Singita Lodges – Opulent African Safari Lodges
Singita Lodges – opulent African safari lodges – where there is stillness, connection, well-being, and a sense of place. Below is a portfolio of lodges in South Africa, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, and Rwanda. If you are looking for an African Safari in a wildlife park, Destination Africa will put together an African Safari Holiday or African Safari Package that will create a lifetime of memories. Most of the lodges are child friendly and lend themselves to multi-generational family holidays.
For more information and bookings, including transfers, flights, and other bookings in Southern Africa, email Anthony at firstname.lastname@example.org and have a look at my two websites for more safari options:
Contents of this Singita Blog
1: Singita Lodges South Africa
2: Singita Lodges Zimbabwe
3: Singita Lodges Rwanda
4: Singita Lodges Tanzania
5: Singita Private Villa Collection
6: Singita Rates
7: Singita Promotions
8: Who owns Singtia
9: Singita Community Culinary School
10: Singita Boutique and Art Gallery
11: Singita Wildlife Reports
12: What to pack on a safari
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Singita Lodges South Africa
There are 5 lodges in the Kruger National Park area – the ultimate Kruger Park safari experience. Singita has some of the best bush lodges in South Africa.
Singita Lebombo Lodge
Situated on the eastern border of Kruger National Park and Mozambique on a private 10 000 hectare concession. The lodge has luxury suites, a family suite, and a private 4 bedroomed villa with its own swimming pool, dining area, and lounge. For more information and bookings click here
Singita Sweni Lodge
Singita Sweni Lodge is near Lebombo Lodge overlooking a river. The lodge has only 7 opulent suites, making it an ideal family safari holiday destination. For more information and bookings click here
Singita Ebony Lodge
Singita Ebony Lodge is the original safari lodge in the Singita group of luxury African safari camps. Situated in the Sabi Sands Game Reserve, an area renowned for its leopard sightings. The lodge has 12 luxury suites each with its own plunge pool and a family villa. For more information and bookings click here
Singita Boulder Lodge
Singita Boulders Lodge is in the world-renowned Sabi Sands Game Reserve. It has 10 luxury double suites and 2 family suites. Big5 sightings are common while on an African safari in an open safari vehicle. For more information click here
Singita Castleton is an opulent safari house sleeping 12 people. It has its own swimming pool, tennis court, fitness centre, spa, and many other amenities to make your exclusive use safari a memory not to forget. For more information click here
Singita Lodges Zimbabwe
There are 2 lodges in the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve
Singita Pamushana Lodge
Singita Pamushana Lodge is the 130 000 acre Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve, overlooking Zimbabwe’s remote southeast. There are 8 elegant suites with panoramic views of the lake below. The Wildlife Reserve is home to over 100 archaeological rock art sites. Famous for fishing expeditions, mopane forests, and majestic baobab trees. For more information click here
Singita Malilangwe House
Malilangwe House is perched on a hilltop alongside the Singita Pamushana Lodge in the remote Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve. This exclusive use 5-bedroomed house offers families and friends a relaxed and tailor-made safari holiday. For more information click here
Singita Lodges Rwanda
There are 2 lodges on the border of the Volcanoes National Park – gorilla trekking at its best
Singita Kwitonda Lodge
Kwitonda Lodge is set in Rwanda’s northeastern reaches, right on the edge of Volcanoes National Park. This puts you in easy access to a life-changing Gorilla Trekking experience. The lodge has 8 luxurious suites each with its own heated plunge pool. For more information click here
Singita Kataza House
Singita Kataza House is the ultimate exclusive private villa with 4 luxury suites in Rwanda’s most coveted location. Contemporary and rich textiles using striking local materials like volcanic rock, river stone, and oven-baked red bricks, connects the structure to its setting. The villa shares a 12 km border with the Volcanoes National Park. Your ultimate Gorilla Trekking safari is right on your doorstep. For more information click here
Singita Lodges Tanzania
There are 5 lodges in Tanzania
Singita Sasakwa Lodge
Where old-world elegance meets with contemporary charm. Built-in the style of a stately Edwardian manor house, Singita Sasakwa Lodge offers panoramic views and a sense of immense freedom and stillness. The lodge has 6 x 1 bedroomed cottages, 2 x 2 bedroomed cottages, 1 x 3 bedroomed cottage, and 1 x 4 bedroomed cottage. All these cottages have their own private plunge pool. There is a Hillside 1 bedroomed duel level suite with its own swimming pool, dedicated butler service, and private game drive and field guide. This lodge is child friendly.
