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Giraffes | Singita Kruger National Park
Wildlife | January 2017

Safari Snapshots: Top 10 Instagrams from 2016

Sometimes it’s a rustle of leaves and a flash of spotted fur seen through the bush, other times the wildlife lies in plain sight, enjoying a dust bath in the…
Singita Pamushana, Zimbabwe
Wildlife | January 2017

A Predator Sandwich

The most memorable wildlife moments for most visitors to Africa usually involve the excitement of a kill or an unusual sighting of some kind. These experiences are understandably thrilling, but…
Singita Serengeti with Kendra Vellante
Wildlife | January 2017

Singita Serengeti Travel Diary

Kendra Vellante is a member of the team that represents Singita in the United States, and recently travelled from New York to Tanzania to visit Singita Serengeti and enjoy a…
Conservation at Singita
Conservation | January 2017

Conscious Conservation: Our Highlights & Goals

Singita’s enduring purpose is simple, but also critically important to the safekeeping of Africa’s most precious wilderness areas: conserve and protect the miraculous places of which we are custodians. With…
Singita Serengeti, Tanzania
General | January 2017

A New Year’s Wish

The beginning of every year brings new opportunities to reflect and to focus afresh on one’s goals for the months ahead. Singita’s enduring purpose is even more far-reaching than that;…
General | December 2016

#ourSingita Scrapbook

For the team that manages Singita’s social media channels, browsing the #ourSingita hashtag is always one of the highlights of our day. Seeing our lodges and reserves come to life…
Cocktail
General | December 2016

Merry & Bright

In most families, it’s not unusual for certain members to be awake at 5am on Christmas Day, bursting with excitement for the fun and feasting ahead. It’s no different at…
Christmas cookies at Singita Sabora Tented Camp
Food | December 2016

Festive Recipe: Edible Christmas Decorations

Reindeer might have the monopoly on sleigh-pulling in traditional, snowy Christmas scenes, but here in the Serengeti, it’s the prolific plains game that are Santa’s preferred mode of transportation! Luckily,…
Singita Serengeti School of Cooking
Community Development | December 2016

Things Are Heating Up in the Kitchen at Singita Serengeti

Next year marks the ten year anniversary of the Singita School of Cooking, which offers a professional cookery course to members of the local community in Singita Kruger National Park.…
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…