June 14, 2018
June 01, 2018
It has been a few weeks now that we are back in camp. What a treat to wake up again to the soft sound of the waves and the red-tailed monkeys in the trees, to see the golden light of the morning sun breaking over the top of the mountains and to breath the fresh and clear air of the Mahale Mountains. After the last rains in May everything is lush and green and the weather could not be more»
May 31, 2018
Scientists Rentsch and Packer estimate that between 97,796 and 140,615 wildebeest are killed illegally by poachers in the Serengeti every year. In addition to the off-take of plains game such as wildebeest, the relentless and escalating demand for high-value wildlife products such as rhino horn, elephant ivory, lion bone and pangolin scales has driven the illegal...
May 22, 2018
“Singita is my home and my colleagues are my family” – Wildlife Tracker, Ruel Ngwenya The iconic sounds of the African bush – the throaty call of a territorial lion, the warble of an emerald spotted dove, the sing-song chirp of the cicadas – are ever present on safari. At Singita Sabi Sand, there is...