The romantic 1920s-styled Singita Sabora Tented Camp is situated within the magnificent 350 000 acre Singita Grumeti Reserves in Northern Tanzania. The Grumeti concession was created to preserve the vast biodiversity of the Serengeti Mara ecosystem, and protect the path of the annual wildebeest migration. Singita now manages this concession, with the objective of ensuring long-term sustainability through low-impact tourism.
Sabora offers opulent Bedouin canvas tents, complete with antique mahogany travel chests, Persian rugs and silk curtains. The elegant lodge is located to ensure 360-degree views of the game-filled plains and blends harmoniously with the surrounding African bush. Luxurious accommodation coupled with flawless service, ensures an unforgettable safari experience.
The intimate Singita Sabora Tented Camp has nine one-bedroomed en-suite tents. The lavish tents are luxuriously furnished, and spaced to ensure seclusion and privacy. Each tent has an open-air shower, dressing area, reading space, and timber viewing deck with a Swarovski spotting scope.
The Serengeti is renowned for the annual wildebeest migration, when two million ungulates move across the plains in search of grazing and water. The predators closely follow the wildebeest and zebra, looking for easy pickings.
The best time to see the Great Annual Migration is February through to March, when the wildebeest and zebra have their young. Not only will guests enjoy seeing baby animals, but the predators are at the highest number too. The migration usually moves out of the Serengeti area by the end of June and does not return until December.
However, the reserve teems with wildlife throughout the year. This includes impalas, Masai giraffe, warthogs, topi, gazelles, hyenas, lions, leopards, cheetahs and caracals. Guests are treated to frequent sightings of the Big Five during their stay, as well as the rare Colobus monkey. Bat-eared fox and serval are among regularly seen smaller carnivores.
Bird life is prolific, with over 450 species recorded in the region ranging from the huge ostrich to the little spotted woodpecker. Specialties include the Red-capped robin chat and Black-headed gonolek. Other notable sightings include Kori bustards, Secretary birds, Marabou storks, lovebirds, Martial eagles and a variety of vulture species.
- Child Friendly
- Conference Venue
- Game Drives
- Swimming Pool
- Wellness & Spa
- Guided walks
- Game drives
- Horse riding
Please check the visa requirements before your visit.
• Malaria occurs throughout Tanzania, right through the year.
• Malaria prophylaxis is recommended for all travellers to Tanzania.
• Inoculation against Hepatitis A and typhoid is also recommended.
• A Yellow Fever vaccination is often compulsory.
The lodge welcomes children over the age of 10. Children under the age of 18 pay 50% of the rate if sharing a room with an adult.
Rates include all meals and drinks (excluding French Champagne), road transfers, and standard safari activities.