There is something about the combination of
wild animals and 400 thread count
sheets that make tented safari camps
irresistible and none more than the newly opened camp from Singita.
As always Singita's philosophy of preserving iconic locations by
offering fewer beds in larger areas holds true here. Which means that there
are only 6 tents surrounded by 98,000 acres of untouched wilderness in the
remotest part of the Lamai triangle at the northernmost tip of the Serengeti
National Park in Tanzania? Sheer solitude. South African designers Cécile &
Boyds tented creations are so white and floaty it is like being wedded to the
walks past the pool. The camp is built from natural and recycled materials too
so big ticks for sustainability.
Off the grid in more ways than one (solar power and sooooo remote)