Singita Pamushana
Wildlife | May 2016

Stories from the Land of the Long Grass

The Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve is set on 130,000 acres of pristine wilderness in southeastern Zimbabwe, bordering Gonarezhou National Park. It is a diverse and beautiful piece of Africa that is…
Earth Day at Singita
Conservation | April 2016

Earth Day: Safeguarding the Serengeti

Today we celebrate Earth Day; a global environmental movement whose mission is to build a healthy, sustainable environment, address climate change, and protect the Earth for future generations. From fairly…
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Conservation | January 2016

Conservation Highlights: Singita’s Purpose in Action

Caring for hundreds of thousands of acres of vast wilderness is Singita’s core vision; a commitment to preserve and protect these fragile ecosystems for future generations. The 12 lodges and…
Conservation education at Singita Pamushana
General | October 2015

Conservation for Kids: Education Through Exploration

As part of its ongoing commitment to the surrounding communities, Singita Pamushana (Zimbabwe) partners with the Malilangwe Trust which runs regular courses in conservation education for pupils at local schools.┬áThe…
Black rhino - Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve
Lodges and Camps | July 2015

Rhino Relocation at Singita Pamushana

In an age where the destruction of pristine wilderness continues to accelerate, Singita is making a profound difference in many parts of Africa. Orchestrating an interdependent relationship between communities, wildlife…
Dr Bruce Clegg
General | June 2015

Conservation & Community: How Tourism Helps

For more than two decades, Singita has been a “place of miracles”, offering guests a unique and extraordinary safari experience. Our 12 lodges and camps have been the recipient of…
Little Six at Singita Pamushana Lodge
General | July 2013

Special Species at Singita

Field guide James Suter has spent a year travelling between Singita’s lodges in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Tanzania and reporting on the wildlife population of each reserve. He recently visited…