Overlooking the Sand River, Singita Boulders Lodge in Sabi Sands offers lavish comforts that have earned Singita the highest international accolades. Blending the rhythm of South African safari life with contemporary high design, Singita Boulders Lodge has been pared down to its essential, intrinsic beauty to reflect the Sabi Sand environment it inhabits.
At Singita Boulders Lodge in South Africa, designer Cécile & Boyd and architect Sally Tsiliyiannis utilized bone and ochre color palettes, abstract sculptural art, fossilized tree stumps, and slabs of solid stone to seamlessly emulate the weathering and curvature of the boulder-strewn banks of the Sand River outside. The space is an effortless display of its natural setting and sits within close proximity to the lodge’s iconic, raw timber decks. Only 24 guests can be accommodated in the property’s 12 air-conditioned suites, two of which are double suites designed with families in mind. Modern en suite baths include both an indoor and outdoor shower, and all suites are fitted with spacious lounge areas and a double-sided fireplace. Guests also enjoy the complete exclusivity of a private heated swimming pool and private wooden lounge deck at each suite.
The name Singita Boulders Lodge is inspired by a massive boulder on the property, now the centerpiece of the expansive wine cellar, home to one of the finest wine collections in Africa. The central lodge is also a product of natural stone, with gorgeous wrap-around views and a deck overlooking the Sand River. Relax in the bar or at the open boma next to the shared swimming pool, and enjoy a sundowner on the deck, looking down at the animals at the river. Singita Boulders Lodge is perfectly at home in its pristine setting and offers a truly immersive safari experience, with the surrounding Sabi Sand landscape and wildlife able to be observed through walls of glass and open-air lounges.
Beyond the life observed from the lodge’s lookout deck, trained guides will escort guests on game drives and walks into the Sabi Sand Reserve. Expect to see the Big Five, especially leopard, and a variety of plains game and birdlife. In addition, guests can embark on mountain bike rides, try their hand at archery, take a trip to one of the local communities, or simply relax with a Bush Spa treatment.Request Information