Since its opening in 2003, Singita Lebombo has remained one of the top destinations for lovers of pristine and untouched wilderness and luxurious accommodation. Located on a 33,000-acre exclusive concession in South Africa the community has now extended to Lamai and Grumeti (Tanzania), Pamushana (Zimbabwe) and Sabi Sand (South Africa). Traditional African antiques, layered weaved rugs and Blixen/Finch Hatton overtones decorate the luxurious glass-and-steel boxes amidst planes of freely roaming elephants, zebras, giraffes, antelopes, wildebeests, lions and cheetas.
Starting at £1,104 for a stay at the lodge and £3,000 for a double room at the hotel – guests are treated to impeccable service and breath-taking views of unspoilt environment. Several one-bedroom suites, as well as private family villas with its own pool are available to choose from. One of South Africa’s most remote and wilderness-rich experiences offers a delightful alternative to traditional hotel accommodation for people who love the unspoilt beauty of nature coupled with uncompromising service.
An important part of the Singita experience is connecting people to nature as well as themselves. Relaxing SPA facilities are available and guests are treated to rejuvenating procedures that align body and mind with holistic and healing treatments. Full body massages, a state-of-the-art gym, trekking and running are some of the other possibilities for guests to get in shape while enjoying panoramic views of the unspoilt wilderness.
Whether staying at the modern Singita Lebombo hotel located on a cliff top and overlooking the picturesque N’wanetsi river or the Singita Boulders (in Sabi Sand) – guests will enjoy a personal and very attentive service by the highly-trained staff. The local African culinary delicacies are prepared to look as spectacular as they taste and inspired by Western traditions.
The rooms are spacious and provide beautiful panoramic view of the reserve, where migration routes of many prey species cross. Sightings of majestic and rare animals are common at the Singita, making it a truly one-of-a-kind luxurious safari experience.