We have spent two nights at Singita Sweni and loved every minute. The lodge is small (6 rooms) so it is very quiet and intimate – perfect for honeymooners and couples wanting a romantic setting. The staff were fantastic – nothing was too much trouble – and the rooms are spectacular. The design is contemporary rather than traditional, but it worked for us and we loved the outdoor shower. You can sleep outside on the deck if you want, but we didn’t try that ourselves. The Singita concession in the Kruger Park has quite a varied topography, and we saw plenty of game: two big prides of lions, huge numbers of elephants, plenty of rhino (ten in one game drive!) and lots more besides. Alex (my wife) visited the spa for a massage and swears that it was the best she has ever had (thank you Kate). We didn’t have any trouble with mosquitos (neither of us were bitten) and I can’t really point to any downsides. Thank you, Nigel, Nico and Glass, for a superb stay – we hope to be back again soon!

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