Singita Grumeti Reserve–Tanzania
Singita Grumeti is located adjacent to the Western Corridor of Serengeti National Park and encompasses 400,000 acres of unrivaled wilderness. Wide river valleys meandering through the plains, grasslands, woodland and forest support a thriving and diverse ecosystem. The area is on the famous Great Migration route, which is traveled by hundreds of thousands of animals every year. Grumeti features unparalleled exclusivity combined with the ability to enjoy a wide selection of activities not allowed inside the Serengeti itself.
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Daily game drives with professional guides and trackers provide the perfect opportunity to get up close to Africa’s incredible animals, while spotlit nighttime drives reveal the elusive magic of nocturnal Africa. Our game drives are all conducted in state-of-the-art Land Rovers, each accommodating a maximum of six guests. During your stay at a Singita lodge, you are likely to spot a great variety of wildlife including leopard, lion, rhino, large herds of buffalo, elephant, reedbuck, hyena, hippopotamus, nyala, cheetah, wild dog and many species of birds.
Walking safaris and mountain bike treks can also be part of your experience in Grumeti.
Singita Sabora Tented Camp
Singita Faru Faru Lodge
Due to the natural watering hole on-site, guests needn’t ever leave, as here, the safari comes to you. The surrounding grassland is so awash with wildlife that guests can lounge in the swimming pool overlooking the waterhole, recline in the Lodge’s elevated viewing decks, or unwind in the comfort of a luxurious room and watch as predators and prey are drawn right up to the lodge.
Animals commonly viewed from camp include elephant, cape buffalo, giraffe, zebra, gazelle, impala and topi.
Singita Sasakwa Lodge
Each suite has a private infinity pool and the camp also includes a billiards room and tennis courts.
Where is Singita Grumeti Reserve?
Singita Grumeti, situated adjacent to the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania, is an integral part of the Serengeti-Mara Ecosystem, the home of the Great Migration.
THE RESERVE WAS CREATED BY THE TANZANIAN GOVERNMENT IN 1994 IN ORDER TO PROTECT THE PATH OF THE ANNUAL WILDEBEEST MIGRATION AND THE INDIGENOUS BIODIVERSITY OF THIS VAST AND IMPORTANT ECOSYSTEM.