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Singita Ebony Lodge is the founding lodge of the premier Singita brand and has award-winning safari lodge status. The bohemian lodge is placed in the beautiful and game-rich location of the Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve, on the banks of the Sand River and in the shade of jackalberry trees.

Choose from morning or evening game-viewing drives or walks in the company of skilled guides and trackers as you search for Africa's Big 5, as well as an incredible variety of smaller game. Discover the landscape on a mountain-bike or for something different, you can even try your hand at archery.

Recent accolades & press

  •  Conde' Nast Traveler Gold List 2012 - Best for Service
  •  Conde' Nast Traveler Gold List 2012 - South Africa Hotels & Resorts - Readers Choice Rating
  •  Member of Relais & Chateaux
  •  Conde' Nast Traveler - Readers' Travel Awards 2013 – The Middle East, Africa & the Indian Ocean category - Ranked 12th
  •  Condé Nast Traveler - #2 in Top 20 Safari Lodges & Camps in Africa: Readers' Choice Awards 2014
  •  Condé Nast Traveler - #4 in Top 100 Hotels & Resorts in the World: Readers' Choice Awards 2014


  • Set in the exclusive Sabi Sands reserve on a private concession
  • Great area for leopard sightings
  • Boast some of the best safari guides
  • Exceptional personal butler service
  • Spacious, luxurious safari suites each with its own plunge pool
  • Extensive wine cellar with South Africa's top wines
  • An in-house sommelier choosing the best wines to accompany Ebony's magnificient cuisine
  • Be pampered at the Singita spa, offering an extensive range of treatments

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Singita Ebony gives a bohemian take on a traditional bush lodge, with large wooden decks overlooking the river.

The lodge also has a lovely communal lounge and a cosy library area – perfect for some quiet time. The décor features authentic tribal masks, colonial furniture and vibrant ethnic weaves with bright splashes of saffron, amber and crimson.

The swimming pool area has a very peaceful feel with a gently cascading waterfall and comfortable sun loungers. Workout in the well-equipped gym and be sure to set aside a few leisurely hours for an aromatherapy massage on your private deck.

General Facilities

    Swimming Pool
    Internet facilities
    Laundry service


Singita Ebony Lodge is known for its first-class cuisine, world-class service and fantastic wine cellar. Food is plentiful, and dishes are always elegantly presented. For breakfast you can have Eggs Benedict with a twist of biltong and chilli-infused hollandaise, or a berry and yogurt brûlée if you prefer something lighter.

Breakfast and lunch can be enjoyed on the lower deck overlooking the Sand River and the rugged African savannah. The lodge will also arrange a bush breakfast beneath the Marula trees, a star-lit supper alongside the boma fire, or even a romantic private dinner in your Suite.

Luxury Suite

With only 12 Suites at Singita Ebony, you can enjoy the peace and solitude of the forest and plains beyond your patio as you relax alongside your private plunge pool or inside beside the double-fireplace.

Each suite is configured slightly differently, but all suites feature huge windows, so you really get the feeling of being in the bush while being surrounded by luxury.

Luxury Suite AMENITIES

    Ceiling fan
    En-suite bath and shower
    Mini Bar
    Outdoor shower
    Outside area
    Private plunge pools

Other Room Types

The Lewis Suites are perfect for families. These suites are smaller and situated closer to the main lodge but include luxury amenities such as en-suite bathrooms with showers, private heated swimming pools, game-viewing decks and double-sided fireplaces.


  • Biking
  • Birding
  • Game drives
  • Guided walks
  • Local village visits
  • Specialist guides
  • Walking safaris
  • Animal tracking experience
  • dates rates from board basis
  • 01 Jan 2015 - 31 Dec 2015 $1430 Fully Inclusive

Our rates are per person sharing unless we note differently.

Please note, additional room types are also available. Family Suite,Lewis Suite,Two Bedroom Suite Request a quote for rate detail

Please treat all pricing as a guide only:

  • All rates are subject to availability and may change without notice
  • Single supplements may apply
  • Rates may be different for different room types
  • The most competitive rates for accommodation are available in our tailored packages

Request a quote or speak to one of our African Safari Experts for the best, most current rates available.

Traveller Reviews

  • We had an absolute wonderful time in Singita and the safary was outstanding. The Ebony lodge was fantastic and the service was excellent. I would recommend this safari to anyone.

    Christian Lenoble, February 2015
  • Singita lodge was everything we hoped for. The lodging was amazing, the staff were super friendly and accommodating and the food was outstanding.

    Shamir Patel, September 2012
  • We had a great time at Singita Ebony Lodge. It was our first time in the Kruger area and we fully enjoyed it. Great services, food, wines, etc at the lodge.

    Bertrand Meyer, April 2012
  • Singita lived up to our expectations, it was all around an extraordinary place. It is quite evident why it was voted the Number 1 hotel in the world. We were blown away.

    Mary Lennon, November 2011
  • The Kruger was awesome. Saw all the big cats very close up and were even there when lions took down a buffalo.

    Douglas Sinclair, September 2008

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Kiah Preyer

Kiah Preyer

Africa Safari Expert

"When it comes to prime location, quality of accommodation, and level of guiding, Singita Ebony Lodge exceeds all expectations. The absolute creme de la creme of the safari world!"



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Singita lodge was everything we hoped for. The lodging was amazing, the staff were super friendly and accommodating and the food was outstanding.

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