These lodges are each located an hour apart, and what is hard to imagine: a maximum of 54 guests experience the Serengeti close-up in an area as large as the entire Masai Mara of Kenya. No safari could be more individual and exclusive.All six of the Singita Faru Faru Lodge’s suites are perfectly integrated into the environment and offer great privacy along with a breathtaking view over the natural habitat of the animals. Faru Faru has the X-factor. The suites are like small penthouses with gigantic glass fronts providing you with a personal “flatscreen” for wildlife in 3-D. The interior is a refreshing, almost capricious, mix of natural materials such as stone, wood, and bamboo with modern elements of chrome and steel. Nevertheless, the safari feeling is heightened by a tented ceiling in the suites, and at night you can hear the orchestra of the bush in Dolby Surround.
The Lodge is located in the middle of one of the areas with the greatest number and variety of wild animals in the world and is also situated directly on the annual migration route for millions of wildebeests, zebras, and antelopes. Thus every season of the year has its own special fascination. In addition to the daily game drives, numerous other activities are available as private concessions such as night tours, walking safaris, and as a special treat there is horseback riding through the plains for advanced riders – experiences you will never forget.
Singita Grumeti Reserves is a joint venture of the noted Singita Group, whose lodges have received frequent and successive awards as the best hotels in the world, and the Grumeti Reserves – one of the most ambitious projects for eco-tourism worldwide.
It is a success story for humans and nature, a perfect partnership.