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…
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…
Conservation | January 2018

Meet Singita’s Elite Anti-Poaching Task Force

For the Singita Grumeti Fund‘s Special Operations Group, an elite task force within the anti-poaching unit responsible for protecting Singita’s 350,000-acre concession in the Serengeti, the day starts long before…
Conservation | January 2018

The Future of Conservation

“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change” – Charles Darwin…
Singita Grumeti, Tanzania
Conservation | December 2017

Reflecting on the Year That Was

Nearly a quarter of a century has gone by since Singita first put down its roots with the opening of Ebony Lodge in South Africa’s Sabi Sand wildlife reserve. In…
Leopards - Singita Sabi Sand
Conservation | December 2017

Measuring Leopard Density in the Sabi Sand

There are a few iconic species which tend to dominate the headlines in wildlife conservation circles. Rhino and elephant are extremely deserving of the world’s attention, threatened as they are…