Wildlife at Singita
This is Singita Private Game Reserve, the heartland of Africa.
View game at sunrise or sunset, on foot or from an open safari vehicle, as a professional armed game ranger and skilled Shangaan tracker guide you along the spoor of Lion, Leopard, Elephant, Buffalo and Rhino.
Landrover safaris are limited to only six people per vehicle and radio contact brings you reports of the latest game sightings and encounters. At dusk, your personal game guard escorts you safely from your suite to the open air boma, for pre-dinner drinks around a blazing log fire.
The Sabi Sands gets its name the perennial Sand River that bisects the reserve and the fine, sandy substrate found throughout.
Globally renowned for its diversity and concentration of big game, the Sabi Sands features broad, open savannah interspersed with acacia thornveld, rocky outcrops and riverine forest.
Herds of buffalo and elephant, large prides of lion, majestic leopard and antelope by the thousands make the 18,500 hectare Singita Private Game Reserve, at the heart of the Sabi Sands, one of the finest locations for viewing the Big 5 anywhere in the world.
The Lebombo Concession adds an exciting new dimension to the Singita wildlife experience.
Located in the Kruger National Park's southeast, on the border with Mozambique, Lebombo represents one of the few remaining unexplored territories of this celebrated wildlife sanctuary.
The Lebombo mountain range runs diagonally across the expanse, interlaced by the Nwanetsi and Sweni Rivers. The rangers testify that the area holds the highest densities of game they've seen anywhere, including a wealth of Big 5, abundant antelope and birdlife, and an incredible diversity of smaller animals.
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