Lodges and Camps | May 2010

The Singita Grumeti Fund Environmental Centre

At Singita Grumeti Reserves the Grumeti Fund has established an Environmental Centre. This centre runs an ecology course for the top six grade 11 geography and science students at a…
Lodges and Camps | May 2010

Five Rhinos Relocated to Tanzania!

Five critically endangered eastern black rhino, from South Africa, arrived in the Serengeti yesterday as part of the ‘most ambitious wildlife relocation in East Africa over the past 50 years’.…
Lodges and Camps | May 2010

Singita Faru Faru Lodge

Singita Faru Faru is located along the banks of the Grumeti River. In true Singita style the lodge is hardly visible from the road. It is so well disguised that…
Lodges and Camps | May 2010

Simply Tanzania

Singita Grumeti Reserves offer guests a series of unique African safari experiences. Singita Sasakwa Lodge overlooks the expansive Serengeti and provides guests with an intoxicating view of the plains. While…
General | May 2010

Did you know?

At Singita Grumeti Reserves we employ a permanent paramedic and doctor.
Wildlife | May 2010

The Great Migration

The great migration is an ancient phenomenon and it lies at the very heart of the Serengeti ecosystem. The Great Migrations (image courtesy of La Lince) Each year (during the…
Lodges and Camps | May 2010

Bateleur Eagles in the Serengeti

Singita Grumeti Reserves boasts an exceptional selection of bird life. There are enough eagles, vultures and other large birds to keep the novice birders interested and an excellent array of…
General | May 2010

Did you know?

Wildebeest can smell rain over 50km’s away.
Lodges and Camps | May 2010

Singita Sasakwa Lodge

Singita Sasakwa Lodge is built on a hilltop and is named after the village chief, Sasakwa, who used to call the hill home. The lodge overlooks the Serengeti plains and…