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Singita Faru Faru Lodge
Set within Singita’s 350 000 acre private reserves in northern Tanzania, Faru Faru embodies a fresh take on African bush appeal and ushers in a new era of luxury. The lodge is in front of a busy water hole alongside the Grumeti River in the heart of the Serengeti. The lodge has 7 x 1-bedroomed suites, 1 family suite (2 adults and 2 children), and 1 x 2-bedroomed suite (4 adults) with a private pool. For more information click here
Singita Sabora Tented Camp
Africa’s most bespoke safari under canvas charts a visionary new course for luxury adventures under canvas. The camp provides you with a front-row seat to some of the most prized game viewing in Africa, including the Great Migration. The lodge has 9 Sabora Tents with sweeping views out across the Serengeti plains. Children over 10 years old are welcome.
Singita Serengeti House
Singita Serengeti House is a private villa with 4 expansive suites and is an exclusive Serengeti retreat for family and friends. this villa will be a life-changing retreat with loved ones. Your stay will be extra special with expert advice and guidance, personalized itineraries, and tailored services. Serengeti house is part of the Singita Private Villa Collection – see below for more information.
Celebrating the essence of East African safari adventures. Experience the most authentic ‘roughing it in great style’ the Serengeti has to offer. Escape from modern-day distractions and enjoy the thrill of camping in the most coveted wilderness settings. This private use 6 x1 bedroomed tented suit camp is configured to suit small groups of travellers.
Singita Mara River Camp
Laid-back luxury on the edge of the wilderness, Mara River Camp is situated at the northernmost tip of the Serengeti National Park on a 98 000 acre private concession. The 6 luxury tents provide you with an exceptional safari experience and you will feel in tune with the earth.
Singita Private Villa Collection
The following 7 lodges have exclusive use, Private Villas. They range from 2 bedroomed to 6 bedroomed villas.
Serengeti House Grumeti Tanzania
Singita Explore Grumeti Tanzania
Castleton Sabi Sand South Africa
Ebony Villa Sabi Sand South Africa
Lebombo Villa Kruger Park South Africa
Malilangwe House Malilangwe Zimbabwe
Kataza House Volcanoes National Park Rwanda
Singita Lodges has 15 different properties, all with different rates depending on the time of the year (low or high season). Below is the link to the detailed rates schedule for all their lodges. Hoedspruit Online will assist you in planning your trip including best recommendations, transfers, flights, and onward bookings. Click here for the detailed rates
Singita Promotions are all year round. You can stay for 4 nights but pay for 3 nights, stay for 6 nights but pay for 5 nights, or even stay for 10 nights and pay for 8 nights. Singita has a combination of stays, combining a stay at 2 different lodges to broaden your safari experience in different safari areas. For more information on the Singita Special Rates and Promotions, click here. Destination Africa will assist you with all your travel arrangements including flights, transfers, and onward bookings.
Singita Lodges – Your Singita – My Singita – Our Singita
Who owns Singita?
Singita began in 1925 when Luke Bailes’ grandfather bought a piece of land (Castleton) in what would later become Sabi Sand Game Reserve in South Africa.
Luke Bailes is the founder and Chairman of Singita Lodges, a leading safari company that operates in Africa. He is an expert in conservation and tourism and has been instrumental in the development of Singita’s lodges, camps, and concessions across the African continent in 4 different countries – South Africa, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, and Rwanda.
