Singita Lebombo Lodge is in a private concession situated along 15,000 hectares (33,000 acres) in the south eastern part of the Kruger National Park, a slice of pristine wilderness.
The lodge has been designed around the theme of a luxury eagle's nest, allowing for elevated views over the Kruger National Park. Accommodation consists of 15 cliff-side double suites each with an en suite bathroom and shower, outside shower, mini bar and fridge, room safe, air-conditioning, overhead fans, direct dial telephones and a game viewing deck.
Activities include morning and afternoon game drives and guided bush walks through the varied habitat in the shadow of the Lebombo Mountain range. The rocky outcrops provide a unique habitat for a range of diverse animal species. This concession is home to the 'big five' including the famous mountain pride of lions. There are also elephant, buffalo, leopard, white and black rhino, cheetah, hyena, giraffe, zebra, waterbuck, hippo, wildebeest, kudu, crocodile and many other mammal, reptile and bird species.