From the plains of the Serengeti to the rocky outcrops at Singita Pamushana, to the unique wildnerness settings of Singita Kruger National Park and Sabi Sand, Easter festivities were celebrated with a special touch of safari style.  New life abounds with the Ravenscourt female’s cubs at Singita Sabi Sand; the breathtaking new cheetah cubs and the growing and magnificent Mountain Pride at Singita Kruger; and the Butamtam lion cubs at Singita Grumeti Reserves.  But also age-old holiday traditions were tucked into the Easter weekend including Easter egg hunts for the little ones at Pamushana Lodge and the most delectable hot cross buns served on the grand verandas of Sasakwa Lodge.  As usual, we love to create memories of a lifetime at Singita!


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