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Bath with a View

November 26, 2010 - Accommodation,Africa,Experience,Lodges and Camps,Singita

Whether sinking into a froth of bubbles surrounded by the elegance of a Sasakwa cottage or slipping into a sunken tub overlooking the riverine forest at Singita Sweni, all of the Singita lodges promise a bathtime ritual that induces one to unwind, enveloped by picture perfect panoramas.

The claw foot tub at Singita Sabora Tented Camp – Tanzania.  There are so many layers to this 1920s-inspired explorers’ camp and the view from the tub is one of staggering beauty – savannah grasslands until the eye can see.

The bath tubs at the contemporary Singita Faru Faru Lodge in Tanzania, are positioned to maximize the opportunity to view the game that comes down to the Grumeti River to drink.

A bath soak at Singita Sasakwa Lodge – Tanzania – is an infinitely luxurious affair.  At the end of an exciting day of game viewing there is nothing better than to settle into a candle-lit oasis with a breathtaking view of the plains.

Embracing and intimate, Singita Sweni Lodge – South Africa – is truly cosy.  Imagine taking time to lie back in an enourmous bath of bubbles or salt crystals, watching the hippos wallowing around in the river beneath the open window.


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  • http://www.mahlatini.com/ Luxury Safaris

    This place looks amazing, the photos you have used really capture the beauty of the rooms, have you taken these yourself or are they supplied by the hotel? I find it amazing that you can stay in such luxury on something that you consider to be roughing it, like a safari.

    • http://www.singita.com Janalyn

      Thank you – our blog is written by Singita and these photos are archived in our marketing department. Indeed each lodge has a special character and presents true luxury.

  • http://www.virtuallifestyle.net Roger

    Please check out this article about Luxury Safaris in South Africa:

    http://www.virtuallifestyle.net/info.php?subcat=61&cat=3

    • http://www.singita.com Janalyn

      Thanks Roger for the link – and a terrific article. We greatly appreciate the mention about Singita.

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