SABI SAND GAME RESERVE, GREATER KRUGER NATIONAL PARK – PRESTIGE
In the local Shangaan language Singita means “The Miracle”, which is a fitting name for this intimate and very exclusive wildlife experience.
Located in 18,000 hectares in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve, on the western border of the Kruger National Park, Singita is a member of Relais & Chateaux and boasts three resplendent lodges: Ebony, Boulders and Castleton, each completely distinctive in style yet, sharing the same superlative standards. Ebony and Boulders both comprise of nine exquisitely appointed suites – all expansive and very private with en suite bathroom, outside shower, double-sided fireplace, mini-bar, air-conditioning, separate living area, spacious deck and private plunge pool. Castleton Camp is an exclusive-use property, accommodating up to 12 guests.
Ebony Lodge has been built in a colonial-style with an all weather dining area, which can also accommodate guests from Boulders should the need arise. A stylish bar and Club Room provide guests with ample space to relax, whilst there is also a large deck area and inviting swimming pool with wonderful vistas.
Boulders has architecture and atmosphere that reflects a more modern African-contemporary style with the living room and timber dining deck area elevated and cradled in the branches of towering Jackalberry trees, overlooking the Sand River. Fine cuisine can also be enjoyed under the stars in a traditional African ‘boma’.
The reception area is located between the two lodges where there is also a well stocked craft and gift boutique and a health and fitness centre.
Castleton is a best-kept secret! It’s a sincerely inviting, comfortable hideaway that exudes timeless charm. The camp is booked as an exclusive villa and can accommodate up to twelve guests at a time. Guests enjoy fireside dinners in the boma and sundowners out in the bush, while children can have fun at the tennis court, swimming pool or trampoline.
Activities at all lodges include early morning and afternoon/evening game drives conducted in open 4-wheel drive vehicles and bush walks.
Tel: 01778 382 764