Singita Lebombo Lodge
Singita Safari Lodges owns and operates 12 luxury award-winning safari lodges in three countries in Africa with another deluxe lodge opening in Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda in 2019.
Singita Lebombo Lodge is a bold and contemporary luxury safari lodge in the Kruger National Park and a flagship operation of Singita. Built with cutting-edge design that seamlessly blends raw nature with sophisticated modern elegance. Singita Lebombo Lodge gives you a front row seat the raw beauty and wonder of the celebrated national park.
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A deluxe private villa on the property is an exciting extension to Singita Lebombo Lodge. It’s set apart from the main lodge and is an exclusive affair with its own private plunge pool and gorgeous deck overlooking the splendid bushveld surrounds.
Singita Lebombo Lodge has earned itself a reputation for unrivaled excellence based on its disciplined approach to its business operations which ensures guests enjoy the ultimate safari experience while benefiting the regions natural resources and local communities.
Guests are offered the choice of 13 luxurious suites which are a celebration of cutting-edge design with warm traditional African safari undertones.
Sabi Sand Game Reserve is regarded as one of the finest private game reserves in southern Africa.
Singita Lebombo Safari Lodge
Singita Lebombo Lodge – 13 luxury suites, sleeping up to 26 adults
Singita Lebombo Lodge is a new re-imagined concept which offers luxurious accommodation in a dramatic setting in the Kruger National Park. The expansive outdoor deck is suspended over the N’wanetsi River and the lodge is nestled in a grove of ancient indigenous trees.
The design of the suites at Singita Lebombo Lodge is bold and contemporary with natural light flooding through the vast glass walls and an imaginative use of wood, steel and layered fabrics in muted shades
Guests are offered the choice of 13 luxurious suites which are a celebration of cutting-edge design with warm traditional African safari undertones. The design of the suites at Singita Lebombo Lodge is bold and contemporary with natural light flooding through the vast glass walls and an imaginative use of wood, steel and layered fabrics in muted shades which blend seamlessly with the splendid natural surrounds.
Guests staying at Singita Lebombo Lodge have the choice of:
13 x Lebombo Suites with sweeping views across the vast wilderness
2 x 2-Bedroom Suites with private plunge pool and views of the river
1 x 4-Bedroom Villa with private swimming pool, lounge, dining room and deck
Other impressive features include a roof terrace and wine studio built as a multi-level retreat. You’ll also find a well-stocked library, multi-media room, spa facilities and a well-equipped gym at the luxury safari lodge as well as an additional 25-metre lap pool.
There is a flatscreen television in the main lounge area and guests have access to free Wi-Fi although signal in the area is often poor. Children aged 10 years and over are welcome at Singita Lebombo Lodge. They are accommodated in the 4-bedroomed family Villa. The lodge organizes edutainment’ activities for young children and parents can request a reliable babysitter to watch them while enjoying a romantic night together. Children are allowed on game drives with their parents at the discretion of the Singita safari guide.
Question: Best Time to Visit Singita Lebombo Lodge
Answer: May-August and December
Question: Where is Singita Lebombo Lodge
Answer: Singita Lodges are found in Sabi Sands and the Kruger National Park in South Africa
More About Singita Safari Lodges
Singita Lebombo Lodge Safari
Singita Lebombo Lodge is located in a private concession in the Kruger National Park which shares a 50-kilometre unfenced border with Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve. This premier wilderness area forms part of the Greater Kruger National Park which, in turn, falls within the internationally-declared Kruger2Canyons UNESCO Man and Biosphere and within the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation area (GLTP Treaty of 2002).
The game has unrestricted access to roam the expansive wilderness region which includes the myriad of unfenced private game reserves that make up the Greater Kruger National Park and the length and breadth of the beautiful Kruger National Park.
