Situated in the heart of the game rich Sabi Sand Private Reserve in South Africa, Singita Ebony Lodge prides itself on providing guests privacy and luxury. Found on the banks of the Sand River the exclusive property is in prime 'big cat country'. Ebony is the original Singita lodge and boasts interiors that are spacious and inviting, with a warm rich colour pallet.
Singita Ebony lodge possesses 12 elegant suites. There are 10 one bedroom suites and 2 two bedroom family suites, all of which boast a private plunge pool. Each air-conditioned luxury suite contains a spacious bathroom, indoor and outdoor shower, an expansive living area with fireplace, mini bar and fridge, private wooden leisure deck and private plunge pool.
The lodge offers guests a wide variety of facilities, including the cooling swimming pool in the main lodge area and relaxing spa and gym facilities. For quiet time, the library and wine cellar provide solace with the library also affording a connection to the outside world, housing computers and direct internet connection. The lodge does offer WiFi, however it can be slow due to the property's remote location. Children of all ages are welcome at the lodge and baby-sitting services are available.
Approximately 5.5 hour's drive from Johannesburg, 1 hour from Hazyview and 1.45 min from the Kruger Mpumalanga Airport. Federal Air offers a daily return flight direct to Singita Sabi Sand from Johannesburg Airport and Kruger Mpumalanga Airport. Private air charters are available on request.
Early morning game drives; afternoon into spot lit evening game drives in open Land Rovers; guided bush walks; seasonal fishing and community tours.
Read what our previous clients thought of Singita Ebony Lodge
Review of Singita Ebony Lodge
Again, Ebony was a similar standard and level as Sweni, but was a great contrast and felt really different. The safari here was more accessible (we saw more) but didn't have quite as wild a feel as Sweni. A great contrast.
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