Singita Game Reserve

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Singita Game Reserve, or Singita Private Game Reserve, is located in the Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve, on the western border of the Kruger National Park, in South Africa, which together with some other parks make up the Greater Kruger National Park.[1] Situated on the Sand River, the 49,000-acre (200 km2) private reserve was started by James Fawcett Bailes in 1925, who purchased a large tract of land in the Lowveld for preservation.


Include the Big Five.


The reserve has the following lodges:

  • Ebony Lodge
  • Boulders Lodge
  • Castleton Camp


  1. ^ "Singita Game Reserves - Member of African Travel and Tourism Association". African Travel and Tourism Association. Retrieved 17 February 2010. 

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Coordinates: 24°47′13″S 31°25′28″E / 24.78694°S 31.42444°E / -24.78694; 31.42444 (Boulders Lodge, Singita)