Set in a 350,000-acre concession in the Serengeti in northern Tanzania, Singita Sabora Tented Camp will reopen at the end of September with a new look. The updated camp has added comforts, such as private meditation decks and secluded outdoor salas with shaded daybeds.
The nine self-contained suites have a combination of in- and outdoor living spaces, which include private areas in which one can immerse themselves in wellness activities like outdoor yoga and guided rituals and treatments. The tents also offer private fitness areas and lifestyle units, such as a pantry and dining area.
The tents rest lightly above the ground, with minimal impact on the landscape and with the use of sustainable materials, natural light, cross ventilation, energy-efficient lighting and solar power. The “off-the-grid” design embraces the One Planet Living sustainability framework adopted by Singita.
Set in the western corridor of the Serengeti, Singita Grumeti gives guests access to the Serengeti Mara ecosystem and the renowned Great Migration. The camp is protected by the dedicated conservation team at the Grumeti Fund, Singita’s conservation partner in the region, who spearheads projects like the Anti-Poaching Canine Unit, black rhino relocations and the Serengeti Girls Run for the empowerment of girls in rural communities. This partnership applies the best of tourism and conservation to create programmes that benefit the local communities, wildlife and the natural landscape.
In addition to a classic Serengeti safari, Singita Sabora Tented Camp’s proximity to Singita Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda enables guests to experience a circuit with easy direct flights from Singita Grumeti to Kigali, combining the best of Tanzania’s wildlife and wilderness with transformative encounters with Rwanda’s endangered mountain gorillas.