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Conservation | March 2017

Supporting Spotted Cat Conservation at Singita

There is no doubt that leopards are near the top of “must-see” animals for almost every safari-goer – their grace, power and beauty, combined with their elusive nature ensure that…
Singita Sabi Sand, South Africa
Environment | March 2017

The Return of the Rains

Maintaining the integrity of each Singita reserve and the ecosystems that exist within it is one of the main priorities for our hands-on conservation teams. It’s a challenging task, that…
David Shilabe, Singita Sabi Sand
Community Development | March 2017

Farm to Table: The David Shilabe Story

Community development at Singita means helping those living in and around the reserves and concessions to thrive both economically and socially and essential to achieving this goal is providing employment…
General | March 2017

Serengeti Wild Dogs Conservation Project

There can be few more rewarding experiences in conservation than successfully reintroducing a critically endangered species to an area and seeing it flourish. This is precisely what the Singita Grumeti Fund…
Singita, a Conservation Company
Conservation | March 2017

Protecting Wildlife & Wilderness for Future Generations

To preserve and protect large areas of African wilderness for future generations. It sounds like a simple enough idea, but Singita’s 100 year purpose is an enduring one based on two decades…
Wildlife | February 2017

Summer in the Serengeti

If you had visited the Western Corridor of the Serengeti some 15 years ago, you would have found a dry and near-barren stretch of wilderness that had been devastated by…
Singita's Community Partnership Programmes
Community Development | February 2017

Making a Difference Through Community Partnerships

The term “modern conservation” has a very specific meaning to all of us at Singita; it describes the positively enhancing relationship between sustainable tourism, the preservation of pristine wilderness areas for future…
Lions at Singita Kruger National Park, South Africa | Photo by Jacques Briam
Wildlife | February 2017

Lebombo: Land of Lions

Founded in 1898, Kruger is one of the oldest national parks in the world and at over 4.8 million acres, it’s also one of the largest. Singita was granted a…