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Singita Community Culinary School
Community Development | April 2018

Step Inside the New Singita Community Culinary School

The evolution of Singita’s food culture started with the reopening of Singita Lebombo Lodge in the Kruger National Park in May 2016. Working with acclaimed chef Liam Tomlin, Singita re-conceptualised…
Community Development | April 2018

Broadening Horizons for our Local Communities

The important link between wildlife conservation and community partnerships might not be immediately apparent, but together they make up two thirds of a delicate balance between biodiversity, sustainability and communities…
Experience | March 2018

Every Day is a New Adventure at Singita Pamushana Lodge

The remote, 130,000-acre Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve in the lowveld of southeastern Zimbabwe has a long, rich history, having been home to generations of indigenous Shangaan people and the San before…
Conservation | March 2018

A Landscape of Living Fossils

Sitting close to the water’s edge on a riverbank in the Sabi Sand, Singita Ebony Lodge is surrounded by the ancient hardwood trees for which it is named, as well…
Lodges and Camps | March 2018

Transforming Singita Pamushana Lodge

The proud heritage of the tribal dynasties of ancient Zimbabwe will echo through Singita Pamushana Lodge when it reopens in May this year following its transformation into what is being…
Experience | March 2018

Grumeti Air Takes Flight in Tanzania

Getting to Singita’s six award-winning lodges and camps in the Serengeti is now even easier with the launch of Grumeti Air; our partner airline that gives guests direct access to…
Conservation | March 2018

Contributing to the Conservation of Kruger’s Black Rhinos

According to statistics released by the national Department of Environmental Affairs last month, 1,028 rhinos were killed in South Africa in 2017. Although this represents a very small decline compared to…
Conservation | February 2018

Project Pardus: Working with Panthera to Save Leopards

Recognised as the world’s main authority on the conservation status of biological species, the IUCN Red List classifies leopards as “vulnerable”, meaning that they are at high risk of endangerment…