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The Serengeti Conservation Area

The Serengeti Conservation Area


Singita Grumeti Reserves is situated South-East of Lake Victoria in the northern part of Tanzania. We operate over an extensive area (about 1500 km’s2) and form a vital part of the greater Serengeti / Mara ecosystem.

Singita Grumeti Reserves is not only an important part of the ecosystem but also a vital buffer between the villagers, who reside around the Serengeti and, the Serengeti National Park.

To create, maintain and improve the nature of this buffer Singita Grumeti Reserves works tirelessly to improve the relationship between man and the Serengeti / Mara ecosystem. With the overall goal being the creation of a sustainable and conservation friendly relationship between the two.


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