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Elephants in the grasslands
Singita Wildlife – Close Encounters

We at Singita, as custodians of 230,000 hectares (568,300 acres) of natural bush, work actively to protect and maintain this land and its wildlife in their original state. It is projected that the population of the African continent will double in the next 50 years. This has serious implications for a continent that has the highest diversity of mammals in the world and 2500 different species of birds. One of our many commitments to conservation is the documenting for research purposes, wildlife presence and movement as well as any other data of biological importance. On-going data collection has revealed a rapid and steady increase in resident game as a direct result of increased security and improved habitats. Furthermore Singita has embarked on a joint venture project that has been cited as the ‘most ambitious wildlife relocation in East Africa over the past 50 years’ – beginning this year with the repatriation of the first five of 32 critically endangered Eastern Black Rhinoceros from South Africa, back to their rightful home in East Africa.

Singita Pamushana
Zimbabwe – Singita Pumushana Lodge
Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve is teeming with an abundance of wildlife, including rare and endangered species such as the Roan antelope, sable and the Cape hunting dog. This region is also home to one of the highest concentrations of black rhino in Africa. Click below to read the Pamushana Guides' Diaries.
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Tanzania – Singita Sasakwa Lodge
Each of Singita’s three Grumeti Reserves locations is ideally positioned in the renowned migratory route traversed annually by more than a million wildebeest. Now Singita guests have an extended opportunity to view the migration between September and November via private charter flight.
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Singita Sabi Sand
Singita Sabi Sand
This area is recognised for its outstanding concentration of big game and frequent leopard sightings. But what you may not know is that Singita Sabi Sand has established one of the best Guiding schools in Africa, training Field Guides and Trackers to skilfully navigate through the bush.

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Singita Kruger National Park
South Africa – Singita Sweni Lodge – Kruger National Park
This remote wilderness area known as the N’wanetsi region is renowned for four formidable prides of lions. In the winter months between June and August a special part of daily game drives are the viewings of baby wildlife including lion cubs – but also young leopard and wild dog make for thrilling sightings.
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