Singita Faru Faru Lodge, Tanzania

Singita Faru Faru Lodge, Tanzania

One of the advantages of producing the Singita blog is providing a platform for sharing interesting stories, the latest news and beautiful photographs with our readers. Some of our most popular posts include Highlights from our Wildlife Reports and close-ups of the lodge design and decor, while food-lovers seem to enjoy our unusual Africa-inspired recipes and styling ideas.

Singita Sweni Lodge, South Africa

Singita Sweni Lodge, South Africa

The subjects of animals, landscapes, food, architecture and interiors are reflected in many of our visitors’ own social media posts. As a way of showcasing and celebrating this content, a new page was created on the Singita website to serve as an online scrapbook.

Singita Pamushana Lodge, Zimbabwe

Singita Pamushana Lodge, Zimbabwe

Guests are now able to share their most memorable moments by adding the hashtag #ourSingita to their Twitter and Instagram posts, which in turn are published on this page along with the latest Singita blog posts. Users are also able to share content via Pinterest and Facebook, or even submit their photos, videos and stories via the website. It’s a wonderful way to stay updated on the latest goings on at the lodges and gain a guest’s perspective of the experience of staying at Singita.

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The new #ourSingita page on our website

Keep your finger on the pulse by following Singita on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest and Vimeo. Don’t forget that you can also subscribe to the blog via RSS for regular updates from our 12 lodges and camps in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Tanzania.


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