The Biological Benefits of Drought
Environment | May 2016

The Biological Benefits of Drought

A severe lack of water can have a devastating effect on the ecosystem and agriculture of a region and cause great harm to the local economy. Drought is something that affects…
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Environment | January 2016

Get to Know Us: Singita Environmental Education Centre

Singita’s commitment to conservation, development and community outreach come together in perfect harmony in the establishment of the Environmental Educational Centre (EEC) in Tanzania. The Centre serves to engage and…
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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…
Singita Pamushana, Zimbabwe
Wildlife | September 2015

Conservation at our Core

For most safari travellers, the first image that’ll spring to mind when they think of Singita is a luxury lodge parachuted effortlessly into the wilderness. It could also be the…
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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…
Best wildlife photos of 2013 | Singita
General | January 2014

Field Guide Favourites: Best of 2013

The African continent is captivating for many reasons; exotic landscapes, diverse cultures and astounding natural beauty among them. A rich and varied wildlife population is no doubt the highlight for…
Wildlife Census 2013 | Singita
General | December 2013

Wildlife Census 2013 in Tanzania

Conservation has always been pivotal to Singita’s existence, as it lives hand-in-hand with Singita’s other two operating principles; ecotourism and community development. We believe it’s the responsible way to maintain…
Lodges and Camps | May 2010

Five Rhinos Relocated to Tanzania!

Five critically endangered eastern black rhino, from South Africa, arrived in the Serengeti yesterday as part of the ‘most ambitious wildlife relocation in East Africa over the past 50 years’.…