Singita Sweni Lodge
How has this lodge rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Singita Sweni Lodge Kruger National Park
Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park
... could account for the red color.
Stopped at Crocodile Bridge and fixed ourselves a lunch with the help of the birds watching our every move and checking to make sure we did not drop a bite or leave anything unattended! Iced up for the evening and then off for more adventure.
Decided to drive down to Hippo Pools road which we have not done in quite some time. We did not see any hippo but on the opposite bank we did spy six lions ...
... breakfast in the middle of nowhere. A birthday to remember for sure - for all of us. The tree we were sitting under was one in which Pravir had spotted a leopard once! We scanned the branches and could see nothing - fortunately.
... to the Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge, stopping on the way for GG to get his lunch (a hot dog with very crumbly bread that GG struggled to unwrap with one hand while driving).
Once we got into the ...
... was even a tree across the road at one stage but Doug managed to get through.
We had some good sightings of Impala, rhino, giraffes, buffalo, zebras and as we came on to the tar seal, we could see quite a few cars lined up on a bridge. We joined them and before long, Natalie sighted a leopard lying in the shade of a tree watching a group of Impala in the muddy river bed. They crossed over to the leopard's side ...
... flavour of the day while also coming across giraffes, lions, and zebras. While the first game drive had been photo after photo of anything that moved, the six of us were now becoming far more selective in our interest. 'Oh, just another zebra' was heard more than once. Creating great excitement, was the impala lodged high in a tree, having been recently killed by a leopard and deposited there for safe keeping.
The air temperature rose quickly ...