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Poised over one of Africa's most dramatic landscapes in the Kruger National Park's glorious south-east, Lebombo Lodge is set against a country that is abundant in water, antelope and big cats, with colours that shift with the changing seasons. Lebombo was created as a transient witness to the land, constructed of steel, glass and wood in reverence to the African expanse before it. Walkways snake their way along a ridge dotted with surreal euphorbia that praise the sky, to lofts clasped like eagles' nests to the mountainside. Sparsely adorned spaces created of wall-to-wall glass; the suites are places of interaction with a wilderness that echoes to the soul.
The full-suite rooms can be described as elevated lofts, constructed primarily with glass and wood. These include various dining and living areas, wine cellars, a fully equipped gymnasium and a state-of-the-art health spa overlooking the confluence of the rivers.
Our Rates Include •Luxurious en-suite accommodation, breakfast, lunch and dinner, all drinks (including premium wines, spirits and liqueurs, but excluding French Champagne) •Land Rover safaris, mountain biking and bush walks accompanied by an experienced guide •Laundry and valet services •Road transfers to and from Satara airstrip Our Rates Exclude •Telephone calls •Air transfers to and from the lodge •Spa treatments •Use of a private Land Rover •Certain special meal requests •Purchases from the Singita Boutique & Gallery •Tourism Levy of R55 per person per night
Amenities & Services •There is a swimming pool in the main lodge area •Spa and gym facilities are available •The Singita Boutique & Gallery •There is a television available in the main lodge area •Dependent upon area coverage, there is mobile phone signal •There is complimentary internet (WiFi) access, however due to the remote location of the lodge, the wireless connection can be slow and intermittent •Electricity/power available: 220V. Converters are also available and hair dryers are supplied in each suite •Children aged 10 and over are welcome. All normal safari activities can be tailored to suit families. In the interest of safety, children's participation in game activities is at the discretion of your guide. Facilities: Lounge and timber-deck dining area overlooking the N'wanetsi / Sweni Rivers, bar area and open boma, gymnasium, health spa, library with internet facilities, wine cellar and swimming pools. Internet, satelite TV and fax facilities are available to our geusts at all lodges.Check-in/Check-out times & Lodge Closure The lodge is open year-round Check-in time: 13h00 Check-out time: 11h00 Private land rovers: The sole use of Land Rovers can be arranged upon request, subject to availability, and will be at an additional charge.
What to wear: (May to September -approximately 3C - 22C / 37F - 72F) Very warm insulated parkas and scarves for the night safaris. Light sweaters, jeans and shorts for everyday wear. (October to April - approximately 15C - 38C / 59F - 100F) Cool cotton clothing, t-shirts and shirts (preferably in neutral colours) Jeans or trousers for evening wear (temperatures can drop to around 18C / 64F)
Children: Children under 10 years of age are not permitted unless the lodge is block-booked by the same group or family. Children under 12 sharing with adults: less 50% of tariff, only if the lodge is block booked. Extra beds in the suites cannot be provided.April – October Traditionally the dry winter months. Normally best for game viewing, due to the shorter grass, lack of foliage and the absence of water which forces the game to concentrate around the remaining sources of drinking water. December – March Annual rainfall, usually in the form of short afternoon thunder showers that clear up within an hour, occur from December to March. Many species give birth to their young around the start of the rains, so the bush is alive with newborn animals.