Chef Bruce Robertson has traversed all corners of the globe; Cape to Cairo by thumb, Vancouver to New York on a ‘little’ bus, and London to Rome by bicycle.  Now former Singita Boulders Head chef Bruce Robertson is stepping back into the bush to guide guests through their own tailored gourmet safari, pairing the most natural ingredients with nature’s most unspoiled setting.

Experience African cuisine at its best and learn some of the art of preparing a few local treats on an interactive culinary journey combined with the thrill of open game drives and dinner under the stars.  A visit to Singita’s school of cooking and an opportunity to get involved in this community initiative are also highlights of this adventure.  The Singita School of Cooking is located on site at the Staff Village that serves Lebombo and Sweni. It was established with the aim of encouraging the development of culinary skills amongst local youth.

Exclusive to Singita Sweni Lodge the Singita Gourmet Safari is a rare opportunity to absorb the warmth of the African Bush in the hands of a true culinary guru – five days and four nights filled with intrigue, warmth, laughter and phenomenal cuisine.

For more information, or to book your tailored Singita Gourmet Safari, please visit our website.


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