Singita Sabi Sand employs a dedicated team focused on protecting and conserving the bio-diversity of the incredible land under its care. The team is tasked with ensuring that the land, complete with its diverse flora and fauna, remains, as closely as possible, in the untouched state in which the Bailes family found it some 85 years ago.
The earliest aerial photographs, taken in 1935, have been used as a guide in conservation efforts. The primary responsibilities of the Environmental Team at Singita Sabi Sand are anti-poaching measures and environmental care.
The process of environmental care is incredibly complex and includes maintaining the integrity of the reserve’s plant-life and wildlife, fire management, the prevention of erosion, water management, the building of roads, and ensuring minimal impact caused by the presence of the lodges.