No, that isn’t a typo; that’s how you say Happy Easter in Swahili! For the people of Tanzania, where you will find Singita Grumeti and its five lodges and camps, Swahili is their mother tongue, and a language they share with 140 million other people in East Africa.

From our Singita family in the Serengeti, Singita Pamushana Lodge in Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve, Zimbabwe and our concessions in Sabi Sand and Kruger National Park, we wish you a very peaceful Easter with your loved ones.

Happy Easter from Singita

Why not catch up on our latest Wildlife Reports over the weekend? They’re written by our field guides and published monthly to bring you first-hand sighting reports from the bush. Want more regular updates? Follow us on Facebook.


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