Kiwi Collection Rate
- Automatic room upgrade upon arrival, when available
- Bottle of wine in room at check-in
- Internet fee included
Why Travel With Kiwi Collection
Singita Boulders Lodge overlooks South Africa's shallow Sand River in the middle of a 33,000-acre territory that boasts the highest concentration of wildlife in all of Kruger National Park. Singita Sabi Sand Game Reserve is accessible by car from Johannesburg (six hours), Hazyview (one hour), and Nelspruit (two hours).
About This Hotel
At the all-inclusive Singita Boulders Lodge, tracking the savanna's most elusive beasts is an everyday occurrence - as are first-class spa treatments, wine tastings, adventurous cuisine, and flawless luxury living.
Singita Boulders Lodge, hidden away in South Africa's Kruger National Park, lets you track the world's biggest beasts while retaining every possible hotel luxury you could want - including swimming pools for each suite, internationally trained sommeliers, and a South African wine cellar to die for.
The Singita Sabi Sand Game Reserve is home to high concentrations of lions, rhino, buffalo, elephant, and leopard. You'll get the chance to track them with knowledgeable guides in the mornings and evenings, when they're most active. You'll quickly find that midday hours are best reserved for relaxing by the pool to beat the heat.
Not to be outdone by more urban competitors, Singita Boulders Lodge even offers a fully equipped gym (with a full view of the savanna) and a diverse menu of spa treatments. Professional therapists are on hand to give you facials, deep-tissue massages, or scintillating body polishes - whether you want them before or after stalking Africa's biggest predators.
Outdoor Dining & Lounging Area
Swimming Pool - Outdoor
Hours of Operation are in Pacific Standard Time
Awards & AffiliatesSingita Boulders Lodge is part of Singita
Conde Nast Traveler - Gold List - 2016
Andrew Harper Readers' Choice Awards - Top International Hideaways (No.6) - 2015
Andrew Harper Readers' Choice Awards -Top 20 Safari Lodges and Camps (No.2) - 2015