Singita Faru Faru

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the Low Down

Placed in front of a busy waterhole alongside the Grumeti River in the heart of the Serengeti, Singita Faru Faru Lodge invites continuous connections with its breathtaking surrounds. A relaxed approach to luxury forms a golden thread throughout this contemporary African lodge and allows guests to experience the deeply restorative power of nature. Décor & design includes airy bedroom suites, where every creature comfort is catered for with intuitive ease and oversized windows welcome the wilderness inside.

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Each booking will receive a complimentary safari.

The Best Room For You

  • The exciting Mini Rangers Course is a customised, fun-filled programme that opens up a whole new world to young explorers. It includes learning how to track animals; astronomy; bush survival techniques; game-, tree- and bird-spotting competitions as well as nature quizzes.
  • Private Game Reserve traversed annually by millions of animals on the Great Migration route.
  • Renowned game viewing in the Great Serengeti with opportunities to see Black Rhino and other rare species such as bat-eared fox.
  • Experienced Tanzanian Trackers & Guides to lead your drives in the mornings and afternoons.
  • Accommodation:
    Singita Faru Faru Lodge is a mix of contemporary, organic style and the quirky practicality of a traditional botanist’s camp. There are seven 1-bedroom suites, one family suite (2 adults and 2 children) and one 2-bedroom suite (4 adults) with a private pool
  • Location:
    Faru Faru is in a private reserve called the Singita Grumeti Reserve in the Serengeti.
  • Getting there:
    While it is possible to drive to the lodges and camps in Singita Grumeti and Lamai, the team strongly recommend flying for a more efficient and enjoyable travel experience. The team can arrange scheduled flights or private charters for your trip. All flights land at the Singita Sasakwa airstrip located 40 minutes from Faru Faru Lodge. You can fly or drive from Kilimanjaro airport or Arusha.
  • What to pack:
    Your safari bag, packed properly, will ensure that you have everything you need for the ultimate African bush experience. Cotton clothing in neutral colours such as green, khaki and grey is recommended for game drives and bush walks. It is advisable to avoid white and dark colours as they tend to attract bugs. If it rains during a game drive, waterproof ponchos will be provided. No formal wear is required at any of our lodges
  • Restaurants:
    Vast outdoor decks and multiple airy enclaves allow for intimate dining and drinks, while the café-style bar at the heart of the lodge hums with a subtle sparkle – spilling over to the pool area and firepit, and making for magical evenings under starlit skies. Nouvelle-African gourmet cuisine is prepared from authentic East African recipes and paired with fine wines from the Singita cellars.
  • Spa:
    At Singita, the enduring purpose to restore the land and its wildlife extends to offering healing experiences to the guests at every touchpoint. The dedicated treatments in the massage spaces tap into the profound benefits of indigenous wisdoms and essential oils that relax, replenish and revive. Each tailor-made therapy can be customised and timed to preference, ensuring a completely personalised experience.
  • Signature Activities:
    Safari of every sort – make sure you make the most of your daily game drives!
  • All booking will include 18% VAT
  • Children between the ages of 2-16 are accommodated at half of the adult rate when sharing a room with an adult or another child
  • The lodge is in a malarial zone so it is essential to consider taking appropriate prophylactics.
  • You will need at least 2 blank visa pages in your passport for travel
  • Children’s activities offered at the lodge include:
    Cooking interactions
    Board games
    Bush walks (minimum age 16)
    Activity booklets with a variety of games, quizzes and games
    Arts & crafts
    All activities at the camp are tailored to specifically suit the interests of each family. In the interest of safety, children may participate in game drives and bush walks at the discretion of dedicated Field Guides. The camp also offers childminding services, as well as an array of activities to keep little ones engaged and entertained. The exciting Mini Rangers Course is a customised, fun-filled programme that opens up a whole new world to young explorers. It includes learning how to track animals; astronomy; bush survival techniques; game-, tree- and bird-spotting competitions, as well as nature quizzes.
East Africa is equatorial so the climate is fairly constant and it is a year-round destination. Tanzania has a light rain season from November to March. This period is known as the ‘short rains’, often no more than a quick downpour each day, followed by clear sunshine. From December to March the weather becomes increasingly warmer with the ‘long rains’ occurring between April and May.
Rates Include:
Accommodation – All meals & beverages (except French Champagne) – Activities offered by Singita – Land transfers between lodges and lodge airstrips – Laundry – WiFi access where applicable

  • There are two swimming pools in the main lodge area.
  • Wellness and fitness centre facilities are available.
  • Singita Boutique & Gallery.
  • There is a television in the lounge.
  • This area does not have mobile phone signal.
  • There is complimentary internet (WiFi) access, however due to the remote location of the lodge, the wireless connection can be slow and intermittent.

Average Temperature & Rainfall in Days

Visa Cost

Tourist visas can be applied for online & cost $50 for most nationalities. For more information click here.

Top Tip

Travel light -try to avoid carrying large amounts of money and leave any unnecessary valuables at home.

Local Currency

Although not the official currency, US dollars are accepted almost everywhere in Tanzania

peak season

The best time to visit Tanzania is during the Dry season, from late June to October, when wildlife viewing is generally at its best.


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