located in the open plains of the Serengeti, Sabora Tented Camp was constructed and designed centered on the 1920s theme and for people that are searching for a deluxe and charming safari experience, Singita Sabora Tented Camp will certainly satisfy their every requirement. This tented camp offers stylish simplicity as well as a laid-back romantic ambience with a 360-degree sweeping view of the nearby plains that are swarmed with wildlife. There are 9 luxurious tents available, all bringing to mind the sense of romance and African adventure of a genuine temporary camp, while offering the best luxury you can ever think of, to the Swarovski telescopes and the lovely day beds – well positioned in front of every tent with views of the open plains!

Grumeti is habitat to a great profusion of unique species, including the uncommon Patas Monkey and the velvety Sable Antelope.  The Guests will actually be faced with a challenging in choosing between the hot air balloon safari and the Land Rover game drive looking for such uncommon sightings, or to live at the camp, unwind and enjoy the beautiful scenery as lions move about, wildebeests play and prattle, zebras, and cheetahs pace around this large private reserve.

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 8 hours.

The Rooms
there are 9 magnificence Colonial Styled Tents

SERVICES 
Children of ten and more are welcome here
Children below 18 years are given 50% discount off the adult rate, if sharing a double-room
there is a Family suite (of interconnecting tents). For the safety purposes, participation in wildlife adventures (such as game drives, bike rides or walks) is at the judgment of the safari guide.

Activities  
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

Walking safaris,

Play tennis on the 1920’s fashioned red clay court.

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.

Singita is devoted to creating a sustainable difference to the local communities and to safe guard the environment plus the wildlife. Singita Grumeti provides low tourist density but with a very high concentration of wild animals, hence offering up-close, personal experiences to its guests, Singita Grumeti takes on the Singita idea of ‘touching the earth lightly’. This philosophy highlights the approach of less impact with high value tourism, derived from the values that a small number of visitors will have a minimal impact on the terra firma and its plants and animals, hence benefiting the surroundings.