Seen as one of the most revolutionary safari destinations of South Africa and the world for the past two decades, the Singita Sabora Tented Camp is located in northern Tanzania, in the magnificent wilderness area of Grumeti reserves, occupying over 350,000 acres. The sustainable safari company, Singita strictly follows three core values, wildlife conservation, eco-friendly tour, and community support, and ensure their best efforts to preserve, conserve and protect one of the brightest regions in the world, otherwise known as the “Place of Miracles”.
This retreat is the idyllic vacation destination for those who have an avid desire for adventure and being in touch with nature. Singita has a particularly 1920s-style and knows how to provide an intimate setting like no other. Guests will be able to explore the splendid and rugged savannah plains that surround the area.
Having direct access to the plains, the Singita Camp has 9 well-equipped en-suite tents. These are furniture with a series of enticing and glamorous features, such as a treasure trove of antiques and artefacts, Zanzibari chests, Persian rugs as well as massive designs of crystal, silverware and brass. In order to keep a genuine local character, Maasai blankets and traditional beadwork were also added. To the plains were added day beds so guests can seize from mesmerising views and wildlife in extreme comfort.
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The main camp area possesses a refreshing swimming pool. The Safari Company offers many amenities and activities, including a gym facility, a tennis course, guided safari walks to enjoy the whimsical surroundings, archery lessons, community visits, daylight and nocturnal game drives for six people to discover the magical and wild essence of Africa, many activities for families to do together. Basically, a stay in this esteemed lodge will allow one to have a unique experience with wildlife, from bearded wildebeests to bat eared fox, to cheetahs, to Maasai giraffes, to elephants and leopards, not to mention, all the zebras that wander around the land.
Moreover, the Tented Camp has the Singita Boutique & Gallery where one will be able to discover African treasures that were scattered from all around the continent as well as a wide range of collectable sculptures, jewellery, carvings and furnishings that will give you the ultimate safari and artistic experiences while making you feel at home.
The stunning hospitality service has an exceptional spa treatment room where can benefit from a holistic and therapeutic approach. Through a delightful and peaceful ambience in private spaces, guests will be revitalised with body treatments, polishing scrubs, and nourishing masks. Dermalogica products are used in all treatments.
Singita is renowned for producing a series of projects that developed the living conditions through the 21 villages. Amongst the main projects is the School of Cooking, a programme in based on theory and practice that was introduced ten years ago and has the purpose of encouraging individuals to mature their culinary skills. Many of the participants have gone to cook for guests in some of the most prestigious lodges of Singita.
“As a safari company, Singita differentiates itself in a philosophical way. Whereas the growth of many businesses worldwide is bottom line driven, Singita’s decisions take into account 20, 50 and even 100-year horizons. People feel privileged to stay in unpopulated, untouched wilderness areas and they choose to stay with us because our lodges have a reputation for being rare and authentic, while embodying a philosophy of sensitivity. There’s an authenticity of place at each of our lodges that is not only a rarity but touches guests on every level – spiritual, emotional and physical.” – Luke Bailes, CEO of Singita.
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