Luke Bailes has a passion for nature conservation and believes that tourism can help to protect wildlife habitats. He has dedicated his life to creating sustainable tourism experiences through his work with Singita Lodges. With Luke at the helm, Singita has become one of the most sought-after safari companies in Africa. From luxury lodges to mobile campsites, they offer guests unparalleled access to some of Africa’s most remote areas while preserving its natural beauty.
Singita Community Culinary School
Singita Culinary School is a state-of-the-art facility situated at Singita Lebombo Lodge. The facility is positioned between the lodge kitchen and dining room, constructed in the style of a demonstration studio. Every year they produce 10 internationally qualified Commi Chefs, all from the local community. The aim is that these graduates will one day become Head Chefs in a safari lodge.
Singita Boutique and Art Gallery
A key part of a far-reaching 100-year conservation vision. Most of the lodges have a Boutique and Gallery, offering guests a range of bespoke items featuring African artifacts, jewelry, and decor. The gift shops are full of bespoke items that will bring back memories for many years to come. For more information click here
Singita Wildlife Reports
Explore Singita’s four regions through the field guide and tracker’s monthly wildlife reports. Read about their personal accounts of their twice daily game drives where they have front-row seats to the most spectacular wildlife sightings in Africa. For more information, click here
What to pack when on Safari
Packing for a safari is not difficult, however always conscious of weight limits imposed by flights and transfers. You might be able to fly into the country with 30 kg of luggage but your small plane transfer might only allow you 15-20 kg. Saying that there are some essentials you must take with you.
1: Light-neutral clothing. No bright colours like bright red, purple, etc. Try to blend into your surroundings, don’t stick out.
2: Bring clothing you can layer in case it’s very cold during the early morning departure, and need to remove the layer as it gets hot. Similarly, it sometimes can get very cool in the evenings once the sun has set.
3: Sunscreen, lip balm, and hand cream. It can get very hot while on safari, but some areas get very cold early in the morning. most lodges do have these items for sale in their Curio shops, but it is better to take your own
4: Bring along a lightweight waterproof rain jacket, especially if you are going to an area during the rainy season. Rain jackets are provided on game drives, but it is always better to have your own rain jacket for emergencies.
5: Bring along comfortable closed walking shoes. Most safari lodges offer bush walks so you will want to wear shoes that you can walk in soft sand and over rougher terrain.
6: Binoculars and cameras are a must. Don’t forget to bring along your battery charger and extra batteries if you are keen on taking lots of photos. An extra memory card is always useful.
7: A small personal medical kit is always useful. Bring along medication for small cuts and burns.
8: Don’t forget your documents, including Medical Insurance, Medical Prescriptions, Passports, and Credit Cards (ensure the Cards are authorized to use in the country you are visiting)
Featuring unfiltered space and time, Singita’s award-winning lodges offer remote locations, complete privacy, and intuitive service at every turn. Each unique setting allows guests to truly connect with nature. You can experience Africa’s most pristine wildlife and wilderness up close.
At Singita, a sustainable world is one in which people enjoy happiness. Healthy lives within their fair share of the earth’s resources, leaving space for wildlife and wilderness. The long-term community development goal is to assist communities in thriving, both economically and socially. To preserve and protect large areas of African wilderness for future generations
Destination Africa offers you unrivaled luxury and exclusivity at the Singita Safari Lodges. We can assist with all your transfers from the Eastgate Hoedspruit Airport to the Singita Lodges in the area or to any of the other Singita Lodges. If you require assistance with forward bookings or suggestions/advice or any special requests, you just need to ask.
For the best luxury Singita safari lodge in South Africa and more information on Singita Lodges click here. To make bookings or enquiries for these magnificent lodges or other luxury exclusive lodges email Anthony at firstname.lastname@example.org. Otherwise, you can click here to go to my website for more safari lodge accommodation options. All bookings for 3 days or longer will get a 5% discount on your quoted rate from Destination Africa.
Singita Lodges – a place of miracles – is your African Wildlife Safari destination