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As the world’s human population continues its exponential growth, the loss of pristine wilderness is taking place at an ever-accelerating rate, to counteract this Singita is making a profound difference in many parts of Africa.

Orchestrating an interdependent relationship between communities, wildlife and tourism that ensures true sustainability, Singita is blazing a trail which is seldom achieved on this scale anywhere else on the continent.


Videos from Singita

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The Singita Vision

Singita's purpose is to protect and preserve large tracts of wilderness for future generations. This will be magnified as pristine parts of the world continue to shrink in the face of population growth. 

Environmental Education - Komanani
Community & Conservation
Singita Wildlife Showcase Video
A Wildlife Showcase
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Grumeti Wildlife Report March 1
Latest Wildlife Report

Singita Grumeti

Singita Lamai is closed for the rainy season and reopens in May, so there’s no wildlife report from there this month. But lots has been happening at Singita Grumeti. Lions: Over the past few months the majority of lion sightings have taken place in the western area of the concession around Sabora and the Explore...

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Community

Singita Community Partnership Programmes promote and develop socio cultural and economic conditions of our neighbouring communities.

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Conservation

Our conservation team works to restore, enhance and protect the biodiversity and natural systems of the land under our guardianship.

The Giants Club | Singita Lamai

Giants Club Summit: Protecting Africa’s Elephants

On 29 and 30 April 2016, some of the world’s biggest voices will come together for the first time to speak up for one of its biggest inhabitants. The inaugural Giants Club Summit is set to take place in Kenya and will bring together African heads of state, global celebrities, corporate leaders, philanthropists and conservationists…

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Tracking Dream Team: Friends & Colleagues in the Bush

Much like the plover and the crocodile, trackers and field guides have a symbiotic relationship where they rely on each other’s talent and skill for mutual success. We often mention our field guides on the blog but their tracking partners are equally important for ensuring an action-packed game drive. Tracker Johnson Mhlanga has been working…

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