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Enjoy dinner in the boma, then spend the evening, if you so wish, sleeping under the stars on the bed of your private terrace.

Why we like it

  • Located in a 15,000 hectare private concession of the Greater Kruger National Park
  • 15 contemporary cliff edge suites all with an inside and outside shower, bath, mini bar and fridge, room safe, air-conditioning, overhead fans, direct dial telephones and game viewing deck with a day bed
  • There is a fully equipped gymnasium, health spa, wine cellar, traditional boma and a swimming pool at the lodge
  • Activities on offer are twice daily game drives with professional guides and trackers, guided safari walks on request, mountain biking and archery
  • Children over the age of 10 years are welcome
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    About Singita Lebombo

    Here, amidst the Lebombo Mountains at the confluence of the Nwanetsi and Sweni Rivers, a rare wilderness experience can be enjoyed with spectacular scenery boasting the highest concentration of wildlife in the entire park. Lebombo Lodge, an architectural icon of the safari world, is cantilevered out over rocks with the Sweni River far below.

    The Village Spa offers a range of massages, skin care and body treatments, all performed by highly qualified therapists. A relaxation area is available between treatments and after exercising in the fully-equipped gym. Outstanding cuisine combines African flavours with western culinary traditions. Guides are skilled at providing informative and entertaining game drives. Conservation is key at Singita and the staff are only too happy to discuss their latest initiatives. The Singita Kruger National Park lodges are dedicated to sustainable development of communities on the outskirts of the park. Their key strategy is to facilitate the establishment and development of small businesses and to deliberately purchase goods from these suppliers. This approach includes working with local craftspeople to produce items which form part of the lodge décor and which can be sold in the Singita Shop.