Singita Lebombo Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TripAdvisor Reviews Singita Lebombo Lodge Kruger National Park
Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park
... Bushbuck, and a Yellow Billed Stork.
Our last full day in
the park and we saw Vervet Monkeys, Cape Buffalo,Giraffe, Nyala,
Impala, Warthogs, Elephants, Bushbuck, Baboons, Squirrels,
Waterbucks, Green Bee-eater birds, Klipspringer, Chameleon, Zebra and
as a final highlight a Lioness with two cubs. We then left the park
and drove 150 kms to get to the nearest town and stopped at a camp
for the ...
... see us a threat and would either run away or take an aggressive posture. The first large animals we drove close to were a crash (herd) of three rhinos. Needless to say, we were all pretty nervous when they walked just a few feet behind our jeep. We could almost reach out and touch them (although we didn't!). It was even more nerve-racking when we came upon a pride of lions that were still feeding on a buffalo carcass. The male and female lions would look right ...
When I was growing up in the 1950's there was a series on the Mickey Mouse Club about going to Kruger National Park in South Africa, From that time on it has been one my dream list of places to visit. Now I have arrived, ready to set out on ...
... eyes. They are so incredibly bright and too numerous to count. It looks like a river of stars gushing down an imaginary stream.
Every night you settle in and have a BBQ and drink. Well it is more you drink and have a BBQ as an after thought. You listen to the soft sounds of nature and breath clean air. Sleep a sound sleep and wake up and do it all again.
Marvelous barely sums it up. Thank you so much to my family for taking me.
... to traffic anyway.
What I was really searching for on this visit, though, was the cats - lion, cheetah and leopards. While the other animals just seem to hang out by the side of the road (or on the road), and are sometimes hard to miss (eg elephants or rhinos), the cats are much more tricky to spot and tend to stay out of sight during the day.
The visit started pretty well, a cluster of vehicles stopped along the road to peer at ...