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Singita Lebombo Lodge - Kruger National Park, South Africa
Located in a private concession within South Africa’s famous Kruger National Park, ensuring maximum privacy and exclusivity Singita Lebombo Lodge is something of an architectural icon in the safari world. Glass-walled suites and floor-to-ceiling windows ensure unobstructed views over the bush below. The landscapes here are dry and rocky, which make it a great combination with Singita’s sister lodges in Sabi Sands Game Reserve.
Singita Lebombo Lodge is an architectural icon in the safari world. Inspired by the perching nests of eagles, the 15 glass cube suites jut out from the rock face and offer spectacular views across the Sweni River in Kruger National Park, South Africa.
The interiors of Singita Boulders are as impressive as the lodge’s dramatic situation: lavish lounging, dining and pool areas and cutting-edge contemporary style which fuses glass, slatted wood and bleached branches with natural fabrics and luxury amenities.
The 15 suites are constructed almost entirely of glass, which ensures that your game viewing experience starts as soon as you get out of bed. The views can also be enjoyed from both the indoor and outdoor showers and from the bathtub.
For families with children over the age of 10, there are plenty of activities offer.
Location & Getting There
Found on the far eastern reaches of the Kruger National Park in South Africa, Singita Lebombo is a 1.5-hour flight to Satara airstrip from Johannesburg, followed by a 45-minute game transfer to the lodge.
Singita Lebombo Lodge's 15 glass cube suites jut out from the rock face and offer spectacular views across the Sweni River and the pristine wilderness. Each cube comprises of a private patio, a dining area, a sitting area and a King bed, all furnished in wood and Earth colours. The game viewing experience starts as soon as you get out of bed, when even the indoor and outdoor showers provide incredible views of the wilderness.
During the stay, guests can take part in guided safari walks, game drives, mountain biking, stargazing safaris, archery, cooking classes and many more. They are likely to spot a great variety of wildlife, including leopard, famously large prides of lion, white rhino, black rhino, buffalo, elephant, hippopotamus, cheetah and sable.
Children over the age of 10 are welcome at Singita Lebombo Lodge and plenty of activities are on offer. They can enjoy baking with the lodge chefs, taking part in an exciting mini rangers course which includes frogging, butterfly capture and release, and bush survival techniques to name a few.