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Singita Sabora Tented Camp


Singita Sabora Tented Camp is situated in a private concession on the open Serengeti grasslands of the Singita Grumeti Reserve. The camp has been designed in a 1920's colonial style and offers guests elegant simplicity and laid-back atmosphere with 360-degree views of the plains teeming with wildlife.

Reminiscent of a bygone era, Singita Sabora Tented Camp dishes up lavish doses of romance, exploration and intrigue. Creating the feel of a lavish tent, each canvas cocoon offers opulent luxury complete with antique mahogany travel chests, Persian rugs and silk curtains.

Sip sundowners on the deck and gaze over the waterhole - you never know what you might see. At Sabora Tented Camp, we delight in creating delicious feasts using locally grown organic produce, coupled with vintage wines, in surprise settings. Imagine dining beneath a lamp-lit acacia or under the boughs of a large 'Sausage' tree, with starlit skies and the distant chorus of nocturnal creatures.

Accommodation at Sabora Tented Camp consist of 9 luxury air-conditioned tents each featuring 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. Sabora Tented Camp accommodates a maximum of 18 guests.

Each tent has an electronic safe, standing fan, hairdryer, direct dial telephone (US lines) and wireless internet access.

The main area of Sabora Tented Camp offers a dining room, bar lounge with satellite television, DVD player and library, elevated viewing deck and a swimming pool.

Activities at Sasakwa Lodge include twice daily game drives with professional guides. Other services available include a spa and gym facilities. Fun activities such as archery, stargazing safaris, mountain biking and tennis are all available.

The Equestrian Centre is situated adjacent to Singita Sasakwa Lodge and is home to sixteen horses. Experienced riders can enjoy out-rides on the Serengeti Plains. Tack is English style and guests have the choice of English or Western saddles.

Balloon safaris across the plains of the Serengeti are available at an extra cost.

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