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Hero Singita Boulders Lodge Pool

Set along the boulder-strewn banks of the Sand River in Singita’s privately owned reserve within the renowned Sabi Sand Game Reserve. Singita Boulders Lodge has a unique sense of place blending seamlessly with the African landscape. Timber framed, the organic pillars echo the twisting branches of the surrounding trees, whist infinity plunge pools echo the shimmering surface of the meandering river. The lodge itself is almost sculptural in appearance, channeling nature for a soulful African experience. A rich layering of neutral fabrics are used throughout the lodge, alongside the rough raw materials from which it is built, accented by handwoven and crafted pieces. The spacious villas feature large stone fireplaces alongside a grand four poster bed with enchanting views through the floor-to-ceiling windows. Expansive wooden decks and walkways invite continuous engagements with the surrounding wilderness, with inside and out appearing to merge through the expanses of glass. These luxurious suits invite you to relax in constant connection to the reserve. The large bathtubs offer expansive views allowing you to wash away the African dust sand as you watch the sun set. Drift off to sleep to the sounds of hippos grunting in the nearby river or the distant roar of a lion.

Set amongst 45,000 acres of untouched wilderness, you will enjoy a front row seat for frequent leopard sightings as well as encounters with a magnificent range of animals like rhino, lion, buffalo, hippos and wild dogs. Cool off during the heat of the day in the cool and calming waters of your private pool overlooking the beautiful landscape. Spend your days on guided walking and game drives before an evening of stargazing. Unpolluted by city lights revel in the expansive African heavens full of sparkling stars. With an award-winning collection spend an evening indulging in a personalised tasting experience. Singita boulders lodge offers you supreme comfort intertwined seamlessly with a minimalistic rawness of design and the earthiness of Africa.