From the friendly knock on your door as a wake-up call in the early morning to their smiling faces waving you off as you say your final goodbyes, our guides are one of the staff members you spend the most time with over the course of your stay. Whether you are with us for two or five nights, these friendly characters are always on hand to share their passion for the African...
Defer to nature
at the luxurious Klaserie Sands River Camp
Experience deep immersion in nature
at the tented Klaserie Sands Safari Trails camp
Encounter breathtaking wildlife
in the heart of the Greater Kruger
Deep romance awaits
at our once-in-a-lifetime Starbed Experience
Klaserie Sands was founded in 2014 by husband and wife team, Louis and Lee-Ann Rautenbach. The brand consists of two intimate lodges – Klaserie Sands River Camp and Klaserie Sands Safari Trails - both of which are located in the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve.
As part of the greater Kruger National Park, both camps accommodate guests in authentic luxury, a deep immersion in untouched nature with vast expanses of wildlife-rich wilderness to explore by safari vehicle or on foot. With limited access permitted to the region, Klaserie Sands guests experience the advantage of unfettered access to exclusive sightings.
Renowned for being run by the hands and hearts that built them, Klaserie Sands River Camp and Safari Trails offer guests gracious and gentle service, family warmth and hospitality and a safari experience that is sacred, intimate and unforgettable.
It is hard to deny that the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve’s secret to unparalleled tranquillity comes from its lack of commercial development, but also its pristine and untouched wilderness. However, far less is known about this reserve in terms of being a premier safari destination, teeming with wildlife and boasting an unbelievable diversity of flora.
Today, on World Pangolin Day 2020, we want to take the opportunity to teach you a little bit about this bizarre, scaly mammal and raise awareness for the conservation issues currently threatening this species' survival in the wild.