Once a dry, mostly barren corner of the Serengeti, the establishment of Singita’s 350,000-acre reserve in 2003, combined with dedicated conservation work and anti-poaching projects, has resulted in a 1000% increase in wildlife activity in the region.
Singita Serengeti is now the best place on earth to see the Great Migration, as well as hundreds of other bucket-list species all year round.
Guests in the reserve this week have reported astounding daily sightings, including:
- Migratory herds of wildebeest, zebra, eland & topi across the plain
- Lions, lions and more lions – out on game drive and in camp
- Daily river crossings at Singita Lamai – even a few mega crossings of 1 000+ wildebeest
- Massive herds of elephants
- Leopards and cheetahs seen everyday
A visit to Singita Serengeti gives you exclusive access to over 350 000 acres of pristine wilderness. With the freedom to explore the area with no other vehicles in sight, this is the ultimate safari destination.
To make the most of this unprecedented surge in wildlife activity book your stay at Singita now. Singita are also offering a stay six nights pay for five across a selection of their luxurious lodges.
With an almost endless view over the majestic Seregeti Plains, Singita Sasakwa Lodge is located in the Grumeti Reserves in northern Tanzania, and forms part of the Serengeti Mara ecosystem. This lodge specialises in comfort, luxury and old world elegance.
Described as Informal, unconventional, and surprising at every turn, Singita Faru Faru Lodge is set in Grumeti in northern Tanzania, forming part of the Serengeti Mara ecosystem. Built on a gently sloping hill, this riverine lodge, positioned on the renowned migratory route, is a place where you can quite literally expect the unexpected.
This intimate 1920’s explorer’s camp immerses guests into the surrounding wilderness whilst losing nothing on the opulence of the camp itself. Singita Sabora Tented Camp is situated in an untouched wilderness area of Grumeti Reserves, spanning over 350,000 acres in northern Tanzania.
“It’s camping but not as you know it” Without a doubt this is the most authentic “roughing-it in great style” experience the Serengeti has to offer. A private use camp on the plains of the Serengeti, it is a return to the simplicity and authenticity of safari life but with a thoroughly modern sensibility and freshness about it.
This camp’s heart sits firmly with the concept of sustainable tourism and consciously seeks to eliminate the unnecessary use of energy and non-biodegradable materials. In keeping with philosophy, the camp operates “off-the-grid” and relies entirely on a custom designed solar system for its power and the use of recycled and natural materials wherever possible. Inside the camp, bohemian chic sets the tone for cool relaxation.