Singita Lebombo Lodge

Private Concession, Kruger National Park, 1350, South Africa | 5 star lodge
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This 5 star lodge, located on Private Concession, Kruger National Park, is near Alanglade House Museum, Blyderivierspoort Hiking Trail, and Gone Fishin' Activity & Dive Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park

    Kruger Safari

    A travel blog entry by naomi.bristol.1 on May 22, 2014

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    Today is my first full safari day. I am hoping to see a lion. I had been to Africa in 1988 but never saw a lion. Spoiler alert: I saw lots of lions. It was a pride sitting along the side of the road blending in with the colors of the landscape. Lunch was at the visitors center. Sharing lunch with us were the monkeys. And I do ...

    Arriving at Kruger National Park

    A travel blog entry by janehudon on May 07, 2014

    9 photos

    ... National Park. The thatched cathedral-like entrance leads through to the colonial cosiness of the lounge, which opens onto the massive wooden deck overlooking the Sabie River, offering regular sightings of the resident wildlife, including members of the Big Five.

    We arrived at Tinga with only a short time to check in and have a quick bite before heading out on our first game drive at 4pm. We met our Ranger Ismael ...

    Kruger Park, Lower Sabie to Berg-en-dal

    A travel blog entry by annandjohnmoon on Mar 01, 2014

    4 photos

    ... where there was a little water gave us a excellent view of a pair of Saddle-billed Storks. Great photo of one of them in flight and landing face on to the camera.

    We arrived at camp exhausted. The main part of the camp with shop and restaurant proved tremendous but the chalet a little tired and rundown. A bright green 18inch long snake was on the lintel of the door but slinked off before picture or identification or indeed seen by Ann. The chalet had a very odd layout with ...

    Day 21 - Shingwedzi Camp

    A travel blog entry by nancy.peter on Sep 29, 2013

    5 photos

    ... and wasted so many matches trying to keep the charcoal lit. Since we were about to use all the newspaper, he started picking up dried leaves and branches which helped a little. Luckily, a camp employee cleaning up the camp told Peter he needed wood to keep it lit. So the camp worker helped Peter gather branches and started fanning the fire and it worked. The charcoal just helped to keep the heat even. We were grateful to the camp employee that helped us.



    A travel blog entry by tash-and-gav on Jul 19, 2013

    ... a leopard and Has bigger and sharper teeth than a lion! Unfortunately we didn't see any lions today but hopefully we will on our next drive 4 out of 5 of the Big 5 was a good first go. Back to the campsite for an amazing t bone steak and mashed tatties. Who thought camp food could taste so good? After tea we sat around the campfire and were told lots of stories of animal encounters by our tour guide Justin and King D our ...