After carefully assessing every risk and tailoring preventative measures that ensure the health and safety of all our guests and staff, Singita is ready to welcome you back at our lodges & camps as soon as travel bans and lockdowns are lifted.
Your health is our top priority and Singita’s well-informed measures address all concerns travellers may have surrounding COVID-19. In line with the latest recommendations from leading authorities like the World Health Organization, our protocols ensure safe environments and experiences throughout your stay. Our unique guest experience has been the bedrock of a stay at Singita since our inception, and has always included the utmost privacy and exclusivity. It forms a seamless part of our new operational procedures, which safeguard your peace of mind at every turn.
“We are ready to welcome you on an unforgettable African safari in a sanctuary where your health and wellbeing are top of mind.”
All of Singita’s properties have strict protocols in place in the event of a guest falling ill or displaying symptoms of COVID-19 while at the lodge.
These protocols include isolation in guest suites, access to the on-site medical officer and incident management team, and emergency Medivac airlifts to the nearest pre-approved medical facility for treatment, should the need arise.
On-site essential equipment, medication and first-aid skills supplied by Africa SAFE-T.
Supported by specialised remote medical consulting team.
Comprehensive incident management includes coordinating medical care, stabilising and lifesaving treatment.
Medivac emergency airlift to nearby hospitals
Singita Covid-19 Protocols
Third-parties and Transfers
Singita is working with all partner transport suppliers (air and ground) to ensure that appropriate hygiene and safety measures are implemented in line with Covid-19 protocols.
Our suppliers are following strict guidelines stipulated by the relevant regulatory bodies. The safety of our guests is our highest priority and all necessary safety and hygiene protocols are in place to welcome them back to our lodges and camps.
Some of these measures include protective wear for staff and guests, staff monitoring and testing, staff training on health and safety protocols, general hygiene and extensive sanitising practices on vehicles and aircraft, comprehensive cleaning after every use, and screening guests on arrival.