Included5 Star AccommodationAirport TransfersBreakfastEntry FeesFlightsMealsPersonal Safari GuideSpa treatments and LaundryTelephoneWifi
Not IncludedBoutique purchasesDeparture TaxesPremium Brands and Cellar wines
Singita Lebombo Lodge
Inclusions and exclusionsSingita Lebombo Lodge Rates Include:
- All meals and beverages (including premium wines, spirits and liqueurs, but excluding French Champagne)
- Twice daily open Land Rover safaris, walking safaris, (accompanied by experienced guides and trackers)
- Return road transfers between the Satara airstrip and the lodges
- Laundry service
- International and domestic flights
- Road or air transfers to Sabi Sands
- Greater Kruger tourism Levy
- Purchases from the Singita Boutique & Gallery
- International drinks such as French Champagne
- Special meal requests
- Spa treatments
- Exclusive access to a Singita spa therapist (to be pre-booked and pre-paid)
- Additional vehicle (available on request at an additional charge)
- Transport to and from the reserve.
Facilities and Amenities at Singita Lebombo Lodge
|Description of Facilities / Amenities||Singita Lebombo Lodge|
|Singita Lebombo Lodge | Number of suites||13 Luxury suites|
|Back up Electricity||Yes|
|Full bar facilities||Yes|
|Safes in suite||Yes|
|Tea/Coffee Making Facilities (Nespresso machines)||Yes|
|DELUXE, PRESIDENTIAL AND LUXURY SUITES – ADDITIONAL FACILITIES|
|King Size Beds||Yes|
SINGITA LEBOMBO LODGE LIFE ENRICHING EXPERIENCES
AWARD-WINNING LUXURY SAFARI LODGESSingita's main focus is preserving and protecting large tracks of wilderness which is home to the Big 5, an incredible array of wildlife and birds and magnificent plants and trees. Singita's luxury safari lodges play a vital role as they generate revenue to partially fund critical conservation programs and community empowerment initiatives. The cherry on top is receiving numerous prestigious international awards which recognizes the hard work of the dedicated teams which run Singita's premier lodges and puts the spotlight on conservation initiatives that give the company its purpose. In 2017, two stand-out accolades went to Singita Sabi Sand which was awarded the Condé Nast Traveller Readers Travel Awards for Favorite Overseas Holiday Hotel in the Middle East, Africa and the Indian Ocean; and Singita Boulders Lodge for winning the Africa & Middle East 2017 Luxury Travel Guide Private Luxury Lodge of the Year (South Africa).
CONSERVATION AT ITS CORESingita is a conservation company and responsible for over 200 000 hectares of prime land and its precious natural resources. The company has built its successful operations on three core pillars: biodiversity, sustainability and community. Every decision takes into account a 20, 50 and 100-year timeline. Singita not only keeps a keen eye on its bottom line but also on the horizon where the future well being of our precious natural resources and local communities are at stake. When you stay at a Singita Lodge in Sabi Sands or the Kruger National Park you are making a positive contribution to several important conservation initiatives and community empowerment programs. Unlike many safari hospitality operators who contribute to conservation through levies and fees; Singita takes full responsibility for the conservation of its land and actually does the work themselves to ensure there is a dynamic balance between tourism, community and wildlife. There's a diversity of skills in what is affectionately known as Singita's conservation brains trust and many of the properties are in wilderness areas that might otherwise never have been protected. One example is the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve in Zimbabwe which is home to Singita Pamushana Lodge. Where there was once only a handful of common antelope, the nature reserve is now teeming with game with bountiful populations of endangered rhinos as well as rare sable. Each Singita property hosts environmental researchers who work on issues that have a direct impact on the regions conservation initiatives. This ranges from the re-introduction of the endangered roan antelope to waste disposal management and renewable energy solutions. Whether you're staying at the breathtaking Singita Boulders Lodge in Sabi Sands or Sweni Lodge in Kruger National Park; the luxurious facilities and outstanding game viewing are only a small component of what Singita stands for. Its nice to know that in some small part you've contributed to the spirit of Singita and its desire to protect and preserve our precious natural resources.
