Inside the Reimagined Singita Sabora Tented Camp

Singita has been at the forefront of eco- and socially conscious tourism since its inception almost 27 years ago, with each of its 15 safari lodges and camps providing extraordinary vacations. Singita recently revealed its newly redesigned Sabora Tented Camp, which, having reopened at the end of September 2020, will see its first full season in 2021. Set in the Singita Grumeti Reserve, which encompasses 350,000 acres of protected wilderness, Sabora Tented Camp provides guests with a front-row seat to the ever-changing Tanzanian landscape – with an added touch of luxury, of course. The Singita Grumeti Reserve makes up a portion of the Serengeti Mara ecosystem and is home to some of Africa’s most famous wildlife species – as one

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Social Distancing on Mt. Kilimanjaro Just What the Doctor Ordered

Editor’s Note: We’re all dreaming of travel ahead. Here’s some inspiration for future adventures. We share places, products and activities we recommend. If you make a purchase using a link on our site, we may earn a commission. I didn’t know what was a crazier idea — going to Tanzania and attempting a world-class climb of Mt. Kilimanjaro or just going to Tanzania during a worldwide pandemic in the first place? How about both? Looking back, the global virus — which had kept us all locked up at home — was a catalyst that fueled me to do whatever I could to go anywhere, far away and as soon as possible. And what better way to isolate and break the boredom

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Hiking One of Tanzania’s Last Tropical Coastal Forests

Ras Kutani in Tanzania Hiking One of Tanzania’s Last Tropical Coastal Forests Much of Tanzania’s coastline has been damaged by heavy deforestation, but thanks to conservationist Charles Dobie, more than 100 acres of lush tropical, coastal forest have been preserved in pristine condition. The forest is situated on the relatively undiscovered southern Tanzania coastline, just 35km south of Dar es Salaam, and is one of the most bio-diverse indigenous coastal forests in East Africa. The forest is home to more than 132 different species of trees, including mango trees and the Marula tree (prized for its rich bounty of fruit, and the oil from the kernel, which is used to make moisturizer). Four species of monkey cavort in the forest,

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Recline & enjoy family-fun hotels

Eight amazing stays from Tanzania to Indonesia, from water sports on pristine beaches to walking amongst ancient pine trees. Family travels anywhere in the world require the presence of both leisurely and thrilling activities, a homely feeling, and plenty of room for cosy quality time with loved ones. If you have dreamed of a paradise-like family get-together, take a look at these 8 getaways for family-fun. Taylor River Lodge, Almont, USA Taylor River Lodge The contrast between school or office and the Taylor River Lodge couldn’t be more significant. Lightyears away from civilization and miles away from the nearest house, this getaway in the American state of Colorado is tucked away between pine trees. Mother Nature is the only neighbour

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