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In days gone by, unspoilt wilderness on earth was found in abundance – but today it is rare, vulnerable and fragile and there is much to be done to protect these rapidly diminishing areas.

Conservation at Singita is encompassed by three pillars, namely Biodiversity, Community and Sustainability. We believe it’s the responsible way to maintain and extend the sustainability of our wildlife reserves. Singita is the attentive guardian of over a million acres of pristine African wilderness.

Our hands-on conservation teams on each property are committed to protecting, maintaining and enhancing the land and its fauna and flora.

They go above and beyond the constant conservation efforts of land rehabilitation, maintenance, wildlife monitoring and fencing security, to initiating effective and innovative anti-poaching methods, research, wildlife re-introduction, preserving invaluable San Rock Art sites and working on conservation issues beyond our boundaries.

Below are described a selection of primary projects within four regions of Africa but beyond these there are a multitude of numerous successful initiatives that have come into fruition across all of the reserves and surrounding areas.

Each project supports Singita's vision to preserve and protect wilderness areas for future generations through the three pillars of: wildlife conservation, eco-friendly tourism and community support.

Conservation at Singita

Malilangwe - Zimbabwe

Conservation at Singita Pamushana

Our conservation objective is to restore and sustain the historic biodiversity of the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve. In addition to the benefits for the reserve, it is envisaged that lessons learned here will help to derive best practice protocols that will have application in other conservation initiatives, both regionally and internationally. On the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve,…

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Singita Serengeti - conservation
Serengeti - Tanzania

Conservation at Singita Serengeti

The Serengeti plains teem with wildlife, including vast herds of plains game, a plethora of predators and the spectacle of the annual wildebeest migration. Through the Singita Grumeti Fund, Singita is the proud custodian of 350,000 acres of this unique ecosystem. Ensuring the continued protection of Singita’s concessions, situated primarily in the critical western Corridor…

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Kruger National Park, South Africa - South Africa

Conservation at Singita Kruger National Park

Founded in 1898, Kruger is one of the oldest National Parks in the world and at over 4.8 million acres, it’s also one of the largest. For more than a century an extraordinary diversity of wildlife and wilderness has been protected within its boundaries. In 2001, to strengthen Kruger’s future financial sustainability, the Park authority…

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Sabi Sand - South Africa

Conservation at Singita Sabi Sand

Singita Sabi Sand employs a dedicated team focused on protecting and conserving the biodiversity of the incredible land under its care. The team’s primary task is ensuring that the land, complete with its diverse flora and fauna, remains as close as possible to the untouched state in which the Bailes family found it some 85…

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