Singita Lebombo Lodge
At a Glance
From ZAR 30 250 pp/pn
Thirteen ultra luxurious suites
Big 5 safari experience
Located within the famous Kruger National Park
'Sleep Out' experience
Family friendly with tailor-made children’s activities
Spa & gym facilities
Positioned within a 13 000 hectare concession of the famous Kruger National Park, Singita Lebombo sits overlooking the N’Wanetsi River.
This area of Kruger National Park is known for its large prides of lion, often in excess of 20 individuals, which are regularly seen hunting the larger mammals such as giraffe and buffalo making for a truly memorable African safari experience.
Singita is synonymous with ultra-luxurious African safaris and here at Singia Lebombo it’s no exception. The thirteen suites and one family suite offer guests the very highest level of service and experience of the African safari. Each of the glass walled suites boasts open plan living space with both a king size and outdoor beds, should you choose to spend you nights under the stars.
Air-conditioning, ceiling fans, lounge area are all standard as is the sumptuous en-suite facilities of free standing bathtubs private viewing deck.
The facilities at Singita Lebombo include two large sparkling swimming pool and sun deck overlooking the N’wanetsi River, TV, wi-fi, extensive wine cellar, lounge, dining room and rooftop terrace. The lodge also boasts a Spa and Fitness Centre and The Singita Boutique and Gallery.
Singita also offers tailor-made children’s activities to suite each family.
Activities at Singita Lebombo include twice daily game drives with highly experienced guides and trackers taken in state of the art open game drive vehicles accommodating a maximum of six guests.
It’s always recommended that you join your guide on an insightful bush walk where he will take you on a journey of discovery explaining in greater detail the medical uses of various plants and tree along the importance of the smaller creatures, like the dung beetles, termites and even the mosquitoes have to the ecosystem. You will go away with a much greater respect for these tiny creatures that share our planet.