We have decided to focus our May blog posts on Singita Grumeti Reserves in Tanzania. The obvious reason for this is that the famous annual wildebeest and zebra migration passes through our 340,000 acre concession over the next few months.

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This month we will be discussing so much more than just the migration, because visiting Singita Grumeti Reserves is such a rich experience that there is no shortage of amazing content. In fact, deciding what to include this month has been incredibly difficult!
We hope you enjoy our month of May blog posts. We’d love to hear your thoughts, either as comments on the actual blog post, comments on the Facebook notes or tweets.


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