Sabora Tented Camp in the Serengeti
Radiating simplistic elegance in the middle of the Serengeti plains, Singita Sabora Tented Camp evokes a romantic Out of Africa adventure with six vintage tents dressed in classic Edwardian safari style. Creating the feel of a lavish Bedouin tent, each canvas cocoon offers opulent luxury complete with antique mahogany travel chests, Persian rugs and silk curtains. Sipping sundowners on the deck and gazing over the waterhole, you never know what you might see. At Sabora, we delight in creating delicious feasts using locally grown organic produce, coupled with vintage wines, in surprise settings. Imagine dining beneath a lamp-lit acacia or under the boughs of a large ‘Sausage’ tree, with starlit skies and the distant chorus of nocturnal creatures.
Accommodation comprises six luxury air-conditioned tents each featuring an en-suite bedroom with a bath and outdoor shower, dressing area, reading area, viewing deck with Swarovski spotting scope and a library lounge tent. Sabora Tented Camp accommodates 12 guests. Each tent has an electronic safe, standing fan, hairdryer, direct dial telephone (US lines) and wireless internet access. The main area of the camp offers a dining room, bar lounge with satellite television, DVD player and library, elevated viewing deck and a heated swimming pool. A heated plunge pool and Jacuzzi is situated alongside the deck area. Children under 10 years old can be accommodated if the lodge is booked on an exclusive use basis.
Guests have access to a wide range of activities, including:
- Game drives and walks with professional guides.
- Fun activities such as archery, lawn croquet, badminton, star-gazing safaris and mountain biking are all available.
- There are tennis courts at Sabora Tented Camp and Sasakwa Lodge with a choice of surfaces.
- Spa facilities are available at all three lodges. Yoga and gym facilities are available at Sasakwa Lodge and Faru Faru.
- Wireless internet access and satellite television at all three lodges.
All activities listed are subject to the regulations and charges imposed by the Tanzanian government, Tanzanian National Parks Department and the Tanzanian Department of Wildlife in force at the time of guests’ stay. Singita Sabi Sandss cannot be held responsible for the cancellation of activities or increased government levies/fees/taxes as a result of policy changes beyond our control.
Singita Grumeti Reserves forms part of the world-famous migratory route. The Great Migration traditionally moves through Grumeti Reserves between June and August. However, there is an abundance of wildlife year-round. The Serengeti, which is Africa’s No. 1 World Heritage Site, is also home to 25 species of large carnivores, 40 herbivore species and over 600 types of bird – including five endemic species, with an impressively large number of raptors that form the highest concentration on the continent. This is also where you’ll find a wide range of primates, such as the rare Patas and Colobus monkeys and prolific plant life and species.