Place of Miracles

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.

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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

The Mara River Tented Camp was a great place to be in the month of September, with the migration making its long journey back south. Guests were treated to some amazing sightings, wildebeest crossings being the highlight of many of these. September signifies the beginning of the early rains, which allows the burnt areas to...

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Conservation & Community at Singita

Conservation & Community: Finding the Perfect Balance

Creating the ideal, sustainable balance between nature conservation and the empowerment of local communities, and the environmentally conscious hospitality model that supports these activities, is at the core of how Singita operates. This positively enhancing equilibrium allows us to provide an unparalleled safari experience and share a unique part of the world with our guests,…

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Lions at Singita

Highlights from our Wildlife Reports: Lots of Lions

What do the lion, elephant and hippopotamus have in common? Besides the fact that these are all animals you are likely to find on safari, they are also all listed as “Vulnerable” on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Lion populations, in particular, have declined by approximately 42% over the past 21 years, and…

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