Stories Of The Kruger | Singita Lebombo Lodge Private Camp

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The Singita Lebombo Lodge is at the cutting edge of bushveld design and architecture. It is situated in the 13 500-hectare Singita concession close to the Sweni and N’Wanetsi river systems, which means the area, abounds with wildlife. It is particularly well known for large prides of Lions.

The concession is situated in the southeastern part of the Kruger, and is close to the border of Mozambique. The closest main rest camp to the Singita Lodges is Satara.

Singita Lebombo is situated close to its sister Camp, the Singita Sweni Lodge.

Some of the information below has been obtained, with permission, from the Singita Lebombo Lodge website (Link above).

General Information On Singita Lebombo Lodge

The Lebombo lodge, situated on Singita’s private concession in the Kruger National Park, is home to 15 loft-style suites.

The design of these light-filled structures, floating between river and sky, was inspired by the many eagles’ nests built into the cliff face of the riverbank. Sophisticated and contemporary, the glass-walled suites are romantic hideaways leading outdoors onto elevated wooden viewing decks where guests may sleep out with nothing more than mosquito netting between them and the stars. Throughout the lodge, the imaginative use of glass, wood, steel, and layered fabrics in muted shades invites the surrounding landscape indoors.


  • There is a swimming pool in the main lodge area.
  • Spa and gym facilities are available.
  • The Singita Boutique & Gallery
  • There is a television available in the main lodge area.
  • Dependent upon area coverage, there is mobile phone signal.
  • There is complimentary Internet (Wi-Fi) access, however due to the remote location of the lodge, the wireless connection can be slow and intermittent.
  • Electricity/power available: 220V. Converters are also available and hair dryers are supplied in each suite.
  • Children aged 10 and over are welcome in all suites. Children under 10 years old are welcome in the Two-Bedroom suites and the Villa. All normal safari activities can be tailored to suit families.
  • In the interest of safety, children’s participation in game activities is at the discretion of your guide.
Singita Lebombo Lodge Activities

Game Drive

Activities At Singita Lebombo Lodge

  • Game Drives (Morning, sunset and night)
  • Stargazing
  • Community visits
  • Birding
  • Bush and Safari walks
  • Archery
  • Wine Tasting

Watching birds and animals from the lodge is an absolute pleasure and with all the activities available, you will not get bored. There is a boutique and gallery, day spa, huge swimming pool and even satellite TV, should you be interested in that sort of thing while you are in the Kruger National Park wilderness.

Singita Lebombo Black Backed Jackal Cubs

Jackal Cubs

Animal Experience At Singita Lebombo Lodge

You can view all sorts of small mammals that run around the lodge and animals that are within view of the Lebombo lodge itself.

The Singita concession consists of 2 lodges, the Sweni and the Lebombo. Wildlife in the concession is plentiful, and some of the amazing and usual mammals you should keep your eyes open for are:

  • Lions (Resident in the area)
  • Leopards (Residents in the area)
  • Spotted Hyaena (Residents in the area)
  • Cheetah
  • Wild Dog
  • Elephants
  • Buffalo
  • Hippo
  • Sable Antelope
  • Sharpe’s Grysbok
  • Civet
  • Large Spotted Genet
  • Small Spotted Genet
  • Black backed Jackal
  • Side Striped Jackal
Singita Lebombo Black Collared Barbet

Black-collared Barbet

Birding At Singita Lebombo Lodge

If you are lucky enough in the summer months you might be able to hear or see the Klass’s Cuckoo, amongst other Cuckoo species. There are also a wide variety of water birds close the lodge, especially storks: Black Storks, Openbill Storks, Saddle-billed Storks, Woolly-necked Storks and Yellow-billed Storks.

The camp is full of Sunbirds and a variety of other exotic-looking Kruger birds.

Due to the large amount of predators within the concession, you can expect to see a whole variety of Vultures.

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