Singita launches Singita Private – a collection of 6 African properties

Award winning safari company, Singita has launched Singita Private, a collection of six exclusive-use African properties under one umbrella. They recently added two more to this collection in Southern and East Africa. Here’s a look at the two –

The first new Singita Private experience includes three nights at Singita Explore and two nights at Serengeti House. True to the Signia style, this would be a secluded and personalized safari experience where you will be in complete control with a camp host, chef, camp staff and a private guide at your disposal. Singita Explore is a private-use tented camp on the plains of the Serengeti and can comfortably accommodate up to eight guests with a house comprised of 4 suites, a large swimming pool and your own private tennis court. The Singita Private package costs $5,577.50 per person sharing, based on 8 guests.

The second new Singita Private experience combines Singita Lebombo Villa in South Africa and Pamushana Villa in Zimbabwe. This will be a four nights stay at Singita Lebombo Villa in South Africa’s Kruger National Park and four nights at Pamushana Villa in Zimbabwe, including scheduled flights on Federal Air. At Singita Lebombo you will be amazed by the picturesque views of the N’wanetsi River which you can take in from the expansive wooden deck that floats above the trees and leads back inside to the suites. Four suites, one main pool and three private pools make this a luxurious stay indeed.

The Singita Pamushana Lodge in Zimbabwe is a 5-bedroom villa that overlooks a lake in the remote reaches of the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve. You have your own private infinity pool with panoramic views of the 130,000 acre reserve and towering trees. The price for the new Singita Private package starts at approx. $13,316 per person sharing, based on 6 guests.

In line with Singita’s ethos as a conservation company, each Singita Private booking will contribute 1% to local community initiatives such as “Singita School of Cooking” in Tanzania and South Africa or the “Fortifying Young Children” program in Zimbabwe.