Faru Faru is a vibrant East African style luxury safari lodge with quirky elements of botany and entomology. A quiet, idyllic proximity to the riverine wilderness gives an authentically-refreshing and holistic connection with nature. Built on a gently sloping hill, Faru Faru Lodge is a calm and cooling respite after the long drives into the Serengeti wilderness. The camp is informal, unconventional and surprising at every turn. Singita Faru Faru Lodge’s six air-conditioned tents feature picture windows and private viewing deck, with your own Swarovski spotting scope.

As an ecotourism and conservation brand, Singita is unwavering in its commitment to preserve and protect Africa’s wilderness for future generations and since opening its first property – Singita Ebony Lodge – in 1993, sustainability, environmentally conscious hospitality and the empowerment of local communities have been cornerstones of this enduring 100-year purpose.

But Singita’s story dates back almost a century ago, and started on a piece of land in a remote corner of the Lowveld, which was purchased by the grandfather of our Founder, Luke Bailes. This 30,000-acre traversing land, which would later become the Sabi Sand Reserve, was transformed over time from a former hunting concession into an exclusive conservation reserve where all species are protected.

The unique philosophy that is central to the history of this magnificent piece of family land, which saw its wilderness and wildlife recovered and restored, lives on in each of Singita’s award-winning lodges and camps today. Set in four different countries, these sanctuaries offer travellers seeking extraordinary experiences in nature the opportunity to truly slow down and awaken their senses.

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