Singita Sabora Camp

premier Camp | Serengeti Nat'l Park, Tanzania

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Evoking a bygone era of the African safari reminiscent of Out of Africa, Singita Sabora Tented Camp is steeped in Victorian charm and the romance of the African bush. Situated in the 350,000-acre Singita Grumeti Concession, adjacent to the world-famous Serengeti National Park, Singita Sabora Camp is a luxury oasis with just nine suites that seamlessly blends elegance with unforgettable wildlife viewing.

Photo of Greg Courter

Our Expert Says

This romantic and very luxurious tented camp is located in the private Singita Grumeti Reserve’s concession bordering the Western Corridor of Serengeti National Park. The area has great resident wildlife, which is enhanced from May through July as the wildebeest migration makes its way through the area. Activities include wildlife drives and walks, bike rides, horseback rides, tennis and more.

– Greg Courter


Photo: The Camp

The Camp

Location: Grumeti Private Reserve, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania
Number of Tents: 9

Singita Sabora Tented Camp features nine luxury tents, elegantly appointed with antique mahogany travel chest, Persian rugs and silk curtains. Each air-conditioned suite features an en suite bathroom with a full bathtub and outdoor shower, separate dressing area and reading areas and a spacious viewing deck outfitted with a Swarovski spotting scope. The main area of the camp offers a dining room, bar, lounge with satellite television and a DVD player, library, swimming pool and an elevated viewing deck where guests sip sundowners and enjoy views of the magnificent water hole below where a retinue of wildlife comes for refreshment throughout the day. Singita Sabora Tented Camp is renowned for serving delicious feasts using locally grown, organic produce, coupled with vintage wines, in surprising and romantic settings. Imagine dining beneath a lamp-lit acacia or under the boughs of a large “Sausage” tree under starlit skies while listening to the enchanting chorus of the African night.

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Photo: Facilities & Amenities

Facilities & Amenities

  • En suite bathroom with tub and outdoor shower
  • Shampoo, conditioner and soap
  • Hair dryer
  • Air-conditioning
  • Mini bar
  • Tea/coffee in room
  • 220v charging outlets in room
  • Direct-dial telephone in room (all calls included)
  • In-room safe
  • Central pool
  • Spa (extra cost)
  • Fitness center
  • Wi-Fi available, can be intermittent
  • Laundry included
  • Local drinks included (house alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks)
  • Credit cards accepted (Visa, MasterCard, and American Express)
  • No cellular coverage, Internet may be slow and intermittent

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Photo: Wildlife Viewing & Activities

Wildlife Viewing & Activities

The Serengeti National Park is deservedly one of the most celebrated wildlife reserves in the world. Singita Sabora Tented Camp is set within the private, untouched wilderness of Singita Grumeti Reserve, which spans 350,000 acres in northern Tanzania along the western corridor of the park. The famous Serengeti Migration, an annual trek of two million animals bisects the reserve, which is home to large resident herds of impala, zebra, topi, eland and Grant’s and Thomson’s gazelle. Herds of up to 400 buffalo and 450 elephant, concentrations seldom seen elsewhere in Africa, are also encountered here. Large carnivores found in the reserve include lion, hyena, cheetah and leopard. Among the 70 species of mammal on the reserve are aardwolf, jackal, mongoose, serval, caracal, civet, genet, porcupine and aardvark. Other year round highlights include beautiful black and white Colobus monkeys and the world’s fasted primate, the rare Patas monkey. Activities include twice daily nature drives, walking safaris, mountain biking and horseback riding.

During the famous Great Migration, the wildebeest can be found dropping their young in the southern Serengeti between December and March, and are typically found attempting to cross the Mara River in the northern Serengeti between July and October. The resident wildlife in the park is found year-round. Other typical sightings may include jackal, warthogs and a number of other mammals, birds and reptiles. Exact sightings will depend on rain patterns and wildlife movements.

Click here to view our Great Migration Map

Country Park/Reserve
Black Rhino
Buffalo
Cheetah
Eland
Elephant
Gemsbok / Oryx
Giraffe
Hippo
Hyena
Leopard
Lion
Wildebeest
Zebra
Tanzania Serengeti Nat'l Park

Usually viewed
Frequently viewed
Occasionally viewed
Sporadically viewed
Rarely to never viewed

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Climate

Month Max Min Rainfall
January 81° F 64° F 2.2 in
27° C 17° C 56 mm
February 82° F 64° F 2.28 in
27° C 17° C 58 mm
March 82° F 68° F 4.49 in
27° C 20° C 114 mm
April 81° F 64° F 6.81 in
27° C 17° C 173 mm
May 81° F 64° F 4.21 in
27° C 17° C 107 mm
June 81° F 63° F 0.98 in
27° C 17° C 25 mm
July 81° F 63° F 0.79 in
27° C 17° C 20 mm
August 81° F 54° F 0.79 in
27° C 12° C 20 mm
September 82° F 68° F 0.98 in
27° C 20° C 25 mm
October 82° F 64° F 1.42 in
27° C 17° C 36 mm
November 82° F 64° F 2.72 in
27° C 17° C 69 mm
December 81° F 64° F 2.6 in
27° C 17° C 66 mm

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Photo: Conservation

Conservation

Singita Sabora Tented Camp supports the Grumeti Community and Wildlife Conservation Fund’s ambitious rhino relocation initiative. The sub-species of black rhino that inhabits this area was on the verge of extinction after its numbers plummeted from around 1,200 in the 1960s to just 42. Singita Grumeti Reserves has acquired 34 rhinos from South Africa and will, in conjunction with TANAPA (Tanzania National Parks), relocate them to the Serengeti in the next few years, completing the biggest single relocation of black rhino in history. This exciting initiative could not have been carried out if it were not for Singita Sabora Tented Camp, which provided funds to acquire, transport and maintain a safe environment for the rhinos. The Grumeti Fund has also created a formidable anti-poaching unit to patrol the region. A job creation initiative funded in part by Singita Sabora Tented Camp works to provide sustainable employment opportunities to local people to help eliminate illegal hunting.

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