October 28, 2020
Connecting Guests with the Heart of the Serengeti
It’s very early in the morning at Singita Sabora Tented Camp. Birds are stirring as dawn approaches and wisps of cloud are tinged pink with the promise of sunrise. Guests emerge from their suites filled with anticipation of their first game drive of the day, and head to the main lodge area for a steaming cup...
October 23, 2020
Last month through our Watoto Go Wild program we supported student safari trips own in Katavi. This was arranged with the help of our partners LCMO who pooled together 8 students from each of their five secondary environmental clubs from schools around. The chosen students were group winners of LCMOs recent Lions and Elephant art competition. The competition theme was %26ldquo%3Bspecies»
October 19, 2020
Supporting Serengeti De-snaring
Thanks to the support from our generous Nomad friends far and wide we have been able to help the Serengeti De-snaring team during this crucial time. We have donated towards the salaries for one of their 8-men strong patrol team for a month to continue on with the de-snaring activities. Have a look at their latest video to see why and just how it is so important that we keep supporting them»
October 18, 2020
Meet Our Characters: Super Sande
In a land as flat as the Makgadikgadi Pans, it’s almost impossible to miss Super Sande. At six foot four and with shoulders almost as wide, he’s a baobab tree of a man and a veritable landmark on the immense landscape of northern Botswana.
We’re standing on Ntwetwe Pan, the ancient lakebed that forms the western part of the Makgadikgadi Pans.