One of only three private lodges in the 340,000-acre concession, Singita Sasakwa Camp accommodation offers a remote setting for guests to enjoy the wildlife of Tanzania. The area forms part of the famous Serengeti annual migration route gifting guests a chance to witness nature’s greatest spectacle first hand.Bordering the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania, the Singita Sasakwa Camp lies adjacent to the Serengeti’s Western Corridor.
Game is plentiful and guided safari drives ensure that guests experience the best of Tanzania’s exceptional wildlife in a remote and private game reserve.
The annual migration is central to game viewing although wildlife is plentiful year round. Guests in camp during the wildebeest migration will experience the magnificence of nature on a macro scale. Little on earth compares to hundreds of thousands of gazelle, zebra and wildebeest migrating through the Serengeti while their predators gather to capitalise on the abundance of prey.
Few camps or lodges rival Singita Sasakwa for pure opulence. The main house is vast and fronted by an immaculate lawn leading down to Singita Sasakwa swimming pool and the buildings are designed in a style of an English manor house with wide verandas, stone columns and slate roofs. 9 luxury cottages feature air conditioned rooms, en suite bathrooms, fireplaces, lounges, dressing areas, guest toilets, viewing decks complete with Swarovski spotting scopes and a heat infinity plunge pool.
Facilities include a spa, yoga and gym facilities, shopping, wireless internet, satellite television and stables. A hot air balloon safari over the Serengeti is a once-in-alifetime experience. The camp also offers archery, stargazing safaris, tennis, mountain biking and lawn croquet.
Guests looking for ultimate uxury on an African safari will find their grandest dreams met and exceeded at the Singita Sasakwa Camp.