Serengeti – Singita Grumeti

Situated next to the Serengeti National Park, the reserve was created to protect Tanzania’s wildebeest migration path. With 350,000 acres of wilderness, Singita Grumeti is a lush ecosystem that’s home to a large diversity of animals. It’s low impact tourism mixed with luxury lodges. The Great Migration in Tanzania is an amazing spectacle to witness – with up to two million animals (wildebeest, zebra, and gazelles) moving in dusty columns to find fresh grazing spots and water.

Singita Grumeti is made up of four permanent lodges and one mobile camp. It’s the perfect place to enjoy a luxurious safari with breathtaking wildlife sightings.

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Highlights in Serengeti – Singita Grumeti

  • Enjoy a classic safari experience that Singita is famous for
  • Dine a traditional African meal under the stars in a boma
  • Go on an early morning game drive on the Serengeti plains
  • Watch the migration from the comfort of a lodge, or on a safari vehicle
  • Visit the community and learn their customs
  • Relax and rejuvenate with spa treatments

Featured Accommodation

Singita Faru Faru Lodge

Singita Faru Faru has eight elegant suites with floor-to-ceiling windows, and a Swarovski spotting scope for leisurely game viewing without leaving your room. Set out on twice-daily game drives in the exclusive Singita Grumeti, a private reserve bordering the Serengeti. Other activities on offer include guided walks along the Grumeti…

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Singita Sasakwa Lodge

While at times it might feel like you’re on a movie set, the opulent and dreamy Singita lodge in Tanzania is always being voted in the Top 10. With 10 private cottages, each cottage has its own en-suite bathroom, inside shower and bath, and private plunge pool. The turn-of-the-century manor…

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Singita Sabora Tented Camp

With a nudge towards the 1920s and 30s, Singita’s Sabora Tented Camp is for those who love both adventure and grandeur. The camp consists of 9 luxury tents each with a private viewing deck. Imagine chandeliers and tent canvas; the finest gourmet delights and big wooden tables. It’s this mixture…

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Singita Explore Camp

Singita Explore is a private use tented camp on the plains of the Serengeti, that moves around during the year to provide optimal game viewing in the exclusive Serengeti Grumeti area. Singita Explore has been designed to operate on a minimal amount of energy consumption ensuring little impact on the…

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