Lodges and Camps | January 2013

Sweet Tooth: Rooibos Shortbread

The morning bush stop during the course of an early game drive is often the highlight of the day, and not just because of the game viewing! Our guests are…
Lodges and Camps | January 2013

Sweet Tooth: Buttermilk Scones

The talented team of pastry chefs at Singita Boulders Lodge in the Sabi Sand private reserve have quite a job producing a banquet of tasty treats for our guests in the…
Wildlife | October 2012

Shooting in Monochrome

Marlon du Toit thrives on adventure and has a deep connection with Africa and its beauty. Growing up near the Kruger National Park he was immersed in nature from a young…
Wildlife | September 2012

Wonders of the Bush

One needs to be careful not to get too caught up in chasing down the big five; this can be both frustrating and very time consuming.  Take time, stop, and…
Wildlife | August 2012

The Shumungu Pride

While driving along the Sand River, I overheard via my radio, a conversation between two guides. They were referring to a lioness that had put her life on the line…
Wildlife | August 2012

On Arrival

The wheels of the tiny plane touched down on the narrow Singita runway situated in the Sabi Sand game reserve. My heart skipped a beat and my excitement levels were…
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 | 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…
Lodges and Camps | February 2012

Taking the Family to Singita Sweni

Increasingly, families are seeking meaningful travel excursions that incorporate the whole family.  People want to interact with local cultures and celebrate the distinctiveness of a destination.  No longer is the…