Singita Faru Faru Lodge
Located in the legendary Serengeti’s western corridor, Singita Faru Faru Lodge looks over a natural waterhole as well as the stunning tree-line of River Grumeti. The 9 thatched suites built with stone and covered with canvas (including a 2-bedroom villa plus a family suite) offer an experience of a typical safari camp, yet their interiors offer the ultimate contemporary elegance with wide glass windows, mirror room dividers as well as a very comfortable bathtub.
Because of the nearby natural watering hole, guests don’t actually have to leave this place since the game comes to them. The encompassing grassland is swarmed with a lot of wildlife that guests may lie around in the swimming-pool as they enjoy views at the waterhole.
Singita Equestrian Safaris
Singita has one of the finest equestrian centers on the African continent and offers impressive horse riding excursions across the large, private, Singita Grumeti plains swarmed with wild animals. Located in Serengeti’s western corridor, and straddling an area nearly the size of the renowned Maasai Mara reserve, Singita Grumeti presents a special and unmatched horseback safari swarming with outstanding encounters with the wildlife.
HOW TO GET THERE
BY AIR: there are Daily flights from Arusha, Nairobi Wilson and Kilimanjaro to Sasakwa Airstrip
BY ROAD: a drive from Arusha town takes around 7 – 8 hours.
7 one bedroom suites
one Family Suite that accommodates 2 adults plus 2 children
one 2 bedroom villa suite (that accommodates 4 adults) having an infinity private pool
All Children are allowed
Children below 18 years are given 50% discount off the adult rate, if sharing a double-room
a FREE private car for a family of 4 or more, in case at least one of the children is below ten years old
there is a Family suite. For the safety purposes, participation in wildlife adventures (such as game drives, bike rides or walks) is at the judgment of the safari guide.
the Early morning or even the evening game drives (lead by well experienced safari guides from Singita Grumeti),
Taking a balloon safari to enjoy first-hand views from above of the Serengeti plains
Fortunately, one of the pool areas was been designed to look like a miniature beach!
East Africa is boosts of an equatorial climate so generally the climate here is somewhat constant making it an all year round tourist destination. Tanzania experiences a light rain season starting in November up to March. That season is known as ‘the short rains’, usually not more than a short downpour every day that is followed by patent sunshine. And then from March up to December the weather increasingly becomes warmer with ‘long rains’ being experienced from April to May.
The lodge is Open all throughout the year. The migration season begins in June up to August.
Equestrian safaris are not conducted from November up to mid December as well as from April to May.
Singita is devoted to creating a sustainable difference to the neighboring local communities as well as to safeguard the environment plus its wildlife. You will find just 3 lodges within the 140,000 hectares (or 350,000 acres) of this vast Grumeti reserve. This means 76 beds, offering the utmost views for its guests and the less impact on its environment. Tourism operation is existing mainly to sustain these distinctive parts of the reserve plus their resident wildlife. The long-standing intent is to guarantee sustainability of these purposefully significant conservation areas.