Singita wildlife safaris you can experience online

Siobháin Spear
Apr 9, 2020

The eco-tourism company is providing free wildlife viewing from game drives in Africa.

Known for its fifteen luxury, award-winning lodges and camps across four countries in Africa, Singita offers curious travellers the opportunity to get up-close to wildlife while also experiencing environmentally-conscious hospitality at its best.

For those who want a glimpse at what an African game drive looks like, Singita has made live viewing sessions available so that you can experience a safari from your sofa while stuck at home. Here are the first two game drives shared online; you can stay up-to-date with live viewings via Singita’s Instagram account.

South Africa

Lions and cheetahs at Singita Sabi Sand wildlife safari game drive

The Sabi Sand is a privately owned game reserve adjacent to Kruger National Park, and together the two areas make up some of South Africa’s most incredible and pristine land.

Singita Sabi Sand is renowned for high concentrations of big game and frequent leopard sightings. Take a 15-minute glimpse at the game drive and then add the real-life adventure to your bucket list for a once-in-a-lifetime wildlife experience like no other.

Singita Sabi Sand: view the live safari.


Singita Grumeti, situated adjacent to the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania, is an integral part of the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem, the home of the Great Migration. The reserve was created by the Tanzanian government in 1994 in order to protect the path of the annual wildebeest migration and the indigenous biodiversity of this vast and important ecosystem.

In 2006, Singita took over the management of the property to enhance low impact, luxury tourism, so you can expect a luxe adventure wrapped-up in a wildlife destination like no other. For now, sit back and safari from your sofa.

Singita Grumeti: view the live safari.

Singita’s mission is to share a unique part of the world, while maintaining respect for the natural environment and challenging accepted notions of luxury. With COVID-19 making travellers a lot more conscious and mindful about their travel choices, tourism may well see a sharp rise in travellers seeking out sustainable experiences that provide the balance of adventure and eco-conscious hospitality.

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