SustainabilitySustainable MaterialsKruger National Park, Pamushana, Serengeti - South Africa
All our conservation work, including this project, is born of our love for Africa and our need to protect it. Become a part of preserving Africa’s legacy for future generations.

Using sustainable and healthy products, such as those with low embodied energy, sourced locally, and made from renewable or waste resources.

This principle applies to every resource we may use in our business – from items used in daily operations to construction materials for new lodges. We strive to procure locally not only to reduce carbon miles but also to support local economies. We are conscious of the environmental impact of the materials used in the resources that support our operations. An example of this is the group-wide rollout of a local, organic and environmentally friendly range of in-room guest toiletries to replace the previous imported, non-organic brand.

Key Successes:
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 100% of the stones were reused in the Singita Boulders Lodge refurbishment.

Singita Sweni Lodge's 2017 refurbishment focused on the use of sustainable materials, such as only FSC-certified wood.

PUTTING IT INTO PRACTICESingita Serengeti
  • Our Style, Design & Procurement team assists in supporting the design and procurement of Tanzanian-produced items for lodge use where previously the items would have been imported from South Africa.
Singita Pamushana
  • A replacement material was found for new decking instead of the previously used, and now protected, teak wood.
Singita Sabi Sand
  • 100% of the stones were reused in the Singita Boulders Lodge refurbishment.
Singita Kruger National Park
  • Singita Sweni Lodge's 2017 refurbishment focused on the use of sustainable materials, such as only FSC-certified wood, and re-utilised items wherever possible.
Other Areas of Conservation
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