Singita Sabora Tented Camp
Serengeti National Park, Tanzania
At a Glance
Watch game wander through camp
Enjoy a game of tennis out in the wild
Beautifully designed individual raised tented suites
Quiet and intimate tented camp
Game drives are on and off road for excellent game sightings
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Tanzania is a large country, with a varied climate. Generally, the long rains run from March to May - the temperature is warm and the humidity is high. June to October is the long dry season, and the short rains are in November and December, much lighter than the long rains. January and February are again dry (the short dry season) so this is another good time to visit.
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Set on the plains of Grumeti Reserve in the path of the great wildebeest migration, Singita Sabora Tented Camp is the ultimate for a luxury camping experience in a small, intimate camp comprising of just nine stunning safari tents.
The private Grumeti Reserve is a 340,000 acre (140,000 hectare) safari destination bordering the Serengeti National Park to the north east. It is part of the greater Serengeti ecosystem and sits in the path of the great wildebeest migration, producing excellent game viewing.
Singita Sabora Tented Camp is a small and very stylish tented camp set on the plains of the Grumeti Reserve. Decorated in 1920s grand campaign style, each of the nine tents comes fully equipped with four-poster bed, flush loo, rolltop bath, air-conditioning and telephone. Every two tents share a ‘library’ with a desk and two chaises longues.
In addition to day and night game drives, guests can play tennis on the outdoor court, take a dip in the pool and enjoy short drives in Sabora’s two vintage cars, as well as make use of the facilities at Sasakwa Lodge. Sabora is completely unfenced so animals are free to wander through and around the camp and they come to drink at the nearby watering hole which the camp overlooks. This is the ideal base for couples and families, with just nine safari vehicles (for three camps) covering an area almost the size of the Maasai Mara.
Singita Sabora Tented Camp has just nine luxury air-conditioned safari tents. Each spacious tent features an en-suite bathroom with a bath and outdoor shower, dressing area, reading area, viewing deck with Swarovski spotting scope and a library lounge tent.
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Each luxury tent features an en-suite bathroom with bath and outdoor shower, dressing area, reading area, viewing deck and wireless internet.
Children over the age of 10 years are welcome at Singita Sabora Tented Camp. It should also be noted that in the interest of safety, participation of children in any game activities (drives/walks/bike rides) is at the discretion of their guide. Babysitting can be arranged for those that require it.
The main area of the camp offers a dining room, bar lounge with satellite television, DVD player and library, elevated viewing deck and a swimming pool. There is also a tennis court and guests here can enjoy the use of facilities at Sasakwa Hill Lodge. Guests can go to Singita Sasakwa to horseride as no riding can take place in the area around Singita Sabora Tented Camp.
The main activities include twice daily game drives with professional guides. Other activities such as archery, stargazing safaris, mountain biking and tennis are all available.
Best for ambience & design - With a choice of four places to stay, Singita Grumeti Reserves is on a 340,000 acre private concession created by US billionaire Paul Tudor Jones II on the edge of the Serengeti National Park. The nine-cottage Sasakwa Lodge provides the most luxurious accommodation, with beautiful, colonial-style decor, private infinity pools, four-poster beds and claw-footed bathtubs. Sabora Tented Camp comprises nine sumptuous Bedouin-style tents on an open plain; the more cutting-edge Faru Faru Lodge has nine stone, canvas and thatched suites in shady woodland on the Grumeti River. An exclusive new mobile camp, Singita Explore, was launched in June 2011.
X-factor 'The South African design group Cecile & Boyd's has created four wonderfully evocative worlds at Singita Grumeti,' says Gold List contributor Peter Browne. 'Each is distinctive, multi-layered and lavishly attended to. The detailing is just sensational.'
Camilla Smith (Staff)
Singita Sabora Plains is the ultimate tented safari experience. The rooms are all equipped with all the traditional safari items but done in a stylish twist. Think roll top baths, leather luggage trunks, writing tables, lanterns, beautiful wraught iron bed and stunning rugs. You feel like you are taken back 50 years how safari's first began, it is incredibly elegant and unbelievably comfortable - nothing has been forgotten. This is camping like you would never have imagined - there is even air conditioning in the tents!
The tents all look out onto the Serengeti plains, during the wildebeest migration huge herds of wildebeest and zebra will be munching and grunting all around camp!
Not only are the tents gorgeous, but the Singita service, quality, guiding and food make your stay incredibly memorable!
Game drive in the Serengeti
Explore the vast grasslands of the Serengeti with your safari guide on game drives in the early morning and late afternoon. This is one of the most famous national parks in Africa, and it's easy to see why.
Hot air ballooning over the Serengeti
Soar over the Serengeti's savannah plains in a hot air balloon at dawn, watching wildlife beneath you & finishing with a champagne bush breakfast.
Search for the migration herds
One of Africa's most iconic moments - the migration of two million wildebeest, zebras and gazelles around the Serengeti-Maasai Mara ecosystem.
Location & directions
Serengeti National Park, Tanzania
Singita Grumeti is located in northern Tanzania and forms part of the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem, bordering on the Serengeti National Park. The Singita Grumeti concession spans a vast 350,000 acres (140,000 hectares) of relatively untouched wilderness.