Lodges and Camps | August 2018

Helping Cultivate a Future for Rwanda’s Gorillas

The lush cloud forests that tumble down the slopes of the Virunga Massif are divided by the borders of Uganda, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo, but together form…
Conservation | July 2018

Community & Conservation at Singita Kwitonda

In a recent interview with the New York Times, Singita’s founder Luke Bailes alluded to the immense and ongoing challenge of conserving Africa’s most vulnerable landscapes. “No matter how much…
Conservation | May 2018

An Unbreakable Bond

Scientists Rentsch and Packer estimate that between 97,796 and 140,615 wildebeest are killed illegally by poachers in the Serengeti every year. In addition to the off-take of plains game such as…
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…