Place of Miracles

 

Singita is a conservation company that has been preserving African wilderness for the past 25 years, offering guests an exceptional safari experience with 12 luxury, award-winning lodges and camps across 5 regions in Africa. In partnership with non-profit Funds & Trusts who implement strategic conservation projects in each region, Singita is preserving and protecting pristine land and wildlife populations, and helping to create economic independence within local communities surrounding the reserves.

Travellers choose to stay at Singita because of the expansive space and beauty of the reserves, limited guest and vehicle numbers, extraordinarily consistent game viewing and the exceptional care that is taken of each guest during their stay. Guests leave a Singita safari being transformed for a lifetime and having made a contribution to the legacy of Africa.


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Singita's 100-year purpose is to preserve and protect large areas of African wilderness for future generations. This will be magnified as pristine parts of the world continue to shrink in the face of population growth. 

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Singita Kruger National Park

Winter is here now and the temperatures are dropping in the nights and early mornings. With that, the Lebombo fireplace has become a popular area to sit around during the early mornings, watching the sunrise slowly lighting up the Lebombo Mountain’s ridges, whilst enjoying a steamy cup of coffee. The grasses have changed to a...

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Conservation

Our 100-year purpose is to preserve and protect large areas of rare and iconic African wilderness for future generations. Find out about our approach to conservation and the lasting impact that our conservation teams are making to achieve this goal.

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Community & Conservation at Singita Kwitonda

In a recent interview with the New York Times, Singita’s founder Luke Bailes alluded to the immense and ongoing challenge of conserving Africa’s most vulnerable landscapes. “No matter how much work we do, there is always more to be done because wildlife areas continue to be under threat.” He described this as the biggest conservation…

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