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Singita Ebony Lodge

Get Private Access to South Africa’s Untouched Wilderness

Together, South Africa’s Kruger National Park and the adjoining Sabi Sand Reserve make up some of the most breathtaking wilderness areas in the country. The natural beauty and abundant wildlife of this region is carefully protected by skilled conservation teams, making any safari here richly rewarding for travellers. With five award-winning Singita lodges between the two...

An Eye for Detail: Sharpen Up Your Wildlife Photography Skills at Singita

Many of the visitors to Singita’s five reserves and concessions across Africa are budding shutterbugs, if not experienced wildlife photographers in their own right. Capturing the many extraordinary moments that come with exploring the kind of pristine wilderness areas under our care is one of the best parts of any Singita safari, but it can...

Big Cat Country: The Leopards of Singita Sabi Sand

“You can lie out on the bare ground and look like a heap of pebbles. You can lie out on the naked rocks and look like a piece of pudding-stone. You can lie out on a leafy branch and look like sunshine sifting through the leaves; and you can lie right across the centre of a path and look like nothing in particular. Think of that and purr!”

The leopards of Singita Sabi Sand

In the Kitchen at the Reimagined Singita Ebony Lodge

The recent reimagining of Singita Ebony Lodge has created a contemporary safari experience unlike any other, combining the romance of a tented camp with the style of a classic bush lodge. This more modern interpretation of an African wilderness adventure is reflected throughout the lodge, including in the approach taken by the talented kitchen team.

The Radical Reinvention of Singita Ebony Lodge

As part of a new vision for its offering in the Sabi Sand, Singita recently unveiled a complete re-design of its original lodge, Singita Ebony, in South Africa. This property is where the story began 22 years ago and completes Singita’s reinvention of its private 45,000 acre game reserve within the Sabi Sand, following the 2014 renovation of Singita Boulders Lodge and Singita Castleton.


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