With the reopening of this stellar Tanzanian lodge, Singita continues to lead the way for a bold new era of modernised lodges which veer away from the traditional safari style while still remaining true to its old school charm and African heritage.
This authentic East African experience has been given a lift with the addition of wraparound verandas and courtyards offering guests a front row seat to some of the country’s most coveted game sightings in the Serengeti ahead. Dotted around are touchpoints of a bygone era including coveted antiques and local tribal artefacts and soft furnishings paying homage to its history and creating a casual but old-world luxury feel.
The property’s new look also features Singita’s signature interactive kitchen, allowing guests to take in the action of as the dedicated culinary team effortlessly pull together refined, contemporary interpretations of classic dishes. Other sought-after culinary experiences on offer include al-fresco lunches on the sprawling lawns, bespoke wine and food pairings curated by Singita’s omniscient sommeliers and star lit dinners under the African night sky.
Singita Sasakwa Lodge is made up of nine cottage and one villa each with private infinity pools expansive en-suite bathrooms, dressing areas, fireplaces, living rooms and French doors opening onto welcoming verandas, the elegant cottages feature polished parquet floors, vintage collectables and comfortable furnishings. Guests can spend their day playing tennis in the private courts, take guided bushwalks accompanied by some of Singita’s award-winning guides or pamper themselves with spa treatments in the new and improved wellness rooms.
The lodge is perfect for families who are looking to reconnect together after almost a year of separation in inimitable surroundings as well as couples looking for total seclusion with the utmost time and unfiltered space to connect with one another and the Earth.
As part of the Singita group, Singita Sasakwa Lodge continues to uphold the principles of the ecotourism brand that focuses on conservation. Helping to preserve Africa’s wildlife and wilderness for the past 27 years, Singita offers guests exceptional safari experiences at all of their 15 luxury, award-winning lodges and camps across four countries. In partnership with non-profit Funds & Trusts who implement strategic conservation projects in each region, Singita’s 100-year purpose is to preserve and protect large parts of African wilderness for future generations.
HOW: Rates for Singita Sasakwa Lodge start from $ 2,450/ £1,760 per person per night on a full board basis. Find out more here.
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