Singita Sabi Sand
Wildlife | August 2017

Spectacular Sightings: Why Conservation Counts

Singita Sabi Sand in South Africa is a pristine stretch of protected land in one of the most biologically rich areas on the continent. The high density of diverse flora…
Hlab’nkunzi cub - Singita Sabi Sand
Wildlife | April 2017

Seeing Spots in the Sabi Sand

The arrival of the monthly wildlife reports from Singita’s five reserves and concessions in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Tanzania is always a highlight for us city slickers. Reading about the…
General | December 2012

Looking Back: Great Guest Photos from 2012

We are always delighted to hear from past guests who have visited Singita, especially when they share their memories of their trip with us by way of some spectacular holiday…
Wildlife | October 2012

The re-acquaintance of an old friend

During my time as a guide working at Singita Kruger National Park, I spent many long hours with the Xinkelegane female. She was one of the most relaxed and therefore…
Wildlife | October 2011

Family Reunion

If you’ve been following news from Singita Field Guides, then you’ll remember the Xinkelengane female leopard at Singita Kruger National Park.  She has provided a multitude of gorgeous photo opportunities…
Wildlife | October 2011

Wonderful and Rare Sighting

A wonderful sighting this morning (Singita Pamushana, Zimbabwe) of a relaxed mother leopard and her two tiny cubs.  Hours were spent watching their intimate rituals of nursing, bathing and playing…
Wildlife | February 2011

Ravenscourt Young Male Goes Solo

Written by Singita Guide, James Crookes, Singita Sabi Sand As the Ravenscourt female leopard seems about to give birth to her 5th litter, it seems fitting to discuss the fate…
Wildlife | January 2011

Wildlife – the News in Pictures

This morning we had an unbelievable morning following our dominant male leopard and watched him as he modeled for nearly two hours. Singita Guide – Nicky Silberbauer Singita Sabi Sand