fbpx

Redefining glamping

Singita’s luxury Serengeti tented camp is set to reopen in September.

04 September 2020

Advertisement

Set in a 350,000-acre concession in the Serengeti in northern Tanzania, Singita Sabora Tented Camp has captivated guests for more than a decade with its inimitable location. Reopening at the end of September 2020, the lodge’s extensive redesign is a modern interpretation of luxury tented safaris, while retaining the elements of a romantic experience under canvas.

With added comforts such as private meditation decks and secluded outdoor deck with shaded daybeds, the new camp is now set even closer to the ground. Guests can spend languid afternoons reading on their balconies, idly watch game passing by, and immerse themselves in Sabora’s setting. With not much separating them from the bush, every sight, sound and smell is amplified, maximising the thrill of this tented experience.

The nine self-contained suites feature a seamless combination of in- and outdoor living spaces, which include private areas to rest, relax and immerse oneself in wellness activities like outdoor yoga and soothing guided rituals and treatments. The tents also offer private fitness areas and lifestyle units such as a curated pantry and dining area.

Advertisement

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 wholly embraces the One Planet Living sustainability framework adopted by Singita.

Sabora’s location at eye level with grazing herds of wildlife rewrites the script on sustainable experiences in the wilderness.

Celebrating the romance of a tented camp and the opportunity for a restorative retreat, Sabora’s thoughtfully tailored luxury is set to reframe the future of luxury safaris on the continent.

Set in the western corridor of the Serengeti, Singita Grumeti gives guests exclusive access to the Serengeti Mara ecosystem – the renowned migratory route of the Great Migration. It’s 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.

Singita Sabora Tented Camp is set to reopen at the end of September 2020. Rates start from $1,650 per person per night in off-peak season to $2,400 per person per night in peak season.

 

firstclassmagazine.co

  • Advertisement

  • Advertisement

  • Advertisement

Share via
Copy link