Jabali Private House
Jabali Private House: Our View
A sophisticated retreat in one of Africa’s wildest national parks, Jabali Private House offers the utmost privacy and exclusivity in a wilderness area the size of Slovenia. Built around three majestic baobabs, Jabali Private House offers a completely flexible safari – a private chef, guide and vehicle means you can set the pace.
Expert guides lead walking safaris, game drives and night drives in a strikingly beautiful eco-system with a staggering diversity of game – sable, wild dog, lesser and greater kudu. While animal sightings are common, sightings of other visitors are not. Explore at your own pace with the expert team at Jabali Private House.
The house has two master bedrooms and an additional twin bedroom, suitable for families with children or adults travelling together. Enjoy your meals outside on the deck and cool off in your own private pool, or head over to neighbouring Jabali Ridge to enjoy their pool, bar, library and spa.
Jabali Private House: Quick Facts
- One private use luxury house
- Private chef and butler
- En-suite bathrooms
- Hot water showers and flush toilets
- In room power
- Private plunge pool
- Private outdoor lounges
- In room lockable box
- Day and night game drives
- Walking safaris
- Open June to mid March
Jabali Private House: The Details
An intimate, exclusive-use private property surrounded by lofty, ancient Baobab trees, Jabali Private House is perfect for families and friends. It has three bedrooms, a lounge, and a dining area. Jabali Private House also boasts a private plunge pool looking out over the dense forest that fringes the bordering Ikuka escarpment.
A dedicated team - including a private chef, guide and vehicle - means that you can choose to spend all day out on a game drive or enjoy more time at the house relaxing around the pool or savouring a long lunch. Ruaha National Park is known for its healthy herds of elephant and buffalo, and its bold lions, which are known to take down giraffes and even elephants! Night drives allow you to spot elusive nocturnal creatures, while walking safaris are a great way to catch sight of smaller animals and plants, or learn how to track.