The stunning Singita Game Reserve

The stunning Singita Private Game Reserve Lodges are situated within the magnificent Kruger National Park and Sabi Sands Game Reserve in South Africa. Along with amazing wildlife and safari encounters, Singita Private Game Reserve offers guests the opportunity to enjoy gourmet food and wine combined with exceptional African hospitality.


This stunning Singita collection consists of two lodges within Kruger Park itself and another three lodges at Sabi Sand. The Lebombo Lodge is a one of a kind safari destination that offers 15 luxury suites set over the African bush. Here after dinner in a traditional boma, guests can even sleep under the stars from the comfort of their bed on their private terrace. The Sweni Lodge at Singita lies alongside the Sweni River and is elevated on stilts, placing the rooms close to the trees. The Sweni Lodge also offers a spa, shopping boutique, gym and swimming pool.


The Ebony and Boulders Lodges and Castleton Camp can be found within the Sabi Sabi Reserve. The Ebony Lodge provides the ideal home away from home in thatched chalets, each with their own fireplace, that overlook the Singita Game Reserve. Boulders Lodge was named due to the big boulder that the lodge’s wine cellar is built around. Panoramic views can be enjoyed from this lodge while 12 luxurious suites, each with their own heated pool, provide the ultimate in African luxury accommodation. Last, but certainly not least, Singita’s Castleton Camp is a stone-walled farmhouse with an old-world feel. The camp can be booked exclusively, making it ideal for functions and retreats.


The Singita Game Reserve Lodges in both the Kruger National Park and Sabi Sand Reserve’s were voted onto Conde Nast Travelers Gold List for 2012 with scores of over 97 proving that they provide some of the best game lodge accommodation options within South Africa.


This guest article was contributed by Janine Mare. Janine is a travel and lifestyle writer who currently works as a blog and website writer for the South African Tourism Company


Keira R

Writer...(Read More)

Around the web