General | April 2019

In the footsteps of the forest’s gentle giants

Deeply engaging experiences often require venturing off the beaten track – to journey into untouched places where the wilderness and wildlife allow you to regain your perspective and sense of…
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…
Serengeti Green Season
Environment | December 2016

Christmas on the Wild Side

For many, the idea of the Serengeti landscape conjures visions of endless golden grasslands and the stark outline of dry, thorny scrub. This is indeed one face of this vast…
The Great Elephant Census
Wildlife | November 2016

The Alarming Results of the Great Elephant Census

Habitat loss. Climate change. Human conflict. There are many reasons why elephants, arguably the continent’s most iconic animals, are disappearing from African landscapes, but the biggest threat to this vulnerable…
Singita Grumeti, Tanzania
Environment | November 2016

Singita and the Grumeti Fund: A Productive Partnership

Today, visitors to the western corridor of the Serengeti, where Singita is the custodian of a 350,000-acre concession, are surrounded by lush grasslands and healthy herds of migrating wildlife. Thirteen…
Singita Kruger National Park
Environment | October 2016

Keeping it Green: Reducing Bottled Water Consumption

Caring for vulnerable animal species and their natural habitat is a huge part of any conservation effort, but in order to be sustainable in the long-term, this approach needs to…