PRISTINE WILDERNESSBetween its private game reserve in Sabi Sand Wildtuin and a private concession in the Kruger National Park, Singita is responsible for preserving and protecting 31 565 hectares of pristine wilderness. Founder and CEO of Singita, saw a chance early on to merge an incredible safari experience with a ultra-luxury hospitality experience. Singita offers guests a world-class safari experience in two wilderness regions which fall within the Greater Kruger National Park. The latter falls within the internationally-declared Kruger2Canyons UNESCO Man and Biosphere and within the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation area (GLTP Treaty of 2002). The Kruger to Canyons (K2C) Biosphere Reserve was registered in September 2001 in Paris by UNESCO. It became the 411th Biosphere Reserve site to be registered in 94 countries worldwide and acknowledged for its global significance. The K2C Biosphere Programme is an extensive community-driven initiative that bridges the Limpopo and Mpumalanga provinces in South Africa. It is also the interface of the Eastern Transvaal Drakensberg Escarpment and the Central Lowveld. 6 K2C has 1.4 million hectares dedicated to long-term conservation; 989 000 of formally protected area (state-owned reserves) and 400 000 hectares of private-owned conservation land (privately-owned game farms). The entire registered Biosphere Reserve spans some 2.5 million hectares.
EXCLUSIVE SAFARI EXPERIENCEIn 2017, Singita launched a unique concept branded Singita Private. It comprises a collection of six exclusive-use properties across Africa under one umbrella. Each property contributes 1% toward the construction of a new environmental education centre at Singita Sabi Sand. It provides guests with a private setting from which to explore the spectacular bushveld surrounds and experience the ultimate safari tour. Private Singita villas boast spacious interiors with luxurious furnishings; serviced by a full staff complement which includes a chef and host as well as a professional safari guide and tracker. Guests have the use of an open safari vehicle and can dictate their own game viewing schedule. The first new Singita Private experience includes 3 nights at Singita Explore and 2 nights at Singita Serengeti House. Singita Explore is a private-use tented camp on the plains of the Serengeti that is pitched in different locations during the year depending on the season and movement of game. Singita Serengeti House can comfortably accommodate up to 8 guests with a house made up of 4 suites. It features luxurious facilities with a spacious outdoor deck, large swimming pool and a private tennis court. The second new Singita Private experience combines Singita Lebombo Villa in South Africa and Pamushana Villa in Zimbabwe. The package includes 4 nights at Singita Lebombo Villa in the Kruger National Park and 4 nights at Pamushana Villa in Zimbabwe, including scheduled flights on Federal Air. Other premier properties included in Singita Private are Singita Castleton and Ebony Villa, both located in Sabi Sand Wildtuin in South Africa. Guests staying at Singita Castleton have access to their own private Land Rover and are looked after by an experienced field guide and tracker, a house manager and housekeeper as well as a private chef. The Singita Ebony Villa comprises two family suites which are connected by a spacious lounge which leads out onto a magnificent outdoor deck with an infinity swimming pool. Guests have access to a private safari vehicle and are looked after by a private guide and tracker as well a host, chef and personal waiter.
