Singita Game Reserves – in South Africa – are made up of four beautiful lodges and one extraordinary camp. These four lodges and one camps are situated in two game-rich areas of Southern Africa.

The first area, which is renowned for the best leopard viewing in the world, is known collectively as Singita Sabi Sand. It is home to the Singita Ebony Lodge – which was (if you remember your Singita history) the founding lodge – Singita Boulders Lodge and Singita Castleton Camp.

The second area, located in the far-east reaches of the Kruger Park, is Singita Kruger National Park. Here you will find Singita Lebombo Lodge and Singita Sweni Lodge. The remote wilderness, of Singita Kruger National Park, is well known for its high concentration of lion and its other unique fauna and flora species.

Lions at Singita Kruger National Park


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