Elephant calf by Ross Couper (C)
Wildlife | January 2016

The Irrepressible Charm of Baby Elephants

There is something universally amusing about the antics of young elephant calves; their short, stocky bodies, unwieldy trunks and ears, stubby tusks and the shock of hair that sprouts on…
The Butamtam lion cubs at Singita Grumeti by Ryan Schmitt
Wildlife | June 2014

Say Hello to the Butamtam Lion Cubs!

These pictures hardly need a caption – we would be surprised if you could tear your eyes away from their little furry faces long enough to read it! If you…
Lions at Singita Pamushana Lodge
Wildlife | May 2013

A Remarkable Lion Kill

It had taken three days for us to locate our first pride of lions in the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve surrounding Singita Pamushana Lodge. We had been preoccupied with the abundance…
General | March 2013

An Elephant’s Toothy Tool

It is always awe-inspiring being in the presence of elephants. As the world’s largest mammal, they’re not only physically intimidating but also known to be highly intelligent, functioning in a…
Wildlife | February 2013

A Bit About the Buffalo

It’s not an uncommon sight to see massive herds of African buffalo in the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve surrounding Singita Pamushana Lodge, often exceeding four hundred in a single group. These…
General | January 2013

Great Guest Photos from 2012: Jeff Thompson

Visiting Singita is always an unforgettable experience and for many guests, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see Africa in a very special way. It is especially gratifying for us when guests…
General | December 2012

Looking Back: Great Guest Photos from 2012

We are always delighted to hear from past guests who have visited Singita, especially when they share their memories of their trip with us by way of some spectacular holiday…
Wildlife | November 2012

Cat calls in the Kruger

Leopards are elusive cats and agile, stealthy predators. When I first arrived on the reserve, sightings were always fleeting, leaving the guide trying to convince the guest that the flash…