Conservation | November 2018

Protecting the Most Persecuted Big Cat in the World

With a 25-year history as one of Africa’s leading conservation tourism brands, Singita is undoubtedly an authority on finding the perfect balance between a luxury safari experience and sustainable, environmentally…
Conservation | February 2018

Project Pardus: Working with Panthera to Save Leopards

Recognised as the world’s main authority on the conservation status of biological species, the IUCN Red List classifies leopards as “vulnerable”, meaning that they are at high risk of endangerment…
Leopard conflict at Singita Sabi Sand
Wildlife | November 2017

Claws Out in Big Cat Country

Singita’s property in the Sabi Sand is one of the most well-protected wildlife areas in South Africa. According to a recent study by Panthera, it is also home to the…
Leopards at Singita Kruger National Park
Wildlife | November 2016

Spotting Singita Kruger National Park’s Lovely Leopards

Leopard sightings aren’t exactly rare in Singita’s 33,000-acre corner of the Kruger National Park; just last month, field guide Brian Rode recorded 35 separate sightings in his Wildlife Report! Although usually…
Wildlife | January 2016

Landing Strip Surprise at Singita Sabi Sand

One of the first things that visitors see when they come in to land at Singita Sabi Sand is the thatched boma that serves as a rustic, safari-style airport terminal.…
Wildlife | November 2012

Cat calls in the Kruger

Leopards are elusive cats and agile, stealthy predators. When I first arrived on the reserve, sightings were always fleeting, leaving the guide trying to convince the guest that the flash…