Located in the middle of its own concession, Singita Lebombo sits high up on a hill with views east towards Mozambique and down the N’wantetsi River. Recently given a very thorough refurb, this is a highly eco-conscious lodge fully committed to engaging with the local community.
Singita Lebombo was always a forward-looking facility, using light woods and plenty of whites and creams to create a peaceful, textured-yet-sleek atmosphere. The shared areas – including swimming-pool, bar and dining-room – have all been further expanded, including plentiful decking from which to observe the wonders of Kruger. Following the refurbishments, however, Lebombo also offers a roof terrace and wine studio, library, 25-metre lap pool and a deli.
FOOD AND SERVICE
The kitchen is now headed-up by renowned chef Liam Tomlin, brought in to make it second to none in this already-well-catered region.
Accommodations at Lebombo consist of 15 glass-fronted, pole-roofed living pods suspended above the river. These offer contemporary chic at the very edge of the Kruger wilderness. The revamp has added to the mix a private villa featuring two family suites. Each suite boasts a private pool, two bedrooms and luxurious living areas including an open-plan kitchen. The private villa is fully staffed and afforded real seclusion by the mature trees that overhang it. Throughout all the accommodations, the feel is cutting edge contemporary: safari chic at its best.
Lebombo is now seeing an exciting revival in wildlife numbers, and activities include game drives, guided walks, bush picnics, bird watching and sundowners.
Singita is committed to making a sustainable difference to local communities and to protecting the environment and wildlife. Please refer to our Singita Boulders accommodation page for a detailed breakdown of its fantastic community and conservation work.