Singita Grumeti Reserve

Just west of the Serengeti lies a vast private reserve with stunning views, luxury accommodations and a front-row seat to one of the greatest natural shows on earth. Singita Grumeti Reserve is a private enterprise, leased by Paul Tudor Jones as a conservation project and eco-safari. The name of the game here is eco-luxe, with two opulent lodges and a lavish tented camp available to rest a weary head after a long day of game drives.

The Reserve is located in a prime location to view the magnificent Great Migration of over a million wildebeest (accompanied by hundreds of thousands of zebras).  Off-season, wildlife viewing is still excellent and large predators like lions, cheetahs and leopards can be seen. The Reserve offers everything a Serengeti safari can offer with the additional bonus of being one of a maximum of 54 guests in the 340,000-acre space.

Getting There

Flights from Kilimanjaro airport (just outside Arusha) visit the lodges regularly.

Staying There

Only 54 guests can be accommodated at one time in the Singita Grumeti Reserve. Two beautiful lodges and one luxury tented camp are available to choose from.

What To Do

Safaris in Singita Grumeti Reserves are offered exclusively by Singita Tours. Game drives, walks, and other options are available through the company.

When To Go

The reserve is closed during April and May. The best time to see animals is July to October.