Exclusive safari accommodation at its best!

Singita Kruger Park occupies the far eastern edges of Kruger National Park, close by to the border of Mozambique. Traversing a range of terrains, the remote region boasts an abundance of game, including four regal lion pride that call the park home, along with all the other iconic Big 5 members. It also hosts two exclusive lodges – Singita Lebombo and Singita Sweni – which are known for their plush contemporary aesthetic and sustainable approach.

Like most little sisters, Singita Sweni Lodge is not content to stand in Singita Lebombo’s shadow – she deserves to be recognised in her own right! The lodge overlooks the banks of the Sweni River, with its chic pistachio and chocolate hues effortlessly echoing the colours of nature. It has six suites built from svelte wood and glass, placed on stilts, and suspended over the river, providing guests with incredible views of wildlife and birds from the intimacy of their own private decks. Shaded by trees, and connected by wooden walkways, each suite is decorated in a calming, minimalistic style, with an open-plan spacious design, deep baths, daybeds, and outdoor showers.

Singita Lebombo Lodge is secreted on the remote cliffs of Kruger National Park, surrounded by dense foliage, and next to the N’wanetsi River. The lodge’s design is truly unique, with an unrivalled quality of light and space. The 13 suites seem to hover between the river and sky – their design inspired by the eagles’ nests adorning the surrounding cliff face. Built from glass and wood, the open-plan structures provide panoramic views of the area, and lead to wooden viewing decks perfect for those wishing to slumber beneath the stars. There’s also a gorgeous private villa set slightly apart from the main lodge, with two two-bedroom suites that can link together to create an exclusive four-bedroom villa. This comes with a private pool, full fleet of staff, an open-plan kitchen, and boma.

Highlights

  • Singita is located in a remote corner of the Kruger Park, near the Mozambican border, and shares its wildlife—including the Big 5
  • There is an airstrip in Singita which is served by daily flights from Nelspruit’s Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport and Johannesburg’s O.R. Tambo International Airport
  • Aside from game drives and bush walks, other activities include seasonal fishing, community tours, and archery 
  • The two lodges offer exclusive and luxury accommodation and service 
  • Singita is home to an impressive four lion pride

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