Search Results for: sweet tooth

Lodges and Camps | January 2013

Sweet Tooth: Rooibos Shortbread

The morning bush stop during the course of an early game drive is often the highlight of the day, and not just because of the game viewing! Our guests are…
Lodges and Camps | January 2013

Sweet Tooth: Buttermilk Scones

The talented team of pastry chefs at Singita Boulders Lodge in the Sabi Sand private reserve have quite a job producing a banquet of tasty treats for our guests in the…
Lodges and Camps | February 2013

Sweet Tooth: Giraffe Cinnamon Doughnuts

There is something magical about the experience of taking what would otherwise be a formal event, such as afternoon tea, and giving it a fresh twist with an African-inspired menu…
Singita Lebombo Lodge | Chocolate and Macadamia Cheesecake
Lodges and Camps | September 2013

Al Fresco Dining: Chocolate Macadamia Cheesecake

Singita Kruger National Park is found on the south eastern reaches of the Kruger National Park, on South Africa’s border with Mozambique. Situated on 33 000 acres, this exclusive concession…
Christmas Baking: Lamingtons | Singita
General | December 2013

An African Christmas at Singita Ebony Lodge

It must be very unusual for most visitors to Southern Africa during December to spend Christmas in the sweltering haze of mid-summer. The only snowflakes to be found are made…
Experience | December 2016

Sweetness & Light: The Ultimate Afternoon Tea

For anyone with a remotely sweet tooth, Singita can be a bit of a dangerous place to visit! Apart from producing homemade game drive snacks, delicious breakfast spreads, creative lunch…
Lodges and Camps | January 2012

Summertime in the Bushveld

Warmer weather goes hand in hand with lighter styled food at Singita Boulders Lodge this season, such as salads and chilled soups. Utilizing the wonderful fresh produce from our new…
| October 2018

Takeover

Animals, particularly males, are often fighting for dominance. Dominance over females and dominance of territory. It is a tale as old as time that younger stronger males sometimes decide to…
| February 2018

Where do catfish go during a drought?

During a severe drought, rivers and streams tend to dry up but fish and other freshwater organisms need to survive if they are going to be around to re-populate the…
General | December 2012

Diary of an African Christmas: Stocking the Pantry

Preparations are underway in the kitchen at Singita Lebombo Lodge in the Kruger National Park as the team busily fills the larder with mouthwatering festive delights. We asked Ludwig von Tonder, our…
| November 2018

Tight Lines – fishing at Singita Pamushana

I really enjoy fishing, and have angled myself to be in charge of fishing activities, so here’s an overview of this activity that we enjoy with our guests.
Christmas at Singita Sweni Lodge, Kruger National Park
Food | December 2017

Designing a Festive Feast

The African notion of ubuntu – literally meaning “humanity” but philosophically expressing the idea that we exist for connection and community – beautifully sums up the spirit of an African…
Wildlife | December 2012

Sibling Rivalry: A Tense Moment

Early one morning we set out to locate a female cheetah and her young cubs, who had been spotted hunting the previous afternoon. Cheetah territories are often located in areas…
| January 2011

Singita Grumeti

The first half of January saw wonderful rains over the western corridor of the Serengeti National Park and Singita Grumeti Reserves. Afternoon showers were almost a daily occurrence, clearing the…
| June 2012

Singita Grumeti

The wildebeest are here! There has been so much rain in the Central and Southern Serengeti eco system over the past few months that there was no real driving factor…
| January 2011

Singita Grumeti

The first half of January saw wonderful rains over the western corridor of the Serengeti National Park and Singita Grumeti Reserves. Afternoon showers were almost a daily occurrence, clearing the…
| June 2016

Fig Trees of the Lebombo Concession

Fig trees are widespread throughout the world and can be found on all continents except Antarctica. In fact, there are over 1 000 different species of fig trees represented in…