| September 2015

Singita Lamai

Singita Mara River Tented Camp was at the epicentre of many of the rainstorms that passed through the area, and the grasses within close proximity to the camp became lush…
| September 2015

Singita Sabi Sand

As the first raindrop fell on the dry earth we breathed a sigh knowing that the heavy clouds would settle the dust and summer would start to show her bloom. …
| July 2015

Singita Sabi Sand

With four weeks until spring, it’s an exciting time of the year. The cold winter mornings will be turning into cool mornings with warm midday’s, well worth spending around your…
| August 2014

Singita Sabi Sand

Lion versus hippo Article by Andy Gabor Interaction between two different species is always interesting to watch. Sometimes it can be playful and inquisitive as in the case of a…
| July 2014

Singita Kruger National Park

As white as snow Article and photos by Nick du Plessis On the 11th of July we had a sighting, that when it came over the radio, you could hardly…
| May 2014

Singita Kruger National Park

Short tail but a beautiful face The bateleur eagle (Terathopius ecaudatus) is arguably the most beautiful and definitely the most colourful bird of prey in our area. Its name has a…
| March 2014

Singita Kruger National Park

Cheetah Article by Enos Mngomezulu The word ‘cheetah’ is derived from the Hindi word ‘chita’ meaning ‘spotted one’. The Singita concession has a good habitat for these elegant animals. They prefer…
| February 2014

Singita Lamai

February in Lamai was characterised by breath-taking landscapes and open spaces teeming with wildlife. The amount of general game in the area was thriving, to be rivalled only by those…
| February 2014

Singita Sabi Sand

Territorial expansion…? Article by Ross Couper The last few weeks have been exciting to say the least, it has been action-packed for the month. The Mhangeni pride has been within…