The lodges in Singita Kruger National Park were built on the promise to “touch the earth lightly”. This commitment has been manifested in the way the lodges were constructed; how they operate today; and how guests experience the wildlife and the natural habitat.
The company’s impact on the land is regularly monitored both internally and externally by the Kruger National Park and Singita strives for continuous improvement in this field. Singita Kruger National Park’s concession area is managed by the Park and Singita operates in accordance with the Park’s strict wildlife and environmental requirements, while playing an important role in preserving this precious asset.
Singita Lebombo suites have been designed around the concept of an eagle’s nest, allowing for elevated views over the Kruger National Park , the rocky outcrops of the Lebombo mountains, and the area’s trademark Euphorbia trees. Singita Sweni, on the other hand, lies close to the Sweni River. This tranquil sanctuary is built on stilts with decks of dark timber, giving it a grounded feeling of being integral to nature.