Set on the banks of the N’wanetsi Rive and the distinctive Lebombo Euphorbia tree for which it is named, the Lebombo Lodge offers dramatic luxury and a bold, contemporary safari lodge.
The thirteen luxury suites and two-bedroom villa are equipped with every amenity in mind. Glass, wood, steel, and natural elements combine for a one-of-a-kind blend of comfort and opulence. Inside, beds welcome with soft Egyptian cotton bedding and silky-soft throws. A layered lattice ceiling, en-suite bathroom and shower, mini bar and fridge, room safe, air-conditioning, overhead fans, and more complete the private indoor suite. Outside is a personal viewing deck with a shower and bath; also, guests can enjoy the opportunity to sleep outdoors on the romantically draped daybed. The private-use villa comprises two two-bedroom suites with an open-plan kitchen, private pool, its boma, and dedicated private staff.
The N’wanetsi concession where Lebombo Lodge is located is one of the most remote and unexplored wilderness areas in South Africa. Lebombo borders Mozambique and is situated in the eastern part of South Africa’s Kruger National Park, the second largest reserve in Africa. An unparalleled variety of both plant and animal populations are concentrated in N’wanetsi and thrive in the area’s four different eco-zones, including the “Big Five” and four notable lion prides.