Singita is a collection of nine luxury lodges and camps located in three different countries – South Africa, Tanzania and Zimbabwe – all situated on the African continent.

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Every Singita lodge and camp celebrates the awe-inspiring raw beauty of the African wilderness. Each lodge and camp is ensconced in the most profound settings and all nine have been constructed to coexist with, rather than overpower, their surroundings.

At Singita we pride ourselves on our ability to create exceptional and memorable experiences for our guests. Our focus on sustainable tourism ensures that the every Singita guest has the opportunity to return, year after year, to the breathtaking Africa they first fell in love with.

There is a significant amount of depth, soul and magic that combine to make Singita the ultimate luxury African safari experience. It’s impossible to sum this up in one blog post but, hopefully over the course of a few posts (or more), we’ll be able to impart a fraction of what makes Singita so remarkable.


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