Flap-necked chameleon at Singita Grumeti
General | May 2014

Creatures Great & Small: The Flap-Necked Chameleon

Chameleons really are funny little creatures! Did you know that, besides being masterful at camouflage and having tongues roughly 1½ times their body length, chameleons can rotate each eye in…
Lodges and Camps | May 2014

Visual Inspiration

Over the past few years, Singita has collaborated with some extremely talented filmmakers to produce stunning videos that showcase our twelve lodges and camps in Africa. These include breathtaking snapshots…
The Great Migration 2014 | Singita Grumeti
Wildlife | May 2014

The Migration 2014 Arrives at Singita Grumeti

It’s that time of year again! The wildebeest have started arriving on the Sasakwa Plains of the Serengeti and the herds seem to be multiplying at an astonishing rate with…
Leopard cubs at Singita Sabi Sand
Wildlife | May 2014

First Sighting of the Hlabankunzi Leopard Cubs

Last week was a very special one for visitors to Singita Sabi Sand, as the brand new Hlabankunzi leopard cubs made their public debut! The female has moved into the…
Lion photo by Ross Couper Copyright 2014
Wildlife | May 2014

Lion Line-Up

This photo of the Mhangeni pride walking in what appears to be military formation through Singita Sabi Sand, was taken last week by Field Guide Ross Couper. Of the unusual…
Transvaal candelabra euphorbias growing in the boma at Singita Lebombo Lodge
General | May 2014

Meet the Lebombo Euphorbia

Singita is very fortunate to share its concession in the Kruger National Park with an astonishing variety of unique and interesting flora. The 33,000 acres of land in the southeastern…