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Singita Ebony

 
Singita Ebony 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. It is the original Singita lodge and retains its air of tradition and authenticity while also embracing modernity with its fresh and contemporary design.
Bedroom suite, Singita Ebony, Greater Kruger Region, South Africa.

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Deck and plunge pool, Singita Ebony.

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Bathroom, Singita Ebony.

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Spacious and traditionally-inspired safari suites

You will be accommodated in one of 12 immense air-conditioned suites that combine elements of tented camps and bush lodges. All the suites are decorated and furnished to an exquisite standard, with a large bed, wardrobes, dressing table, arm chairs and an open fire, and furnishings of course make use of well-polished ebony and mahogany woods. External walls are made from a combination of canvas and glass to maximise views and space and bring nature inside. There is a sumptuous en-suite bathroom, while outside each suite has its own private game viewing deck, giving you panoramic views of the surrounding country. Into this deck is set a private heated plunge pool.
Drinks by fire pit, Singita Ebony.

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Bar and lounge area, Singita Ebony, Greater Kruger Region, South Africa.

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Main pool, Singita Ebony.

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Enjoy the excellence that Singita are renowned for

The suites are linked by raised wooden walkways, enabling you move around in complete safety and the main dining lodge, bar and pool are also of the highest standard so that wherever you are you can enjoy the sights and sounds of the bush yet from a base of high comfort. The standard of cuisine at Singita is exceptional, and meals can be taken in the dining lodge or outside in a boma. The lodge’s wine cellar has several hundred bottles of vintage wine from South Africa and around the world.
Family game drive, Singita Ebony.

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Elephant, Singita.

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Lions, Singita.

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Explore a vast private reserve in the Kruger ecosystem

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 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 bush walks 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 varied and occasionally you will cautiously track an elephant, 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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