Singita Mara River Tented Camp in the Lamai triangle, the northernmost tip of the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. It’s an iconic destination characterised by the sheer luxury of space created by seemingly endless game-rich Savannah plains. The new camp with six guest tents – a contemporary take on the classic East African safari – offers a pared-down approach to the quintessential Singita experience without compromising on creature comforts. Run entirely on solar power, it reflects the company’s commitment to greater sustainability.
On suite bathroom atSingita Lodge Mara River Tented Camp Tanzania
Tented Lounge atSingita Lodge Mara River Tented Camp Tanzania
Singita Mara River Tented Camp’s remote location in the Lamai triangle epitomises the company’s eco-driven philosophy of preserving iconic locations by offering ‘fewer beds in larger areas’. Forming part of the Mara ecosystem, the Lamai triangle is sandwiched between the Masai Mara National Park in Kenya, and the Mara River in the south.
View from Deck atSingita Lodge Mara River Tented Camp Tanzania
Remote and unspoilt, Singita Mara River Tented Camp meets the demands of an increasingly discerning traveller for an authentic and meaningful connection with nature that leaves behind a lighter footprint. Close to the ground and off the grid, the concept and design of the camp encourages constant engagement with nature. The six tents are positioned on the edge of generous shaded decks to make the most of the river views. Two of the tents have been designed as unique family suites, each comprising two tents linked by a covered canvas walkway.