new look and increased seating capacity allows guests to chat and share safari sightings and stories in the evenings while watching the barman prepare cocktails.
The lodge’s guest areas were once the home of farmer-turned-conservationist Harry Kirkman, whom the property is named after, and photographs, paintings and mementos dating back to his time have helped to preserve the sense of stepping back in history. Modern furniture and accents have elevated Kirkman’s former home to a luxurious, yet authentic, frontier farmhouse.
AndBeyond Kirkman’s Kamp is situated in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve, which shares unfenced borders with Kruger National Park. The reserve is famed for its intimate wildlife encounters, particularly leopard-viewing. Game drives traverse an area of 26,000 acres and strict vehicle limits at sightings ensure the exclusivity of the game viewing experiences.
Rates at AndBeyond Kirkman’s Kamp start from about $780 per person, per night based on double occupancy.