Featuring some of Africa’s most magnificent wildlife, Singita Ebony Lodge in Sabi Sand is the ideal setting for family vacations in the bush. Here, shared encounters within nature, tailor-made activities, the utmost privacy and personalised dining allow loved ones to truly connect, while creating memories to last a lifetime.

Nestled among towering trees on the banks of the Sand River, Ebony Lodge is located in the heart of South Africa’s big cat country. It offers excellent game-viewing with twice-daily game drives that offer a front-row seat to this vast wilderness.

Every aspect of a family safari at Ebony Lodge is individualised, including the thoughtfully planned accommodation. Spacious two-bedroom family suites cater for families with small children, while the two Lewis suites, situated right next to each other, are ideal for those with teenage children.

Multigenerational groups preferring complete exclusivity and flexibility can opt for Ebony Villa. Comprising two family suites, it sleeps eight and is perfect for four adults and four children. The villa includes a full private staff complement, private game vehicle and Field Guide, as well heated plunge pools, a stone fireplace and its very own private boma for unforgettable dinners under the stars.

All suites are decorated in Ebony’s signature style – a contemporary interpretation of the romance of classic safari lodges. Canvas walls and expansive glass doors and windows allow guests to be fully immersed in the surrounding landscapes.

Guests have exclusive access to 45,000 acres of pristine wilderness and the lodge offers a world of discovery for young explorers. Personalised itineraries are planned according to each family’s wishes, and also take children’s ages and special interests into account.

Family mealtimes are cherished and the option to share sumptuous platters ensures relaxed feasts. The lodge’s menus are completely adaptable for children, with requests for homemade burgers, helping to roll out dough or baking their own pizzas being par for the course!

There are also mini tasting menus for little ones; and elegant multi-course dinners for their parents, which are perfectly paired with exquisite wines from Singita’s renowned cellar.

Children of all ages are welcome at the lodge and the Singita Mini Rangers’ Course is filled with activities ranging from tracking to birding and bush survival skills.

All Singita lodges and villas offer babysitting facilities, allowing parents to enjoy some downtime for massages, discover world-class wines during tastings or simply relish the solitude of their suite with its breathtaking views of the bush.

PROMOTION: Stay 5 nights, only pay for 4. Enjoy the best of two pristine wilderness areas with Singita.

Guests booking a combination of five nights between Singita Ebony Lodge in Singita Sabi Sand and Sweni Lodge in Singita Kruger National Park will receive one of the nights and one flight per person between the lodges complimentary. A minimum of two nights is required at both lodges and the promotion is valid for travel until 19 December 2019 & 6 January – 14 December 2020. Enquire now >


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