The Serengeti’s storied plains are a thing of wondrous beauty; endless grasslands, winding rivers, rocky volcanic outcrops and thorny acacia forests. Renowned for its epic mammal migration which draws thousands of safari lovers every year, this pristine wilderness is also one of the best places in the world to see lions in their natural habitat, along with a host of other unique wildlife. Once the migration has moved on, visitors are able to experience an array of untamed wildlife, including giraffe, elephant and gazelle; further proof that the Serengeti offers diverse and fascinating game viewing all year round. Singita’s lodges and camps in two concessions in the region offer an intimate glimpse at this incredible ecosystem.
Over the next two weeks we will be sharing the highlights of these vast conservation areas with you, from the lush, riverine landscape of Singita Lamai to the 350,000-acre Singita Grumeti reserve, ideally positioned on the migratory route which is home to an abundance of wildlife throughout the year. We’ll help you discover Singita Serengeti; a place where each season is as majestic as the last:
Singita is the trusted guardian of over half a million acres of land in Africa and responsible for making a tangible difference in the lives of the people living and working in and around its lodges through successful community development projects. The company proudly operates 6 lodges and camps in Tanzania, each a unique and thrilling safari experience in its own right. Find out more »