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Singita Sabora Tented Camp: A Balm for the Soul

The canvas walls, earthy colour palette and subtle, layered design details of the new Singita Sabora Tented Camp are far from predictable. Embracing the challenges of a transformative year, this innovative property epitomises the future of classic adventures under canvas, offering guests a restorative sanctuary that harnesses the healing power of nature. Throughout, the camp...

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...

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...

Singita Serengeti House: The Ultimate Private Safari

It’s not easy to spot; slung low on the slopes of Sasakwa Hill and clad in local stone, Singita Serengeti House is a subtle building that blends quietly into its remote location in the great plains of northern Tanzania. Purpose-built as an environmentally sensitive private retreat for family and friends, this elegant and comfortable villa...

Come Home to the Serengeti

Space and privacy are the defining features of modern luxury, offering comfort and serenity in a frenzied, fast-paced world. Discreetly positioned on the lush slopes of Sasakwa Hill with uninterrupted views of the grassy plains below, Singita Serengeti House embodies this kind of laid-back luxury and offers family and friends a taste of sophisticated safari...

A Private Safari at Singita Serengeti House

The slopes of Sasakwa Hill in Tanzania’s western Serengeti are perfectly positioned for sweeping views of the grassy plains below, and the huge numbers of game that traverse these ancient lands all year round. Perched in this idyllic location is Singita Serengeti House; an exclusive-use retreat that reopens in June 2017 with a bold new...

Christmas on the Wild Side

For many, the idea of the Serengeti landscape conjures visions of endless golden grasslands and the stark outline of dry, thorny scrub. This is indeed one face of this vast ecosystem, but it can also be a shimmering, emerald sea of dense vegetation and flowering plants; the summer “green season”. Christmas falls towards the beginning...

The Great Migration is a Go!

The Serengeti is known for the epic thunderstorms that roll over the plains in billowing grey clouds, spilling rain onto the grassland below and cooling the endless landscape. The growl of thunder is synonymous with these flash storms and is a familiar sound for any visitor to the area. Guests at Singita Grumeti know the sound well, but lately they would be forgiven for thinking another storm was rolling in, when in fact it’s the rumble of millions of wildebeest hooves. The herds have arrived!

Singita Mara River Tented Camp: In Tune with the Earth

The Mara River flows from the Mau Forest in the Rift Valley, across 13,500 km2 through Kenya and into Tanzania, before draining into Lake Victoria, Africa’s largest lake. The river is a vital source for grazing animals nearby and, as such, forms an important part of the annual migration route that cuts a swathe through the Serengeti.

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