Sabi Sands, South Africa

Singita Reserve

Offering one of the most prestigious and exclusive safaris in Africa

World Class Luxury in the Bush

Singita’s lodges and services consistently (and deservedly) receive top travel accolades. Singita in the Sabi Sands is where it all started with their most established operation here with BouldersEbony and Castleton Lodges.

Service is excellent with both of the two lodges offering a top level of guiding and a fully luxurious experience in the bush. Game viewing is excellent and well coordinated so that you have a great chance of seeing all of the Big Five.

Modern comforts are not foregone, indeed guests may be tempted to stay in the lodgings all day. Besides the excellent comfort and service, Singita is particularly famed for its excellent cuisine and wine, with a fantastic cellar on site, which is most definitely worth a visit during your stay.

All in all, this is a world-class safari which is hard to beat.


Luxurious all-suite accommodation, breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, teas and coffees

All drinks, including premium wines, spirits and liqueurs (excluding champagnes)


Curio shop

Swimming pool (heated)

Twice daily game drives with professional guides and trackers

Guided safari walks on request

Mountain biking and archery

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Places to combine Singita Reserve with

Cape Town

The Mount Nelson
The Grand Dame, heritage property of Cape Town, the Mount Nelson comes with bags of history and is perhaps the most famous hotel in the city. It’s set in large grounds and is made up of a number of different smaller buildings. Most rooms have been refurbished with a contemporary refresh, adding comfort and modern touches to the historic décor. The bar and restaurant have had a similar treatment making them a popular place to visit for Capetonians (a great sign for any hotel restaurant, particularly in the fickle and competitive Cape Town restaurant scene). From their vermiculture project and on-site beehives, to their use of locally produced organic vegetables, the hotel puts a strong emphasis on having a positive impact on the environment and local community. Rooms are very comfortable and spacious and are located in several buildings dotted throughout the large property and gardens. This makes it stand apart from other larger hotels in Cape Town as in this most outdoor of cities it’s great to have large, green gardens to take a stroll through and outdoor pools (and for the more active, there are also tennis courts). Though The Mount Nelson is very much a location in itself, the large grounds sit just a short stroll away from downtown and also the Kloof Street Area, which is famous among locals for excellent new restaurants and boutiques. Afternoon Tea at the Nelson (or Nellie as it is affectionately known) is a Cape Town institution and well worth trying.