Within the famed Kruger National Park, Singita Lebombo Lodge is a celebration of light and comfort with intrinsic touches that delight the senses. In accommodations inspired by an eagle's nest, guests are afforded a spectacular view of the N'wanetsi River and the foothills of the Lebombo Mountains.
The definition of contemporary African chic, Singita Lebombo Lodge is a collection of 15 highly stylized, award-winning loft-style suites. These luxe tree houses are perched high above the N’wanetsi River, emulating the birds nests within the unique Lebombo Euphorbia trees that occupy the area and give the lodge its name. Each retreat is decked out in expensive details of Egyptian cotton and soft textures, contrasting with the steel and organic interiors and imaginative woods of the private deck. Guests of Singita Lebombo Lodge experience a true seamlessness with nature, benefiting from the birds-eye views from the glass-enclosed rooms and the option to sleep out on the private deck under the starlit African sky, suspended in magnificence above the spectacular wilderness.
At the main lodge, guests are afforded endless views of the surrounding wilderness, the perfect companion for elegant dining and fine wine pairings from Singita’s astonishing wine cellar. Even a dip in the cliff side lap pool affords spectacular panoramas of Kruger National Park from the edge of the world. Singita Lebombo Lodge shares a ‘village’ with its sister property, Singita Sweni, which houses a gracious spa and fitness center, as well as a wine shop, cappuccino lounge, and Internet accessible library so guests may update friends and family along their journey. The most impressive tent within the village is the gift boutique and gallery, which is filled with a range of goods for sale including rare artifacts, wood carvings, vintage jewelry, custom Ndebele dolls, Nguni hide rugs, captivating black and white photography by area lens men, and crafts that support local artisans.
The expert guides and trackers of Singita Lebombo Lodge embark with guests into the lodge’s 33,000 acre concession in search of the Big Five and other residents of the Kruger. This specific concession within Kruger is best known for its mountain-dwelling pride of lions and an incredibly dense population of animals large and small, from rhino and giraffe to elephants and leopard. Learn more about where the earth meets the sky at Singita Lebombo Lodge here.Request Information