Singita Lebombo Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Singita Lebombo Lodge Kruger National Park
Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park
... On a night tour with a guide that night, we saw 2 lioness' hunting and they almost got an Impala. Later, we saw a pride of 5 Lioness' who were hardly bothered by our spotlights and vehicle. They were just feet away, but we were up high in the vehicle. Just a week ago, an American woman was killed by a Lion in a private park in Johannesburg when she let one approach her car with an open window.
- It took a few days, but we've seen a LOT ...
... a minute later all the diners seated at the tables were abandoning them. The waiters did a great job of getting everything out of the wet and set up upstairs.
We decided while we were waiting for the tables we’d finalise our account – that took a while to do because the weather resulted in the line dropping out. When we finished we were shown our table but the rain was still coming in so more of the tables were moved in further.
... with Apple Crumble and Passionfruit Sorbet !
Elvis delivered the different courses separately and then came back to clear away. I asked him if all the other guests have this dining tonight and he said only those who spend two days or more, or if they request it. Turns out there will be a few who are surprised tomorrow night !
Very yummy and a great way to end a great evening safari.
Alarm set for tomorrow ...
... of the river. I couldn’t see it at all an it was only when I downloaded Doug’s photo where I could see him as clear as day !
Then up a slight rise where we saw a herd of Impala. Then closer to us and slinking through the long grass, Wanted spotted a Leopard … a quick call to Tinga Lodge to tell them and up the small hill we went, tracking the Leopard and around the corner.
It was a female Jabulani told us and ...
... hippo standing in the water hiding next to rocks, a large crocodile sitting partly submerged in the water and another smaller crocodile that was moving along with the current.
It was now time to get back in the car, Paul’s turn to drive and continue our travels through Kruger. Our next sighting was a herd of impalas, a dazzle of zebras and more hippos clumped together as they basked in the sun.
Paul then spotted a couple of elephants on top of a ...