Spanning nearly 450,000 acres of endless savannah in Tanzania, Singita Serengeti offers visitors a front seat to the Great Migration as well as countless other wildlife experiences all year around. With a landscape that combines grassy plains with riverine forests and thorny scrubland, the area is home to a huge variety and number of big...
Singita Faru Faru Lodge
The health and happiness of the communities close to Singita’s reserves is a key part of preserving the integrity of these wilderness areas and their wildlife. In order to ensure this positively enhancing balance between tourism, the community and conservation is maintained, Singita and its partners, like the Singita Grumeti Fund in Tanzania, employs dedicated staff on each property to co-ordinate active support for development initiatives.
What could be more romantic than watching the sun set over the Serengeti with your new spouse, a chilled glass of wine in hand and a herd of zebra grazing in the distance? Honeymoons at Singita Grumeti are filled with unforgettable moments like this one, and plenty of other extraordinary experiences.
Singita has six different camps and lodges in Tanzania with a common design philosophy but each with a unique style which is complemented by the food design.
For some people, the day begins when the train passes by in the distance or a high-pitched alarm pierces the early morning quiet. They get moving with a cup of takeaway coffee, absent-mindedly scanning the morning paper, getting stuck into their email inbox or dodging traffic on the way to the office.
If you’ve been reading our blog for a while, you will no doubt have seen field guide James Suter’s incredible series of reports from our twelve lodges and camps in Africa. His stories from the bush were accompanied by spectacular photographs and expert descriptions of the animals and landscapes that he saw.