Singita Lebombo Lodge
One of five ultra-luxurious safari lodges in private reserves scattered around the Kruger Park, Singita Lebombo Lodge is an avant-garde safari lodge that pushes the boundaries of architecture, décor and luxury in all directions.
Singita Lebombo Lodge has 15 suites built of wood, glass and steel bringing in elements of European street cafés, Scandinavian bolt-holes, Balinese beach huts and Manhattan lofts. A large deck hovering above the trees brings the outdoors in and the multi-faceted suites are strewn with a variety of reclining options from beds to loungers to amoeba-shaped recliner
Being mostly flat low-lying bush, elevated views in the Kruger region are rare. Singita's palatial suites cling to a steep hill - some would say cliffside - with the N'wanetsi River below. The Lebombo Mountains nearby break up the landscape further and provide natural habitats for leopards and so-called mountain lion
The eastern sector of the Kruger Park borders Mozambique and the Lebombo Mountains form a natural barrier between the two countries. The result: lots of wildlife; very few people. The location of Singita Lebombo Lodge is no accident and the game viewing and safari experience, despite the Egyptian cotton and haute cuisine, is what you will remember of your stay at one of Africa's premier safari lodges.
Fully-inclusive accommodation in 15 double suites; en suite bathroom with additional outdoor shower; lounge; private balcony; air conditioning; overhead fans; mini bar and fridge; in-room safe; direct-dial telephones; hair dryers; wi-fi; large swimming pool and game viewing deck; outdoor dining area; lounge; indoor dining area; gym; spa; shop; library; internet access; wine cellar; art gallery.
Two game drives per day and a guided interpretive bush walk; wildlife to be seen includes lion, leopard, elephant, white rhino, black rhino, buffalo, cheetah, hyena, giraffe, zebra, hippo and a variety of antelope, plains game and nocturnal predators; prolific birdlife punctuates the wildlife sightings.
Page last updated: 1 Dec 2010