Set on the edge of Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park, the two properties offer easy access to the majestic silverbacks, plus plenty of cushy perks.
No jostling with fellow guests to get that perfect game drive shot here.
Singita Sweni is redefining luxury in the bush with a radical new look.
The one-of-a-kind properties on this once-in-a-lifetime adventure for Robb Report readers…
Since 1993, when Singita debuted its first lodge in the Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve, the luxury safari brand has become the authority on refined African retreats. The six-cottage Singita Castleton (+27.21.683.3424, http://www.singita.com), which opened in October as the South Africa–based company’s third camp in Sabi Sand, is its most exclusive lodge to date. First […]
With a few quick turns of the wheel, Lee Bennett steers his Land Rover away from the airstrip at Singita Grumeti Reserves, over a wooded hill, and out to the infinite savanna of northern Tanzania. Gesturing as he goes at the passing wildlife—a herd of zebras here, a troop of baboons there—the safari guide launches […]
Singita Lebombo and Sweni Lodges, Kruger National Park, South Africa Singita’s Lebombo and Sweni lodges—two sister camps located on the remote eastern edge of Kruger National Park—represent the ultimate combination of refinement and authenticity in the African bush. The camps, separated by about 750 feet, consist of 21 stunning, glass-enclosed suites, where hand-blown Murano glass […]
The spectacle of Sabi Sands unfolds almost as impressively from your vantage inside Singita Ebony’s air-conditioned suites. Suites feature large picture windows with views of the savanna, 15-foot-high cathedral ceilings, cool stone floors, oversize mahogany beds, and fireplaces that open onto the bedrooms and sitting areas. Ebony’s twice-daily game drives may entail tracking lions, leopards, […]