Wildlife | October 2011

Family Reunion

If you’ve been following news from Singita Field Guides, then you’ll remember the Xinkelengane female leopard at Singita Kruger National Park.  She has provided a multitude of gorgeous photo opportunities…
Wildlife | October 2011

Wonderful and Rare Sighting

A wonderful sighting this morning (Singita Pamushana, Zimbabwe) of a relaxed mother leopard and her two tiny cubs.  Hours were spent watching their intimate rituals of nursing, bathing and playing…
Wildlife | August 2011

Wildlife – the News in Pictures

Again it has been an action-packed month of great game sightings at Singita Sabi Sand. “To share these wonderful moments with people who have a similar interest in and love…
Wildlife | July 2011

Teeming with Grey Giants

Written by Marlon du Toit, Singita Guide, Singita Kruger National Park Elephant, Cape buffalo, White Rhino and Hippo are plentiful on the concession. There are two prominent water sources within…
Wildlife | May 2011

The Wild Side of Singita Explore

Singita Explore (mobile tented camp set up on the plains of the Singita Grumeti Reserves), through the eyes of James Suter and Marlon du Toit (Safari Brothers), professional guides at…
Wildlife | May 2011

Safari Brothers Explore the Unexplored

Tanzania is one incredible place! The vast spaces and dramatic settings absolutely blew our minds.  The excitement levels grew as we flew over the Serengeti; we looked out of the…
Wildlife | March 2011

Getting to know Malilangwe

Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve, home to Singita Pamushana Lodge, presents a unique sanctuary for wildlife conservation in Africa.  The reserve’s core objective is to provide a naturally functioning ecosystem, where the…
General | March 2011

One hundred unique moments

A Singita stay is naturally wrapped up in hundreds of unique moments of thrill and awe.  Romance overflows from Africa’s most iconic locations outdone only, perhaps, by the sheer beauty…
Wildlife | February 2011

New Arrivals!

Written by Singita Guide, Marlon du Toit – Singita Kruger National Park/ Lebombo and Sweni Lodges So, as you have all heard, there are some new additions to the Mountain…