For the team that manages Singita’s social media channels, browsing the #ourSingita hashtag is always one of the highlights of our day. Seeing our lodges and reserves come to life through the eyes of our guests, and then seeing that beautiful content shared online is so rewarding, not just in a professional capacity but because those of us who work at Singita have a deep personal investment in the company’s conservation goals. By visiting our lodges and spreading the message far and wide, our guests are making a generous contribution to the achievement of these goals.

The hashtag is active on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, and many of the images produced are also curated on our Pinterest page, where every aspect of the Singita experience is celebrated. The images shared by guests using #ourSingita cover every little detail – wildlife sightings, interior décor, delicious meals, community visits, game drives, safari sunsets, favourite staff members, bush walks, swimming pools and more! Here are some of our favourite moments from the past few months for you to enjoy:

Goodbye Grumeti @singita_ || #singita #oursingita #giraffe #wildlife #safari

A photo posted by tre à la mode (@trealamode) on

What a great day. Nata Village, Serengeti.

A photo posted by Sam (@sam_thegirl) on

Don’t forget to add #ourSingita to your memories from our lodges, and visit Singita’s social media accounts for daily updates from our 12 lodges and camps in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Tanzania. Don’t forget our active Vimeo channel too!


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