The intrepid traveler is always talking about traveling “off the beaten path”, however, at Singita Sabora Tented Camp in East Africa, that is exactly the opposite of where we want to be. Situated on the migratory route where more than one million wildebeests traverse annually, you are surrounded by 350,000 acres of land being pounced on by cheetahs, trodden by elephants, tip-toed by leopards, trampled by lions, and danced on by giraffes. This beaten path offers you a marvel of wildlife right outside your 1920’s inspired tent that is fully equipped with all of the luxuries you could possibly desire with service that is unsurpassed.
Singita Sabora is located in northwest Tanzania, near the Kenyan border, forming part of the Serengeti ecosystem. Its global position allows for a temperate climate for year-round visits, with December to March prevailing as idyllic months. This 9 one bedroom en suite tented property offers day game drives, safari walks, and heart racing night game drives spot lit by your professional guides. Explore the Serengeti by mountain bike or play tennis on property, and allow yourself to be lured into the pool for a cool down. This all-inclusive experience serves exquisite food where even the self-proclaimed “foodie” is impressed. Each day here will leave you wondering how the next could possibly rival that before.
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