November 30, 2017
Keeping a Watchful Eye on the Serengeti
Monitoring and protecting 350,000 acres of land is no mean feat for the Singita Grumeti Fund‘s (SGF) anti-poaching unit. 120 highly trained game scouts patrol the concessions around the clock, based in 12 camps and 12 high-lying observation posts (OPs) across the property. These are permanently manned and allow the Fund’s law enforcement team to...
November 28, 2017
Partners in Protecting & Preserving African Wilderness
“What has been achieved at Singita Grumeti is nothing short of incredible.” These are the words of Stephen Cunliffe, an experienced business, wildlife and conservation manager who serves as the Executive Director of the Singita Grumeti Fund (SGF). Together with a team of 165 dedicated staff members and with the support of Singita, the SGF...
November 23, 2017
Singita Grumeti’s Latest Weapon in the War on Poaching
Protecting the western corridor of the Serengeti from the threat of illegal hunting is a critical part of the Singita Grumeti Fund‘s role as custodian of this fragile ecosystem. Having worked to overcome the erstwhile neglect of this region and the subsequent environmental crisis, the now flourishing landscape and its abundant wildlife population remain at...
November 21, 2017
Singita’s property in the Sabi Sand is one of the most well-protected wildlife areas in South Africa. According to a recent study by Panthera, it is also home to the highest density of leopards of any area surveyed in the country. The region has always been well-known for its big cats and we are privileged...