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Enjoy exclusive use conservation areas famous for guaranteed Big 5 sightings, while enjoying luxurious award-winning accommodations at largest game reserve in South Africa.
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Singita Lebombo Lodge overlooks one of the most dramatic landscapes in the Private Singita Lebombo concession within a remote part of the Greater Kruger region of South Africa, on the border of wild Mozambique. The fifteen-suite Singita Lebombo Lodge offers a unique African experience drawing from contemporary safari living in completely glass-walled lofts with beautiful 'eagle's nest' views. Its sweeping wooden decks overlooks a favourite watering spot for elephant and the bustling bushveld of South Africa's famous Kruger National Park. Morning and afternoon game drives in the foothills of the Lebombo Mountains promise excellent Big 5 game viewing year-round. 
Lebombo’s 15 Luxury Suites are refreshingly original with elegant loft architecture featuring glass and timber. This sophisticated design ethic flows through the stylish trimmings and thoughtful personal touches. Your private deck features a day bed, the perfect spot to relax or even spend the night beneath a canopy of stars, lulled by the sounds of Africa. Each suite has a full en suite bathroom and an outdoor shower.
Guests can enjoy guided nature walks for a more intimate perspective on the wilderness, or tryout the thrilling mountain bike excursions. The wine cellar is well-stocked and offer excellent accompaniments to the fine dining served in the charming open-air boma. For a romantic treat, guests can also request dinner on their private terrace.
This tranquil sanctuary is built on stilts located on the banks of the Sweni River in Singitas private concession on the far reaches of the Kruger National Park. Elevated on stilts with decks of timber, Singita Sweni offers six luxurious suites with floor to ceiling glass walls that reveal a picture book setting with open air living spaces and a viewing deck offering the ultimate outdoor vantage point. The expansive decks, outdoor shower, and open layouts allow guests to feel like you're right in the heart of nature without having to deal with any of the inconveniences of being in the wild. 
Guests at Singita Sweni Lodge can take exciting tour drives with experienced guides in the morning and evening. After a thrilling day of animal viewing, enjoy gourmet cuisine and a fine selection of wines at one of the lodge's dining venues. There's also a state of the art gym and spa to reinvigorate your body and soul. You can even sleep under the stars on the day bed on your viewing deck.
Singita Boulders Lodge is set along the banks of the Sand River in Singita’s privately owned reserve within the Sabi Sand Reserve. Inspired by the geometry of the boulders on which it rests, Boulders Lodge is an inviting oasis where organic interiors integrate seamlessly with the raw African beauty outside. 
Singita Boulders offers twelve, glass fronted suites with two double suites available for families. Sophisticated interiors in this contemporary lodge include earthy colours, textured fabrics, wooden furniture and natural stone. The luxury suites are air-conditioned; consist of sumptuous bathrooms, indoor and outdoor showers, an expansive living area with double-sided fireplace, mini-bar and fridge and private wooden leisure decks with a heated plunge pool. There is a bar area, world class wine cellar, traditional open boma, gymnasium, health Spa and library. Activities at Singita Boulders include twice daily game drives, morning and afternoon; guided safari walks (on request), mountain biking and archery.
The dry winter season from May to October is considered the best time to visit Kruger for game viewing as well as walking safaris. Vegetation is low and sparse at this time of year, making animals easier to spot.
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The park lies within the malaria belt therefore take necessary precautions to avoid getting bitten while you're there.
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