Steeped in story, Singita Castleton was once the private residence of the Bailes family. This exclusive-use home beautifully captures the spirit of the original stone-walled farmhouse through a modern lens. Combining casual elegance with a light and airy atmosphere, it is the perfect option for families or groups of friends needing time-out and connection. Living areas extend outdoors onto deep verandas overlooking tranquil lawns and a busy waterhole frequented by game.

Boulders Lodge

Singita Boulders pioneered a new interpretation of the safari lodge experience by echoing Africa’s raw beauty in every aspect of design. Today, the lodge stands proudly as a testament to the brand’s evolution. Twelve glass-fronted suites give front row seats to the soothing shapes of ancient boulders scattered along the riverbank, while spacious interiors with handmade furnishings and soft, natural fabrics mirror the raw and powerful beauty of the landscape.

Ebony Lodge

The Singita story began in 1993 with the opening of Ebony Lodge. The founding lodge has evolved organically since the early days and features a contemporary take on the classic romance of safari camps. Situated in Sabi Sand, guests have access to 45,000 acres of pristine wilderness renowned for high concentrations of wildlife. Ebony Lodge consists of 12 luxurious suites featuring glass and canvas walls that open onto expansive decks with plunge pools and uninterrupted views of the Sand River.