Singita Private Game reserve

Singita Game Reserve is a small reserve in the heart of the renowned Sabi Sands Private Game reserve from Kruger National Park. It is found in the wildlife abundant Mpumulanga province on the eastern escarpment near the border with Mozambique.

Like Sabi Sands Game Reserve and other smaller reserves within Kruger Park, Singita Kruger Game Reserve is crossed by the Sand river making way for acacia thickets, open grasslands and a few sand stone outcrops where zebras, antelopes and other wild animals are found.

Game viewing

Regular wildlife sightings within Singita Private Game reserve include zebras, elephants, lions, wildebeests, rhino, buffalo, giraffe, impala, warthog, African wild dog, eland, leopard, and many others. Many of Kruger National Park Wildlife crosses from one game reserve into another since there are no actual barriers within the park.

Singita Lodges and Accommodation

There are several safari lodges and camps within Singita game reserve but about 5 are popular with Singita Kruger visitors. Singita Ebony and Singita Boulders, are located within the Singita Sabi Sand Reserve. Other singita lodges include Singita Lebombo, Sigita Sweni and Singita Castleton Camp that faces the waterhole.

Singita Boulder’s Lodge is a famous safari Lodge in Singita Private Game reserve. It is built  near the wine cellar that occupies the place that was formerly under the sandstone boulders. The guests have iconic views of the Sand River, over the grass plains and also enjoy the serenity of the pond alongside the lounge. It has twelve suites with fitted bathrooms, running water, private lounge, Game viewing deck, swimming pool, gym and health spa and other incredible south African safari accommodation facilities.

Singita Ebony Lodge sands pout among the luxury safari lodges within Singita Sabi Game reserve. It has 12 air conditioned suites with fitted bathrooms, hot water showers, private lounge, game viewing deck and luxury Egyptian décor that will give you the relaxation you need after a hard day’s game drive.

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