The Great Elephant Census
Wildlife | November 2016

The Alarming Results of the Great Elephant Census

Habitat loss. Climate change. Human conflict. There are many reasons why elephants, arguably the continent’s most iconic animals, are disappearing from African landscapes, but the biggest threat to this vulnerable…
Elephants at Singita Pamushana
Wildlife | July 2016

Fun & Games at Sosigi Dam

We usually try to ascribe animal behaviour to survival mechanisms, like learning to hunt, establishing dominance or strengthening muscles. Sometimes though, they really are just having fun! This was certainly…
Wildlife | June 2016

Wildlife Updates from Singita Kruger National Park

Guests at Singita Kruger National Park have 33,000 acres over which to roam on twice-daily game drives with their dedicated field guide and tracker. The area is well known for…
Elephant calf by Ross Couper (C)
Wildlife | January 2016

The Irrepressible Charm of Baby Elephants

There is something universally amusing about the antics of young elephant calves; their short, stocky bodies, unwieldy trunks and ears, stubby tusks and the shock of hair that sprouts on…
Elephants in the Serengeti - Singita Grumeti
Wildlife | November 2015

Grassland Giants

Singita Grumeti, situated adjacent to the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania, is an integral part of the Serengeti-Mara Ecosystem. Singita manages the concession on behalf of the non-profit Grumeti Community…
Elephant antics at Singita Sabi Sand
Wildlife | April 2014

Elephant Antics at Singita Sabi Sand

One story from our latest Wildlife Report from Singita Sabi Sand got plenty of attention this week and was shared on various news and social media networks worldwide. It’s easy…