Discover Singita Boulders Lodge, well known for its leopard sightings, on the banks of the Sand River in Sabi Sands Nature Reserve. Your five-star safari starts here in gorgeous chalets built into the rocky hillside to blend in with the natural environment.
This premium safari accommodation on the edge of the Kruger National Park takes its name from the huge boulders scattered along the river banks – the architectural design has ingeniously incorporated these icons of nature into the magic of the chic eco interiors.
Committed to wildlife conservation, ecotourism and anti-poaching programmes, this family of lodges leads the way in the safari business. Tourists benefit in more ways than one: exquisite accommodation and amenities, jaw-dropping wildlife sightings, awe-inspiring outdoor and wellness activities, plus getting an eye into the goings of the conservation movements in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve and Kruger National Park.
View the Big Five and a plethora of other wildlife and birds moving between the Kruger and Sabi Sands Game Reserve. Splendid 4×4 game viewing drives and inspiring nature walks through this 18 000-ha wilderness. An oasis in the bush, a top safari lodge on Kruger’s border, where fossilised tree stumps are part of rustic furnishings and the bold elements of nature are evident in the amazing slabs of solid stone, wrought iron finishes and leather touches.
Singita Boulders Lodge is so natural that the birds want to come in – and the trees and the aromas of the wilderness! This is thanks to its cleverly designed glass walls and open-air spaces. Everything is created around the natural environment, blending in, inviting in, and ensuring that nothing is impacted too heavily by the humans who come there to observe and enjoy.
This design is part of the owners’ commitment to the emerging of ecotourism and conservation principles in a bid to preserve and protect Africa’s wilderness. Ever since the first Singita lodge was opened in 1993, the owners have been leaders in eco-conscious hospitality and building a good relationship with local communities who can then benefit from tourism and nature conservation too.
Welcome to 12 contemporary suites promising a warm natural effect in the use of straw items, neutral natural shades, and raw wood, metal and stone designs. Lavish bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, private sitting rooms, double-sided fireplaces, mini bars, air-conditioning, overhead fans, and game viewing decks with private plunge pools overlook the magical wilderness. Softness comes in the sheepskin rugs and quality linen additions to the beds and sofas.
Special guests will never be bored at Singita Boulders as the Lodge brings exercise and wellness to them – a chic spa, modern gym, swimming pool, gallery and wine shop. Guests can enjoy 360-degree views from most parts of the natural stone lodge, and the vast sun deck offers the perfect spot from which to observe wildlife drawn to the Sand River. The quiet pond beside the thatched lounge area brings in light and birdsong and amazing bush aromas too.
Everything in the design and décor at Boulders Lodge has a contemporary air of tranquillity that honours Africa in an authentic way. Inspiring the name Boulders was an enormous boulder that sat right in the middle of the place where the wine cellar was to be built. A simple decision was made to build the cellar around the boulder!
This eco lodge with the lavish detail is also child and family friendly. Select a tailor-made family safari where children benefit from learning so much in the biggest classroom in the universe, nature. Families bond and share special moments of natural wonder and enlightenment and they want to take action for the planet when they leave. Game rangers introduce the entire family to the sensory delights of the safari drive and nature walks in the Singita Sabi Sand wilderness.
Singitia is also committed to the preservation of wildlife, and this means controlling the scourge of poaching that has hit South Africa. Privileged guests can visit the anti -poaching canine unit for a session of interaction and hearing the stories of their work in the reserve. Children will love the part where they get to go on a tracking exercise with the dogs and their handlers!
On the banks of the Sand River, built into the rocky hillside, Singita Boulders Lodge blends in with the environment, making as little impact as possible but inviting tourists to feel extra special when they come to enjoy the game.
Dedicated to conservation of all life, preservation of all wilderness and the upliftment of local communities, Singita is a leading brand adjacent to Kruger National Park. Go out twice daily on thrilling 4×4 safari game drives through the 45 000-acre Singita Sabi Sand to find all kinds of life and habitats.
The lodge has been cleverly designed to incorporate plenty of light, space, peace and natural flow, copying the natural South African environment outside. Here is an oasis in the wilderness where nature’s raw beauty has been transformed into an art – guests peer through walls of glass to see animals in their natural habitat.
Exclusive accommodation in 12 double suites offers en-suite bathrooms with outside showers to boot, double-sided fire places, airconditioning, swimming pools and decks on which to relax all day in the sun. Singita Boulders Lodge offers every guest something grand, something earthy and something arty.
Families are encouraged to take special packages to enjoy time together in the bush on safari. There are wellness options, spa therapies, a gym, a delightfully cool swimming pool and many stimulating activities for the kids to get involved in.
The bush setting here in South Africa is perfect for all those who have a passion for nature – and dedicated staff make sure every guest is happy. Think first class service, food and wine and then think, contentment! Look out over incredible grasslands to see the lion, the cheetah and the elephant – nature’s grand creatures – from a place of comfort and luxury.
Certainly, the best experiences at Singita Boulders Lodge in Sabi Sand Game Reserve are the daily game drives where local trackers find Africa’s incredible wild animals. Bush walks also take guests close to wild animals, tracking their spoor on foot and finding time to appreciate the landscape surrounding one.
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