| October 2020

Facts and fables

Last week a crash of rhinos approached a waterhole and one big bull, with his poor eyesight, decided to investigate our vehicle. The colossal beast was within arm’s reach before…
| October 2020

Traffic congestion at the intersection

Patience is a virtue, especially when beggars can’t be choosers! By mid-morning the desire for the plains game to quench their thirst overcomes any of their nervousness.
| October 2020

A Tall Order

We regularly watch reruns of this episode out on the Banyini open areas – it’s the one where a clan of hyenas ever so nonchalantly happen to surround a family…
| October 2020

Making feathered history

With winter clearly behind us and the warmth of summer heat approaching at a rate of knots, the Singita Kruger Park concession has never looked more beautiful in the few…
| October 2020

Bringing back the basics

Our guiding team recently got the opportunity to go on a primitive sleepout trail with Alan Yeowart, Singita’s Head of Safari Operations and Training.
| October 2020

What’s cooking in October?

October is traditionally a very hot and dry month here in Zimbabwe. The thought of this heat deters some guests from coming to Zimbabwe during this period, however there are…
| October 2020

Figs and drums

October is the start of our summer months as you can see from the green colour. We were doing morning game drive when my tracker stopped me and pointed at…
| October 2020

Dung and the beetles

In the wild nothing seems to go to waste. Dung, for instance, is considered waste as soon as it exits any system of a living organism. Try explain that to…