Sango Wildlife Conservancy is nestled in the southwest of Zimbabwe and spans 60,000 hectares of land. Founded by Wilfried Pabst in 1993, the Sango Wildlife Conservancy has since become a sanctuary for an array of wildlife and endangered species. Sango is one of Africa’s hidden gems, located in the northern portion of the Savé Valley Conservancy. This secluded region is renowned as one of the world’s most spectacular safari destinations. And possibly the most exclusive, as the world’s largest privately-owned game reserve only accepts 30 guests at a time.
Sango Wildlife Conservancy, just a short flight from Harare, appears to be completely isolated from the rest of the world, a place where the connection to nature emerges and everyday life melts away. Safari-goers will discover a new frontier in an area characterized by wildlife and unspoiled landscapes—with incredible safari experiences in a setting of soul-stirring natural beauty.
Since 1993, Sango Wildlife Conservancy has dedicated itself to conservation and perfected it. Today, Sango boasts a stunning habitat, home to iconic species like the black rhino, buffalos, lions, leopards, and the African Painted Wild Dog.
Sango Wildlife Conservancy is accessible all year round. The dry winter season, between May and October, is ideal for watching wildlife. The weather is moderate, with little to no rain, and the risk of malaria is low. Summer lasts from October to April and is marked by sunny mornings followed by showers in the afternoon.
At the Sango Wildlife Conservancy, visitors can embark on life-changing educationals that connect them with nature, offering a unique experience. For the intrepid at heart, safari walks are exciting and specialist guides and trackers provide fantastic insights into the fauna and flora. Guests can also spend the morning on foot searching for the rare and endangered black rhinoceros or go on a birding safari with one of Sango's experienced guides in search of the roughly 440 bird species that occupy the different habitats of Sango.
Sango has three locations with various accommodations to allow guests to tailor their safari holiday any way they like. From Sango Ingwe Lodge, which has four beautiful villas and two tents and the Sango Dadiso Camp with two new tented pavilions and a gorgeous dining room and pool, to the classic Sango Expedition Camp, which boasts a more traditional charm and safari atmosphere.
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