Singita Boutique & Gallery

a key part of our far-reaching 100-year conservation vision

Singita’s boutique & gallery spaces celebrate Africa’s creative energy

Singita’s firm roots in Africa have always informed its vision for the continent’s future, and we are increasingly inspired by the creativity and innovation of its people. More than ever before, a spirit of regeneration is resounding from across its regions, and it resonates deeply with travellers from all over the globe. At Singita, we want to celebrate Africa’s rich cultural heritage, its unique places and people, and the beautiful stories and experiences that have shaped who they are.

We have always represented upcoming local artisans and artists, and their work provides beautiful links between the history, culture and wildlife of each region.

A meaningful contribution and purposeful connections

With guests now yearning for even more meaningful connections, Singita has launched an extensive expansion in its African art offering. It will not only allow guests to acquire rare and coveted works, but also contribute significantly toward the empowerment and development of the continent’s most promising talent. 

As we believe that communities should share in our success, enterprise development with African designers is a key focus. We continuously endeavour to represent new prodigies – and particularly put the spotlight on upcoming female artists.

In line with our long-term commitment to see communities thrive, a percentage of the proceeds of sales will be used to promote entrepreneurship and support small and medium-sized local enterprises.

Recently launched in Singita Sabi Sand, the pilot project of this new chapter for our gallery spaces features rare works and collectibles by internationally renowned African artists. Ranging from sculptures to ceramics, photographic work and jewellery – the items are thoughtfully and engagingly curated, ensuring a world-class art-viewing experience.

“To preserve and protect large areas of African wilderness for future generations”

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