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Lodges and Camps | December 2018

The Striking New Look of Singita Faru Faru Lodge

The bold yet softly elegant combination of Scandinavian simplicity expressed through traditional African craft underpins the striking update of Singita Faru Faru Lodge, which reopens in the Serengeti next week.…
Community Development | December 2018

Digital-Era Education Gets a Boost in the Bush

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” — Nelson Mandela Singita’s commitment to supporting and empowering the people who live alongside the land…
Community Development | November 2018

Increasing Career Potential with the Power of Language

The impact of community work is integral to Singita’s 100-year conservation purpose to preserve and protect large areas of African wilderness for future generations. It isn’t enough to support the…
Conservation | November 2018

Protecting the Most Persecuted Big Cat in the World

With a 25-year history as one of Africa’s leading conservation tourism brands, Singita is undoubtedly an authority on finding the perfect balance between a luxury safari experience and sustainable, environmentally…
Community Development | November 2018

The Serengeti Girls Run: Striving Towards a Common Goal

In October 2018, the Singita Grumeti Fund (SGF) partnered with BRAVE, a South African non-profit organisation, to host the inaugural Serengeti Girls Run in Tanzania. This all-women run across the…
Wildlife | November 2018

Sensational Wildlife Sightings in South Africa

Guests at Singita’s two private concessions in South Africa – one in the Kruger National Park and one in the adjacent Sabi Sand Reserve – have a front-row seat to some of…
Community Development | November 2018

Inspiring the Next Generation of Zimbabwe’s Female Leaders

Singita Pamushana Lodge, recently reimagined along the lines of an ancient African palace, sits serenely overlooking the hills and valleys of the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve in Zimbabwe. The 130,000-acre protected…