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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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Latest Wildlife Report

Singita Lamai

December’s month of weather was fairly calm, but punctuated by several incredibly heavy thunderstorms. We received 54 mm on two consecutive nights, which created havoc with the roads and the localized drainage crossings – some of the daily game drives began to look like a muddy 4×4 jamboree! The river rose perilously high in just...

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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.

Highlights from our Wildlife Reports

With more than half a million acres of epic wilderness spread across three countries in Africa, Singita is home to a diverse number of flora and fauna. Our Wildlife Reports are a monthly chronicle of the goings on in the bush, from notable game sightings and animal activity to interesting anecdotes and weather patterns. Here…

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Singita Mara River Camp, Tanzania

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…

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