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Singita Boulders Lodge

 
One of the most luxurious lodges in Africa; Singita Boulders Lodge is situated in a grove of giant ebony and knobthorn trees above the steep banks of the Sand River in the game rich bush of the Sabi Sands Reserve.
Guest suite bedroom with canopy bed

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Freestanding bathtub overlooking plunge pool deck

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Exterior of guest suite at night illuminated inside

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Luxury Safari Suites

Sleeping just 24 people, Singita provides an exceptionally high-quality safari experience. The airy main lodge has sweeping views over the river and open plain beyond, with a leisure deck overhanging the river — an ideal venue for relaxation and dining al fresco. Each of the 12 luxurious suites has a very large bedroom, lounge and bathroom, all air-conditioned and with wonderful views across the Sand River. Each suite also has a private pool.
Luxurious lounge in Singita Boulders main lodge with grey couches and granite fire place

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Wine glasses and table setting details

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Indoor dining room at Singita Boulders with grey stone walls and small tables with stools

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Superb Singita Style and Service

Singita Boulders has an extensive wine cellar, a library and reading room, a health club with gymnasium and a beautiful pool cantilevered off a riverbank. The standard of cuisine at Singita Boulders is exceptional and delicious meals can be enjoyed in the privacy of your suite, in the dining lodge, around the open air boma, or you might be treated to a surprise dinner in the bush.
Game drive near huge male leopard coming down an embankment

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Safari guests enjoying gin and tonic drinks at sunset in a grassy field

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Close up of giraffe face spraying water from its mouth while drinking

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Extraordinary Activities and Wildlife

The large Singita private reserve provides some of the most exciting and diverse game viewing experiences anywhere in Africa, enjoyed in the company of highly expert guides by open vehicle. You can also enjoy exciting night drives using a spotlight to encounter nocturnal species such as aardvark, porcupine and leopard on the prowl. You can also enjoy fascinating walking or mountain bike safaris when your guides’ knowledge and experience becomes most apparent as he explains the difference between a leopard track and a lion track. The bush is very diverse and occasionally you will cautiously track an elephant or giraffe or other creatures, or pause for twenty minutes or so under cover, watching animals coming down to a waterhole to drink or interact.
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