Facebook Highlights - Singita - Copyright Ross Couper
Wildlife | September 2014

Recent Facebook Highlights

Singita’s Facebook community has always been an active space where guests and fans share their thoughts and memories alongside beautiful snapshots by our rangers in the bush. In particular, there…
Wildlife | August 2014

Wonderful Wildlife Videos with James Suter

If you’ve been reading our blog for a while, you will no doubt have seen field guide James Suter’s incredible series of reports from our twelve lodges and camps in…
Saitoti Ole Kuwai - Field guide at Singita Grumeti, Tanzania
Lodges and Camps | June 2014

The Story of Saitoti Ole Kuwai

If you have been an avid reader of our blog and monthly Wildlife Reports, then the name Saitoti Ole Kuwai won’t be new to you. He is a regular contributor…
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…
Tengwe Siabwanda, Field Guide at Singita Pamushana Lodge
Wildlife | November 2013

People of Singita: Tengwe Siabwanda

Tengwe Siabwanda is a second generation field guide based at the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve in Zimbabwe, with a passion for all the world’s creatures. Today he shares with us his…
River Crossing by Marlon du Toit | Singita
General | October 2013

Field Guide Favourites: River Crossing

You would be forgiven for assuming that lions, the larger and more ferocious cousins of our domestic cats, weren’t big fans of the water. In actual fact, lions are excellent…
Leopard by Dylan Brandt
Wildlife | October 2013

Field Guide Favourites: Moving Target

Continuing our series of favourite photographs from our field guides, Dylan Brandt from Singita Sabi Sand gives us some helpful hints on how to capture unusual photos like this one: Low light can…
Submerged copyright Ross Couper | Singita Kruger National Park
Wildlife | September 2013

Field Guide Favourites: Submerged

Ross Couper is a field guide at Singita Kruger National Park, whose love for animals and the African bush makes him a keen wildlife photographer. Here he shares a stunning…