Located in the world-famous Sabi Sand Game Reserve near the Kruger National Park, Singita Ebony Lodge was established in 1993, and was the first lodge built under the Singita umbrella. Singita means “place of miracles” in the local Shangaan language, and this is what guests have come to love about the now 12 lodges and camps that Singita operates around Africa. Singita are also proudly eco-conscious ensuring minimal impact on the surrounding environment, as well as running upliftment programs for nearby poorer communities. Ebony Lodge, which resides peacefully under majestic trees along the Sand River, is an inviting haven of luxury.Read More
The lodge is home to 12 beautifully decorated suites, including two family suites namely the Lewis Suite which is perfect for families with teenagers, and the Family Suite, ideal for families with smaller children. The colonial-style interiors make for a chic, comfortable and elegantly luxurious space with each suite including an open fireplace, large viewing deck with heated pool, indoor / outdoor shower and views from every angle. The family suites also boast a second bedroom and a lounge and dining area.
With so many adventures on offer, guests are spoilt for choice. Game drives allow guests to be taken into the heart of the bush with experienced trackers and guides where they are most likely to spot an assortment of wildlife including lions, elephants, giraffe, hippos, leopards and more. There’s also the option to be taken on a guided walk or a mountain bike ride through nature.
The beautiful dams on the reserve allow for fishing, while the guides will demonstrate the way the locals catch their fish. Busy days can be ended with a tasty meal on the deck and a glass or two of fine wine from the wine cellar which boasts some of the most exclusive wines in South Africa. Guests are also treated to campfires at the boma, entertainment from the Shangaan choir and a blanket of stars in the night sky.
Downtime is simple. Spend the afternoons lazing on your private deck while bird watching and animal spotting or visit the Bush Spa for a blissful treatment.