The original Singita lodge, Ebony stands on the banks of the Sand River in the heart of South Africa’s ‘big cat country’, adjacent to the Kruger National Park. A down-to-earth family home, its spacious interiors and secluded suites are styled with rich colours, making it an idyllic and relaxing retreat amidst 45,000 acres of land that’s home to big game and leopards.
The spa menu at Singita Ebony Lodge epitomises the beauty and tranquillity of the wilderness, with all treatments carried out in the spa therapy rooms using Dermalogica products. Body therapies such as massages, polishing scrubs, nourishing masks and signature African treatments can be enjoyed in the comfort of guest suites, out on a private deck or within the spa.
Singita Ebony Lodge is made up of just 12 elegant suites, each equipped with an array of home comforts. Two are perfectly suited to accommodate families with either teenagers or young children, while all feature en-suite bathrooms, an indoor-outdoor shower, private heated plunge pool and spacious game-viewing deck.
Game drives are the main attraction at Singita Ebony Lodge, giving guests the chance to discover wildlife including leopards, lions, rhinos, herds of buffalo, elephants, hippos, cheetahs and many species of birds. Guided safari walks and mountain biking are other great ways to explore the surrounds, and even the lodge’s gym has views of the bush. The swimming pool is the perfect place to sit back and relax while children enjoy activities like fishing, tracking animals and learning bush survival techniques.
Guests at Singita Ebony Lodge enjoy delicious breakfasts, lunches and dinners included in their room rate. There’s no need to lift a finger or search for a dining venue, as outstanding cuisine to suit everyone is served daily, and all drinks including premium wines, spirits and liqueurs, are also included. In fact, Singita’s cellars are home to some of the most sought-after private reserves and vintage wines South Africa has to offer.
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