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Grumeti | December 2015

Singita Grumeti

Festive season greetings to you, from the wilds of Tanzania! Let’s cut to the chase and review the month’s wildlife sightings. Cheetahs: As per last month the majority of cheetah sightings…
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Grumeti | November 2015

Singita Grumeti

Greening up After a dry and desolate October, November brought with it new life. The rains that started falling at the end of October and continued into November began to…
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Grumeti | October 2015

Singita Grumeti

Lions: Lots of lion activity in October with 77 separate sightings for the month.The Butamtam pride, its territory now spanning from Sasakwa to Faru Faru, dominated the majority of the…
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Grumeti | September 2015

Singita Grumeti

Most of the drainage lines had dried up, but after receiving good rains in the vicinity of Singita Faru Faru Lodge in early September, the burnt areas grasses turned green…
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Grumeti | August 2015

Singita Grumeti

Lions: August was predictably a good month for lion sightings. As the western sectors of the concession dried out further, the game moved towards the central areas, and following them…
SG Wildlife Report July 2015 2
Grumeti | July 2015

Singita Grumeti

Lions: As always we had good daily sightings of lions in July. Prides seen were the usual suspects: Sabora West pride, Ridge pride, and Butamtam pride. The Butamtam pride has…
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Grumeti | April 2015

Singita Grumeti

Just like March preceding it, April 2015 was unique compared to usual Aprils at Singita Grumeti. The drought and early arrival of the great wildebeest migration in March left short…
SG Wildlfie Report March 2015 2
Grumeti | March 2015

Singita Grumeti

We expected this March to be much like years’ past.  Occupancies tend to drop slightly. Wildlife sightings are steady and there is a nice amount of general game. The first…
SG Wildlife Report Feb 2015
Grumeti | February 2015

Singita Grumeti

February was marked by a larger than expected amount of rain. Hard and heavy evening downpours took place two or three times a week, cooling down the temperature in one…