Sabora Tented Camp

Reviews of Sabora Tented Camp

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Below are independent comments from 2 of our travellers who have visited Sabora Tented Camp, and have kindly agreed to share their thoughts.

They do not necessarily represent the views of Expert Africa.
T & S from North Carolina
Arrived on: 17-Sep-2019 Stayed for: 3 nights
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Singita Sabora, Grumeti - Life's Dream

We had already been in Tanzania for 12 days and did not think we could be more impressed, but this Camp looked exactly like Out of Africa with Meryl Streep and Robert Redford complete with vintage automobiles in the front area. The antiques continued and not just in the public areas, but in your tents also. Everything but the refrigerator and over the bed air conditioning unit was vintage. Fine crystal adorned a table with a decanter of good dry sherry. The refrige was filled with soft drinks, wine, champagne and anything else you might ask for. (In our case, once again, someone informed them of our Zero Coke desire.) We thought the air conditioner was overkill until the afternoon siesta heat set in; in opposition, safari hats and full length body capes were so welcome in the cold mornings.

Again, the Singita tradition of fine wines stood out, as well as, the menu and food preparation. We made it clear how impressed we were and received a private tour of the kitchen and a meeting with the chef, his staff and students from Grumeti Fund culinary school. Particularly wonderful was the emphasis on vegetables while never leaving you wishing for meat. The purchase of the Singita Cookbook might get us another taste of our favorites.

We were assigned John as our guide and for three days had him all to ourselves. We don’t know why – we saw other vehicles with multiple couples going out – maybe they were traveling together. All we knew was that John and we got along famously, he was an advocate of patience while viewing wildlife (as are we) and we were in heaven. We could stay as long as we wanted or move on quickly if we so wished.

Singita Sabora offers you the opportunity to visit nearby villages of Natal and Mugumu and we suggest you take advantage of that. It is so eye opening and worthwhile to meet families, see and shop the villages, visit the Eco School (EEC) and meet the students and see the fruits of their labor at the Farmers’ Market. We were so impressed with the alliance between Singita, the Grumeti Fund and the local people we came home determined to bring them a simple irrigation setup to make growing crops in Africa easier and more successful.

Bottom line, Singita Sabora is a camp you have to visit – it is the best of the Serengeti whether you are neophytes or old veterans of Africa.

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Ms S from Dallas
Arrived on: 23-May-2016 Stayed for: 2 nights
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Close to Perfection at Sabora

Singita is the best!

It was an unforgettable experience, more than we could ever imagined.

The staff goes above and beyond to guarantee your happiness.

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