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Singita Ebony Lodge’s iconic family safaris

Featuring some of Africa’s most magnificent wildlife, Singita Ebony Lodge in Sabi Sand is the ideal setting for family vacations in the bush. Here, shared encounters within nature, tailor-made activities, the utmost privacy and personalised dining allow loved ones to truly connect, while creating memories to last a lifetime. Nestled among towering trees on the...

Honouring the past: A hike to Dian Fossey’s gravesite

‘When you realise the value of all life, you dwell less on what is past, and concentrate more on the preservation of the future.’ – Dian Fossey, renowned primatologist Enquire about your stay at Singita Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda >   The full significance of Dian Fossey’s last diary entry 33 years ago still reverberates...

In the footsteps of the forest’s gentle giants

Deeply engaging experiences often require venturing off the beaten track – to journey into untouched places where the wilderness and wildlife allow you to regain your perspective and sense of belonging in the natural world. And few encounters can be as soul-restoring as gorilla-trekking in Rwanda’s northwestern reaches. The survival of endangered mountain gorillas has...

Sensational Wildlife Sightings in South Africa

Guests at Singita’s two private concessions in South Africa – one in the Kruger National Park and one in the adjacent Sabi Sand Reserve – have a front-row seat to some of the most spectacular wildlife sightings in the world. These unforgettable encounters with the continent’s most iconic animals are the result of the dedicated work of Singita’s...

Cool & Crisp: The Beginning of Winter at Singita Sabi Sand

Honey-coloured mornings and dark orange sunsets, cool evenings, and clear skies filled with stars – this is the start of winter at Singita Sabi Sand. Purchased by the Bailes family 90 years ago, this stretch of pristine wilderness adjacent to the Kruger National Park was transformed into a wildlife reserve in 1948 and became home...

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