Marlon du Toit | Baby elephant
Wildlife | September 2013

Field Guide Favourites: Baby Elephant

Second in our series of our field guides’ favourite wildlife photographs is this delightful snap of a baby elephant by Marlon du Toit at Singita Sabi Sand. The Sabi Sand…
General | September 2013

People of Singita: George Nkuna

The people who work at Singita are among its most precious assets. Each member of staff that works in the lodge, at head office or out in the bush is…
Rays of Light copyright Dylan Brandt
Wildlife | August 2013

Field Guide Favourites: Rays of Light

Singita’s field guides are required to have a number of skills; the powers of observation, knowledge of various bird calls and animal spoor, good awareness of their surroundings and a…
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General | August 2013

Highlights from our Wildlife Reports

Every month, field guides from the five regions in which Singita has lodges and camps, send us first-hand reports from the bushveld. These delightful wildlife journals describe the recent animal…
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…
General | April 2013

A Lone Leopard at Singita Grumeti

I was fortunate enough to have a number of different leopard sightings during my stay at Singita Grumeti. Most of these encounters were brief and had taken place in the…
General | February 2013

Maternal Instinct

Francois Fourie, Field Guide at Singita Sabi Sand, had the great fortune of spotting the female Ravenscourt leopard last week, while in action defending her young. The Sabi Sand Reserve is…
Wildlife | June 2012

The Mating Game

It’s peculiar, for the amount of times that lions mate, it is quite a rare sight to actually catch them in the act. However lions do not mate at any…
Wildlife | May 2012

Introducing James Suter

From a young age I had always dreamed of working in the bush. I visited the Lowveld a couple of times with my family growing up and had always longed…