February 28, 2017
Coffee Cocktails: A Recipe for Don Pedro by our Barista and Mixologist Extraordinaire
For South Africans of a certain generation, there is one digestif dessert that is synonymous with lively dinner parties and special occasions. A retro-classic cocktail from the 1970s, the Don Pedro has unclear origins but it was a hugely popular after-dinner drink and is a throwback to much a simpler culinary culture. Kicking off a...
February 23, 2017
If you had visited the Western Corridor of the Serengeti some 15 years ago, you would have found a dry and near-barren stretch of wilderness that had been devastated by uncontrolled hunting and rampant poaching. Thankfully, in the years since the Grumeti Fund was established in 2002 (now known as the Singita Grumeti Fund) and granted...
February 21, 2017
Making a Difference Through Community Partnerships
The term “modern conservation” has a very specific meaning to all of us at Singita; it describes the positively enhancing relationship between sustainable tourism, the preservation of pristine wilderness areas for future generations and the economic independence and social well-being of local communities. The latter is critical to all stakeholders as the families living close to Singita’s»
February 16, 2017
Founded in 1898, Kruger is one of the oldest national parks in the world and at over 4.8 million acres, it’s also one of the largest. Singita was granted a 33,000-acre concession of the park in 2001 and permitted to construct lodges and private roads in this unexplored part of the park, which was done...