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…
Wild dogs at Singita Sabi Sand
Wildlife | September 2016

Dog days at Singita Sabi Sand

Support for endangered species is an important element of Singita’s conservation purpose. Once widespread, the African wild dog is now one such endangered animal, so it’s especially thrilling to see…
General | March 2016

Hitting the Game Drive Jackpot

Every month, our field guides write a Wildlife Report which details the previous few weeks’ animal sightings, as well as notable birds and plants, rainfall in the region and changes…
African wild dogs at Singita Pamushana Lodge, Malilangwe, Zimbabwe
Wildlife | November 2015

An African Treasure

Field guide and wildlife photographer Ross Couper was born in Zimbabwe and grew up in the Matopos National Park, so he has a special connection to the country and its…
Wildlife | September 2010

Running with the Pack

In the June edition of the guides’ diary, we announced our exciting discovery of a wild dog den site on our property in the Sabi Sand. Since then, we have…
General | May 2010

Wild Dog Pups in Singita Sabi Sands

Everyone in Singita Sabi Sand has for the last few weeks been waiting in anticipation to find out where, if at all, the wild dogs decide to den. Yesterday, after…