Singita is a conservation company that’s been preserving African wilderness for the past two decades. Through an award-winning safari experience with 12 unique lodges and camps across South Africa, Tanzania and Zimbabwe, Singita is able to fund the protection and preservation of almost 1 million acres of pristine land and existing wildlife populations, and helps empower communities on the outskirts of the reserves.
The company has launched Singita Private with the introduction of two new exclusive packages in Southern and East Africa. This collection of six exclusive-use African properties under one umbrella offers a secluded safari experience through which guests can explore their own slice of Africa. Each Singita Private booking will contribute 1 percent toward the construction of a new environmental education centre at Singita Sabi Sand.
Each property is designed with spacious interiors, while exteriors branch out into the wild surrounds of unspoiled Africa. Properties come with their own staff and a host dedicated to help each guest create their own personalised safari experience (especially essential for multi-generational groups).
The first Singita Private experience: three nights at Singita Explore and two nights at Serengeti House exploring 350 000 acres of private reserve in Tanzania. Guests are in complete control with a camp host, chef, camp staff and a private guide, allowing them to arrange activities on a whim. Singita Explore is a private-use tented camp on the plains of the Serengeti. Serengeti House accommodates up to eight guests in four suites (features a large swimming pool and its own private tennis court).
The second Singita Private experience: four nights at Lebombo Villa in South Africa’s Kruger National Park and four nights at Pamushana Villa in Zimbabwe, including scheduled flights on Federal Air. At Lebombo guests have access to three private pools and the main lodge’s pool. Pamushana Lodge overlooks a lake in the remote reaches of the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve. The 5-bedroom villa is dressed in bold, royal African prints and gives access to a private infinity pool and panoramic views.