Singita

Singita Private Game Reserve offers award-winning safari lodges that are simply sensational. The Singita brand has become synonymous with luxury safari travel in Southern and East Africa. As one of the bigger luxury tourism players in Africa, Singita’s focus has now turned to making efforts to ensure true sustainability by orchestrating an interdependent balanced relationship between communities, wildlife and tourism. At all the Singita Game Reserves you will find a faultless combination of exceptional hospitality, an unforgettable African safari experience and fabulously appointed luxury suites -  all the while hosted with grace and wide smiled African warmth.

Occupying exclusive prime positions in over half a million acres of pristine wilderness across five eco-systems in Africa. From the wildlife intensive Sabi Sands to the Lebombo mountains, a remote corner of the Kruger National Park. From the Grumeti Reserves (famous for the wildebeest migration) in Tanzania to the tented camp on the Mara River in the Lamai triangle. As well as the wilds of the little known Gonarezhou National Park in Zimbabwe. Singita’s lodges are completely unique in design and outlook. Each lodge is seamlessly managed involving the local community, offering sublime cuisine, and award-winning wine cellar and exceptional game viewing opportunities.


Singita Boulders Lodge

Singita Boulders Lodge

Named after the enormous boulders around which it is built, the exquisite Singita Boulders Lodge in the Sabi Sand Reserve is a blissful five-star escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. At Boulders Lodge, time slows down and an unforgettable holiday awaits all guests. Furnishings are a seamless blend of luxury and comfort both in the communal lodge as well as in the 12 private suites, of which two are family suites.


Game Drives | Bird Watching | Game Walks | Big 5 | Health and Fitness Centre | Wine Tasting
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Singita Ebony Lodge

Singita Ebony Lodge

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. Ebony Lodge, which resides peacefully under majestic trees along the Sand River, is an inviting haven of luxury.

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Singita Lebombo Lodge

Singita Lebombo Lodge

If one had to describe Singita Lebombo in a nutshell, you could say that it’s the epitome of breathtaking scenery meeting world-class accommodation. Added to that, the lodge enjoys pride of place on the Mozambican border and couldn’t boast a more enviable setting. It’s enveloped by the Kruger National Park, which stretches along the length of South Africa’s Mpumalanga and Limpopo provinces, and as far as Zimbabwe in the north. Named after the ridge it’s built on, Singita Lebombo’s elevated position shows off the magnificence of the African bush and its proximity to some of the world’s densest animal populations is just another feather in its cap.


Game Drives | Bird Watching | Game Viewing | Game Walks | Big 5 | Animal Encounters
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Singita Castleton Camp

Singita Castleton Camp

As part of the Singita group, Castleton Camp is a safari experience with a difference. Located in the exclusive Sabi Sands Game Reserve, the camp is situated at one of the biggest watering holes in the reserve where lions, antelope, buffalo and many more animals pass through, providing guests with endless hours of wildlife entertainment. The unique aspect of Castleton Camp is that it is only available for single group bookings, accommodating a maximum of 12 guests at a time, ensuring total privacy.


Game Drives | Bird Watching | Game Viewing | Game Walks | Big 5 | Animal Encounters | Tennis Court
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Singita Sweni Lodge

Singita Sweni Lodge

There’s arguably no finer recommendation for a hotel and/or restaurant than the acquisition of Relais & Châteaux status. Singita Sweni has it. As one of the most exclusive luxury lodges in the Kruger National Park stable, it offers only six one-bedroom suites, designed to provide an unforgettable, intimate experience in the heart of the African bush. Built amidst the trees along the banks of the Sweni River, it also provides the perfect vantage point for observing the myriad wildlife and bird species that frequent the area.


Game Drives | Bird Watching | Game Viewing | Game Walks | Big 5 | Animal Encounters | Photography
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Singita Faru Faru Lodge

Singita Faru Faru Lodge

Forget about the usual African safari and come and indulge your senses at Faru Faru River Lodge!  This stunning riverine lodge is one of a number of luxury lodges in the Serengeti game reserve, and is built on the slope of a hill which forms part of the Serengeti Mara ecosystem. Eccentric and unusual, the Singita Faru Faru Lodge provides an eclectic mix of styles, and provides a natural and comfortable yet luxurious ambience.  The lodge is based on the river and is on the migratory route, and guests here find it easy to engage and connect with the wilderness of Africa.


Game Drives | Game Viewing | Horse Riding | Safaris
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Singita Sabora Plains Tented Camp

Singita Sabora Plains Tented Camp

Singita Sabora Tented Camp has the kind of magic that you can’t quite put your finger on – but you know it’s there. Perhaps it’s the location in the heart of the Serengeti, or the antique pieces and artefacts spread around the luxurious camp, the exquisite cuisine prepared with passion, or that ‘Out-of-Africa’ romantic appeal. The result of all these ingredients is the unforgettable Singita Sabora – the ultimate tented safari camp. Guests are treated to an experience of a lifetime as they interact with wildebeest, zebra, hundreds of birds and other wild creatures in the camp area, between game drives across parts of the 350,000 acres wilderness.

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Singita Mara River Tented Camp

Singita Mara River Tented Camp

The ideal choice for couples or families looking for an authentic, yet luxurious safari experience, Singita Mara River is set on the banks of the Mara River, and the camp offers four en suite tents for couples, and two family tents (each sleeping two adults and two children). The tents are stylishly furnished in East African style with elegant fabrics, and each unit also features art by local African craftsmen and designers. Spacious decks outside the tents provide the perfect spot to watch the activity in the Mara River, which is home to crocodiles and hippos all year round.

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