ENVIRONMENTALLY-FRIENDLY HOSPITALITYWherever possible, Singita endeavours to limit its carbon footprint and uses natural resources to power its operations. One example is a groundbreaking renewables energy project which has been introduced at Singita Sweni Lodge and Singita Lebombo Lodge in the Kruger National Park. The project harnesses the power of the sun to generate sufficient energy to power 15 suits at Singita Lebombo Lodge and 6 suites at Singita Sweni Lodge. More than 1 180 solar panels were installed which 7 are connected to state-of-the-art batteries and inverters. Two diesel generates provide back-up power on cloudy days or when the battery system runs low. Previously generators used at both lodges in the Kruger National Park guzzled up to 40 000 litres of diesel per month. Solar energy initiatives like the one pioneered in the private concession in the Kruger National Park will ensure Singita reduces its carbon footprint as well as generates power for neighbouring communities. Solar power systems are also a lot quieter than diesel generators so all you hear are the nocturnal sounds of the beautiful bushveld surrounds. Another groundbreaking initiative driven by Singita is a partnership with Tesla to start using powerpacks for sustainable energy. This is happening at Singita Lebombo Lodge and Sweni Lodge in the Kruger National Park. Using Tesla's Powerpack energy storage system, Singita forecasts it will cut generator usage in the Kruger National park by as much as 70%. Initiatives such as these will not only benefit the Singita Lodges in South Africa but also local communities. Singita is excited to be on the forefront of driving renewable energy usage in hospitality in Africa and hopes to accelerate the rollout of sustainable energy use to the rest of its operations in Africa.
ULTIMATE SAFARI EXPERIENCEGuests are taken on early sunrise game drives and late afternoon game drives in pristine bushveld which is home to the Big 5 which includes elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion and leopard and an incredible array of wildlife and birds. Sabi Sands is renowned for its extraordinary leopard sightings. Singita employs exceptional safari guides and bush trackers who are renowned for their professionalism and vast knowledge of fauna and flora in Sabi Sand Wildtuin and the Kruger National Park. Back at the Singita Lodges, your safari experience continues with guided bush walks in the surrounding bushveld. This is the ideal way to get close to the reserves precious natural resources and see the bushveld and animals and birds from a different perspective. Its also an opportunity to learn more from your guide about the finer details of the bush such as plants that make good toothbrushes, fruit that makes a delicious boozy drink and trees that help cure colds and coughs.
PERFECT PHOTOGRAPHIC SAFARISPhotography enthusiasts have over 30 000 hectares of pristine bushveld to explore and find the perfect shot. Most professional guides employed by Singita are themselves excellent photographers and are more than happy to help. Guests can rent camera kits suited to wildlife photography through the Singita Lodges in Sabi Sand Wildtuin and the Kruger National Park. They have equipment suitable for all levels of experience and includes cameras and lenses. There is also a Photographic Library at each Singita Lodge where you can look through your photographs and edit them as well as receive one-on-one post-production assistance and tips from a lightroom instructor.
GOURMET SAFARIMemories of the delicious food you're served at Singita Lodges last as long as memories of the spectacular scenery and incredible wildlife you see on your safari tour. Singita has adopted a fresh take on safari dining which puts its lodges on the culinary circuit. Not only are the meals delicious but they're prepared with every effort made to reduce the lodges ecological footprint and improve the lives of people in neighbouring communities. This includes sourcing fresh local ingredients and limiting dishes to sustainable produce. Singita's gourmet transformation started with the reopening of Singita Lebombo Lodge in the Kruger Park in 2016 where cutting-edge, energy-saving technology was incorporated into the design of the lodges kitchen. Similarly, Singita Sweni was re-designed to include a glass-walled contemporary kitchen and a range of experimental, artisanal cooking techniques were introduced. Culinary techniques used by leading chefs at Singita Lodges in Sabi Sands and the Kruger Park include everything from char-grilling, smoking and wok firing to curing, marinating, pickling and fermenting. Dishes are a decadent blend of European and African culinary cuisine which results in a unique Singita safari gourmet experience. High Tea at Singita Lodges are not to be missed. The creativity of the pastry chefs is outstanding and you'll enjoy everything from cinnamon doughnuts, chocolate macadamia cheesecake, mango to caramel Swiss roll and frozen guava parfait.
