Singita Ebony Lodge
Scale of 90-100
Refined riverside enclave comprising 12 suites. Decorated in contemporary and indigenous styles, expansive air-conditioned rooms promote the feeling of proximity to nature with glass and canvas walls, animal-print fabrics, outsize wildlife photography and African artifacts. Marble baths provide tubs and indoor-outdoor showers; private observation decks offer plunge pools. Public areas feature a black-and-white color scheme and include a pool, spa, gym, magnificent lounge and library. Sumptuous modern-African cuisine, complemented by a notable wine cellar, is served in a candlelit dining room or beneath the stars. Game drives in open Land Rovers; also guided safari walks. Villa with two suites, living area, swimming pool and private guide, vehicle, chef and butler also available.
Read the full review from our editors.
The luxurious accommodations; the exceptional cuisine; superlative wildlife-viewing for the so-called “Big Five.”
The property can seem more like a luxury resort than a wildlife lodge. In consequence, some guests go on a single game drive, then spend the rest of their stays poolside.
Good to Know
When the rains end in February/March, the bush is very thick and the animals are much harder to see. The best months for game-viewing are July through September.
Singita Ebony Lodge Features:
- Airport transfers
- Children welcome
- Fitness center
- Meal plan offered
- Private airstrip
- Private pool
- Tented camp
Average Mid-High Season Rates (including taxes):
Suite for two, $4,300 (all meals, wines and spirits, two game drives daily, road transfers and laundry included).
All meals and beverages (excluding French Champagne); Game drives and safari activities; Laundry and valet services
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