Sometimes it’s a rustle of leaves and a flash of spotted fur seen through the bush, other times the wildlife lies in plain sight, enjoying a dust bath in the road or a lazy afternoon snooze in open grassland. Photographic opportunities abound at Singita, and not least of all for capturing the unique and beautiful animals that make these pristine wilderness areas their home. Luckily, our field guides and guests are often there to get the action on film (or on a memory card!) and share these unforgettable moments on Instagram. We’ve rounded up last year’s ten most popular posts from the Singita account and you’ll notice that it’s a wonderful snapshot of some of the continent’s most precious and vulnerable species; creatures that Singita is dedicated to preserving:

Join our Instagram family by following @Singita_ and don’t forget to use the hashtag #OurSingita when sharing your memories of our lodges and camps online. Singita’s social media platforms are a great way to catch a glimpse of daily life in our five regions across Africa, as well as a way for us to share our conservation message with the world. Most recently, we collaborated with Hayley and Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line in a campaign to raise awareness for our community and conservation projects in South Africa and Tanzania, and used Instagram to spread the word about this project. Please check out the post to see more, and read this recent blog post to learn about Singita’s conservation goals for 2017.

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