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Rhino Conservation
Weeks 2024

Don't miss this special event in August 2024!


New Sango
Dadiso Camp

Opening July 2024


Sango Exclusive:
Baobab Picnic

Spend the night in a centuries-old baobab tree

Our Commitment
to Wild Dogs


Kim Wolhuter
Photo Safari

Go on safari with the award-winning filmmaker

Sango Wildlife Conservancy
In line with Kruger and Gonarezhou National Park

Sango forms the end of a busy wildlife corridor that starts in South Africa’s Kruger National Park and passes through Gonarezhou National Park, which borders Zimbabwe and Mozambique. The wild and unspoilt private reserve is one of Africa’s hidden jewels and for the past thirty years Sango has been known as one of the most breathtaking safari destinations in the world. And perhaps the most exclusive, with a maximum of 32 guests at any one time in an area two-thirds the size of New York City.

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The serenity of disconnecting

A short flight from Zimbabwe’s capital city Harare, Sango seems truly set apart from the rest of the world, a place where the sense of connection to nature awakens and everyday life fades away. Experience a new frontier, an atmosphere characterised by wildlife and pristine landscapes, with amazing safari experiences and touching personalities in an environment of soul-stirring natural beauty.

Experience Africa's untamed beauty

As one of Zimbabwe’s leading conservationists we pride ourselves on being the guardians of the land and life that exists here on the Sango.

Sango, remote and untamed, represents the true wilderness of Zimbabwe’s south-east. With its astonishing size of 60,000 hectares in private hands, sango offers private wildlife encounters and tailor-made experiences that will change the way you see the world forever.

The service

Hospitality Manager

When you visit Sango, you will want for nothing. Personalised service, authentic cuisine and a well-stocked bar with international specialities await you.

The Management

Wildlife Experts

A private safari with breathtaking game viewing in harmony with nature is the goal of our conservation tourism concept in Sango.

The Network

Community Manager

To keep in touch with our neighbouring communities, our Community Manager is the link when it comes to drilling new boreholes, inviting schools for educational visits, repairing pipes or wells, and much more.

30 years of conservation tourism

We have been dedicated to responsible conservation tourism and private luxury safaris since 1993 and have perfected our craft over the years. Today Sango is home to iconic species such as black rhino, buffalo, lion, leopard and painted wild dog.

Here we are

Stretching from the Bikita Hills in the west and crossing nine major habitat zones to the Save River in the east, Sango provides guests with 60,000 hectares (600 km2) of untamed Africa in the heart of Savé Valley Conservancy.

Directions to Sango

Stretching from the Bikita Hills in the west crossing nine major habitat zones to the Savé River in the east, Sango Private Game Reserve is situated in the Savé Valley Conservancy in south-eastern Zimbabwe.

By Air to Sango Airstrip
Fly with a commercial airline to Harare Airport, Zimbabwe, clear immigration and customs and charter a private flight to Sango Airstrip. Approximate journey time from Harare to Sango is 1 hour.

By Road
Fly with a commercial airline to Harare Airport, Zimbabwe, clear immigration and customs and be collected by our airport transfer for the journey by road to Sango. Approximate journey time from Harare to Sango is 4 – 5 hours.

Air and/or road transfers as well as hotel accommodation before and/or after your stay at Sango can be arranged by our staff upon request.