Place of Miracles

Singita is a conservation company. We’ve been preserving African wilderness for the past two decades. Through an exceptional safari experience with 12 award-winning lodges and camps across South Africa, Tanzania and Zimbabwe, Singita is able to partially fund the protection and preservation of pristine land and existing wildlife populations, not to mention help 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 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 Pamushana

As you walk along the archway of Lebombo ironwoods (Androstachys johnsonii) towards the lodge it sounds like popcorn is popping… but it’s the seed capsules bursting, and the seeds being shot from them, that you’re hearing. If you smelt popcorn that would be another story – the urine of a male leopard marking his territory...

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Next Einstein Competition - Teaching & Technology at Singita

Unearthing Africa’s Next Einstein

‘Einstein changed the world with one idea. Now it’s your turn.’ This was the invitation extended to young learners in the Xhimungwe school district of South Africa’s Mpumulanga province, who were recently given the opportunity to enter Africa’s first The Next Einstein competition. Inspired by Albert Einstein’s legacy of discovery, invention and humanitarian ideals, The…

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