Singita Ebony Lodge

Greater Kruger

The award-winning Singita Sabi Sand game reserve spans more than 45,000 acres and is famed for its big cats, particularly leopard. Singita Ebony Lodge sits on the banks of the Sand River and is the original grande dame of the Singita groups’ properties.

Opulent and old-school, with deep armchairs and crystal glasses, and littered with treasured family books, photographs, and antiques, this is a property that was designed to be home and retains a colonial feel and a true sense of timelessness.

All twelve suites – two of which boast two-bedrooms so they’re ideal for families – have their own private plunge pool. Rooms are extremely spacious, and furnishings and tend to be black and white in color, with textured fabrics, animal and portrait photography, and tribal antiques.

The Lodge’s chef provides food that is homely and uncomplicated, complemented by Singita’s extensive and award-winning wine selection. There’s also a large swimming pool, Bush Spa, and gym facilities for guests to enjoy at the Main Lodge.

Singita Ebony Lodge Information

Location & Getting There
Sabi Sand Game Reserve. A 90-minute flight from Johannesburg to Sabi Sands.

With 2 x 2-bedroom family suites (2 adults and 2 children), 8 x 1-bedroom suites (Ebony Lodge Suites), 2 x 1-bedroom suites (Ebony Lewis Suites).

Game drives, guided bush walks, village community tours, fishing, stargazing safaris, archery, swimming.

All year round, rainy season from December to February. May to August is peak safari season; the land is dry and animals congregate around water sources.

Children of all ages are welcome. In the interest of safety, the participation of children in any game activities (drives/walks) is at the discretion of their guide.

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Why we recommend Singita Ebony Lodge

This is a stylish lodge that promotes the essence of Africa. The suites are ideal for families and couples and some have their own private plunge pool. The rooms are spacious with animal and portrait photography, and tribal antiques. Days can be spent enjoying nature drives, and as this property is located on the banks of the Sand River, it’s not uncommon to see elephant, buffalo, and antelope grazing meters away throughout the day.

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