Singita Lebombo Lodge – South Africa
Singita Wildlife reports say that after experiencing a long dry winter, rains are starting to pour down the region, thus trees start to turn green, flowers begin to blossom, and animals are back again after the lazy winter break.
The Kruger National Park, home to Singita Lebombo Lodge is a hidden paradise in the heart of South Africa. Apart from the 15 astounding suites enclosed with enormous glass walls and furnished with mixed modern and native pieces of furniture, the view of the vast greenery and the wilderness are such a breathtaking scenery to relinquish. Moreover, the approaching new season will add more beauty to the surroundings. Better not let it pass.
Images: Singita Lebombo Lodge
Like a collection of eagles’ nests perched along the rugged cliff faces above the N’wanetsi River, Singita Lebombo Lodge looks out regally across the landscape. This boldly dramatic lodge, home to fifteen loft-style suites, is situated on Singita’s private concession in the Kruger National Park. The exclusive concession is a richly diverse habitat, teeming with game, beneath endless African skies. Imaginative wood, steel and organic interiors, all encased in glass, create a stylishly contemporary feel in the suites and make the most of the astonishing views overlooking the river.