Singita Sweni Lodge offers six suites; all the suites are en-suite with an inside and outside shower, bath, mini bar and fridge, room safe, air-conditioning, overhead fans, direct dial telephones and game viewing deck with a day bed. All the suites have direct dial telephones and free Wi-Fi.
Things To Do
Game Drives: Hop on board an open-air Land Rover for and experience South African wildlife first hand. Whether you’re and early bird or a night owl, day and night tours are offered every day. As you drive through Greater Kruger National Park, have close encounters with leopards, lions, white and black rhino, elephants, hippopotamus, and cheetahs. Guided Safari Walks are also available.
Singita School of Cooking: Become a member of the community with a visit to the Singita School of cooking, a community development program that provides local youth with the skills to become a chef. Guest can also sponsor a student; sponsors will be able to stay in touch with students and receive progress reports.
Wine: Recognized as one of Africa’s biggest collectors of wine, Singita will arrange a personalized wine tasting guided by an experienced sommelier. Francois Rautenbach leads the curation of the collection while also training young sommeliers who are as enthusiastic about wine as he is.
Spa: Treat yourself to Ndzi Lorhe Africa (Dreamed of Africa), the signature treatment of Singita. The experience begins with a full body exfoliation, followed by a soothing body wrap, and finishing with a unique Inkaba balancing massage. Other holistic and healing treatments are available as well.
Other: Stay busy with on-site activities like taking a dip in the swimming pool or renting a mountain bike. Get a bullseye during an archery lesson, work out at the gym, and enjoy an evening under the South African night sky while star gazing.
Boutiques/Galleries: Pick up one- of-a-kind souvenirs at the curio shop where you will find irreplaceable African treasures. Bring the safari home with printed tapestries, jewelry, and painting all made by local craftsmen.