Singita Boulders


Situated on the banks of the Sand River, Singita Boulders was redesigned in 2014 taking inspiration from the lodge's natural surroundings.  

The result is a striking and beautiful space where the lodge and nature merge with pared down interiors with hues of ochre, chalk and copper and contemporary artwork sits alongside dramatic furnishings of solid stone, fossilised wood, wrought iron and leather.

The twelve suites are designed to maximise privacy and to create tranquil spaces inspired by and celebrating the natural surroundings in which they sit.

The stunning design of the lodge, combined with Singita's legendary service and cuisine, produces a unique luxury safari experience.


Our Thoughts

The striking contemporary, organic design of Singita Boulders takes luxury safari lodges to a new level.

  • Swimming pool
  • Spa
  • Gym
  • Boutique
  • Wine cellar and boutique
  • Gallery
  • Library
  • WiFi

Whether dining outside on the deck or enjoying a bush dinner, meals at Singita Boulders are of the highest quality and are complimented by some superb wines from the lodge's extensive cellar.

Singita Boulders has a total of twelve suites including two family suites which each have two bedrooms.  The natural feel and design of the lodge continues in these private spaces with furniture fashioned from wood and stone while contemporary art adds another layer of luxury and style.

  • Game drives
  • Walks
  • Mountain biking

Children must be 10 to stay at Singita Boulders – however it is great for families. They have specific family accommodation which consists of a master bedroom and twin room, both with en-suites. They also have a private veranda and plunge pool.

Some of the special activities offered for families and children include:

  • Board games
  • Wildlife DVDs
  • Cooking and baking with chefs
  • Visits to the local community schools when class is in session
  • Archery
  • Swimming

Mini Rangers’ Course: This club opens up a whole new world to young explorers. This programme includes: tracking animals; frogging; butterfly capture and release; a cosmic safari (astronomy); learning bush survival techniques; flower-pressing; game-spotting competitions; nature quizzes and a Ranger’s Test. Upon completion of the course, these proud achievers are awarded certificates to recognise their new-found knowledge and accomplishments.

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