Wildlife | June 2012

A Private Life

Leopards’ private lives often remain a secret, however when you come to know some of the individuals and eventually gain their trust that secret may be shared. They are widespread…
Wildlife | February 2012

Tremendous Battles

There are few battles more tremendous than elephant bulls in conflict.  This image shows two such giants battling over the right to mate. With so many breeding herds in the…
Wildlife | January 2012

Wildlife – the News in Pictures

Another spectacular few days of wildlife sightings at Singita Ebony and Boulders Lodges.  Follow the story in pictures provided by Field Guide, Dylan Brandt. Mapogo male lions following the Ximungwe…
Wildlife | January 2012

Wildlife – the News in Pictures

A magnificent week of wildlife sightings at Singita Sabi Sand.  Dylan Brandt, Singita Field Guide, shares some of his close encounters from the past few days. Ravenscourt female leopard. Perfectly…
Wildlife | January 2012

Kitting up for Safari 2012

As an Anchor at Singita Boulders Lodge, Kobus De Kock knows the ins and outs of a typical day on safari – and he has interacted with myriads of travelers…
General | October 2011

Globally Recognized

From the desk of Luke Bailes, Singita’s Owner and Chief Executive Officer The other day I was alerted to just how many awards Singita has won this year. Singita has…
Lodges and Camps | October 2011

Working with Local Farms

One of the benefits of working in remote areas like Singita Sabi Sand is the abundance of local farming communities around the reserve.  I was fortunate enough to have found…
General | September 2011

Watching out for Rhino

Controlling poaching in the Sabi Sand Reserve is one of the Singita environmental team’s prime responsibilities.  World Rhino Day on the 22nd of September provided a valuable opportunity for staff…
General | September 2011

Taking on the Tour de Tulli 2011

Eighty kilometres of gruelling single track cycling every day across dusty, rugged terrain through South Africa, Zimbabwe and Botswana, clocking up 300 kilometres over 4 days – we asked General…