Conservation at Sabi Sand - South Africa

Singita Sabi Sand employs a dedicated team focused on protecting and conserving the biodiversity of the incredible land under its care.

The team’s primary task is ensuring that the land, complete with its diverse flora and fauna, remains as close as possible to the untouched state in which the Bailes family found it some 85 years ago.

The earliest aerial photographs, taken in 1935, are used by the team as a template to guide them in achieving this task. The success of their reserve management approach has resulted in thriving wildlife populations and a flourishing ecosystem.

This in itself creates another challenge, as the abundance of species, such as rhino, that carry a high price tag in the global illegal wildlife trade, attract international poaching syndicates to the area. The team’s second main focus area is therefore a dedicated anti-poaching unit tasked with ensuring the safety of these precious natural assets.

The Singita Lowveld Trust, our non-profit conservation partner in South Africa, is responsible for the implementation of all biodiversity, community and sustainability projects.

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Soccer Stars of the Future   Along with environmental awareness and the development of small enterprises, education is a key focus of our community partnership projects, and not all of it takes place in the classroom.   At Singita Sabi Sand in South Africa, our conservation partner The Lowveld Trust has partnered with Dreamfields, a non-profit organisation…

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CommunityDigital Learning

Without access to technology, the teachers and learners of many schools in rural areas are at a significant disadvantage compared to their urban counterparts.   In 2015, Singita Lowveld Trust, our conservation partner in South Africa, made a commitment to bring the benefits of digital learning to the communities near Singita Sabi Sand. We first…

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3 Focus Areas of Conservation
Our conservation partners strive to restore, improve and protect the biodiversity of the ecosystems under our care to ensure they are functioning as close as possible to their natural, undisturbed state. Read more Play video
Community programmes assist communities to thrive economically and socially in harmony with the natural environment. Programmes have three main objectives: well-educated children; the development of small enterprises; and an improved awareness of conservation and sustainable daily living practices.Read more Play video
At Singita, a sustainable world is one in which people enjoy happy, healthy lives within their fair share of the earth’s resources, leaving space for wildlife and wilderness.Read more Play video
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