PREMIER WINE COLLECTIONSSingita is renowned for being one of Africa's most influential collectors of wine and boasts exceptional wine cellars which showcase the finest wines in South Africa from premier wine estates in the Cape Winelands. This includes sought-after private reserves, exclusive releases, limited single vintages and rare auction wines. Singita's experienced sommeliers guide guests through a variety of wine styles, vintages and cultivars to find the wines most suited to their individual tastes. Singita Lodges also have a service called Singita Premier Wine Direct which allows guests to order their favorite wines which can either be specially packed for guests as checked luggage or shipped directly to their home. Personalized wine tastings coupled with the unique ambiance of the temperature-controlled wine cellar isa special treat for guests. As part of its community upliftment ethos, Singita runs a special training program for local community members and is developing the next generation of Sommeliers in Africa. The training provides educational assistance, personal mentoring, formal wine training and access to Africa's finest wine program.
LUXURIOUS PAMPER SESSIONSSingita Lodges have exceptional spa and wellness facilities at their lodges which cater for guests wishing to reconnect with nature, revive their senses, restore their body and mind and explore Africa's unique health culture. Singita endorses products which are carefully selected for their environmentally-friendly ingredients and rejuvenating properties. They don't use any products tested on animals; favoring an organic range which harnesses the potency of Africa's legendary botanical heritage.
WORKING OUT IN THE BUSHSingita Lodges have well-equipped gyms on site which offer guests panoramic views of the surrounding bushveld. A good work out session coupled with the peace and tranquility of the pristine wilderness is an ideal way for strained travelers to shake off the excess of urban living.
FAMILY-FRIENDLY LODGESSingita Lodges are geared for the whole family and offer an array of exciting activities for children which are designed to be fun as well as educational. This includes the Mini Rangers course which introduces youngsters to the thrill of an authentic African safari. It includes lessons on animal tracks, a cosmic safari (the stars), learning bush survival techniques, wild flower pressing, frogging, catching and releasing butterflies and tree and bird spotting. Youngsters are awarded a Junior Rangers certificate at the end of the course. Other activities for the whole family include archery, cooking lessons, arts and crafts, board games, astronomy and stargazing and guided bush walks. Guests are in good hands with staff member who delight in creating fun adventures for everyone. Cooking classes are held at Singita Lebombo Lodge and Sweni Lodge in the Kruger National Park in state-of-the-art kitchens. Guests spend time with an expertly-trained chef and recreate a few of Singita's signature dishes. The best thing about joining a cooking masterclass at Singita Lodges is all funds raised from the courses are used to support local communities in the area through the work of the Singita Community Culinary School.
QUALITY BOUTIQUE AND ART GALLERYEach lodge has a beautiful boutique and art gallery which is a treasure trove of collectible sculptures, home ware and furnishings as well as authentic African carvings and handmade jewelry made by local craftsman. Singita prides itself on the fact that these aren't your run-of-the-mill curio shops. You'll find artwork by respected African artists and array of unique quality items.
VALIDITY PERIOD 01 NOVEMBER 2018 – 31 OCTOBER 2019
|Singita Lebombo Lodge||Rates and Tariffs|
|Suite | double/twin | number of units 13 | per adult per night||ZAR30 250|
|Suite | double/twin | number of units 13 | per child per night||ZAR15 125|
|Double Room Suite Suite |2 Doubles / twins | Maximum 2 adults & 2 children | per suite per night | 1-3 guests||ZAR90 750|
|Double Room Suite Suite |2 Doubles / twins | Maximum 2 adults & 2 children | per additional adult per night||ZAR30 250
|FDouble Room Suite Suite |2 Doubles / twins | Maximum 2 adults & 2 children | per additional child per night||ZAR15 125
|Villa | Private use of the 2x two bedroom suites | 4x doubles/twins | maximum 8x adults | per villa per night | per villa per night||ZAR242 550|
|Tourism levy | per person per night||ZAR70|
|Extras||Rates and Tariffs|
|Private Vehicle | per vehicle per day||ZAR15 000|
|Pilot / Guide Accommodation | per person per night||ZAR2 400|