As a young boy I prided myself in being able to identify most of the bird species found in South Africa.  This passion never disappeared and by the age of twenty-one I decided I was going to become a Game Ranger.  I caught the “bush bug”.

Ever since then James Suter has been living and breathing exhilarating experiences in the wilds of Africa – for many years as a Singita Field Guide, connecting guests to safari in a real and authentic way – allowing them to savour moments in the wilderness, and be transformed by the power of those moments. We are thrilled to introduce James Suter as he brings safari to life in Singita’s upcoming new blog and social media series.  Be inspired by heart-pounding photography, video and stories, as James walks through the bush tracking wildlife, and rambles along rugged terrain in a Land Rover tapping into a daily discovery and experience of the Singita reserves and wilderness.

Follow him on Facebook and right here on Singita’s blog.


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