Singita are renowned across the world for providing some of the finest safari options across Africa. From Kwitonda Lodge in Rwanda to Sweni in the Kruger National Park, they are operational in a number of African countries.
One of their most impressive destinations is the Serengeti, Tanzania. With a 350,000 acre private game reserve for their exclusive use, visitors here can combine exceptional game viewing with unbelievably luxurious accommodation. From Sasakwa to Faru Faru, there are a handful of lodges in this private reserve that borders the National Park.
Although the Covid-19 pandemic has put a halt on a lot of travel, Tanzania largely remained open, yet visitor numbers still dipped dramatically. This gave the opportunity for Singita to refurbish their tented camp Sabora.
Although official pictures, haven’t been released yet, below you will find a virtual tour of the camp and some exclusive photos from Tanzania Expert Sam’s visit to the camp during October.
Located on the same spot as the previous camp, there are now 9 luxury tents that form a semi-circle overlooking the endless grassy plains that optimise the Serengeti eco-system.
The old tents had a 1920’s colonial feel to them, yet the tents have been completely rebuilt and are now modern, airy and spacious with a beautiful deck for you to relax on during your time between game drives. Yet the essence of a tented camp is certainly not lost.
There is also a spa, gym and curio shop as well as a swimming pool that all have stunning views.
Sunrise and sunsets from the lodge are a favourite amongst camp staff, and they delight in sharing their experiences with you. From cheetahs running through camp, to lions roaring at night, you can expect an exciting and opulent safari whilst staying at Sabora.
Covid Protocols are strict at Singita with hand washing and sanitising, as well as temperature checks after every game drive. Every member of staff wears their face mask morning, noon and night and you can be sure that your safety is of the utmost importance.