Singita Faru Faru is situated within the magnificent Singita Grumeti Reserve, in Northern Tanzania. The reserves cover 350 000 acres of pristine wilderness, which is adjoined to the Western Corridor of the Serengeti. As there is no fencing, the wildlife migrates freely between the national park and the reserve.
The Grumeti concession, which is managed by Singita, was created to preserve the Serengeti Mara ecosystem and protect the path of the annual wildebeest migration.
Perched low on the Grumeti River, overlooking a natural waterhole, Singita Faru Faru Lodge offers a spectacular vantage point for guests to witness an abundance of wildlife and the world's largest annual animal migration. About two million wildebeest, zebra
Styled as a colonial-era African safari camp, Faru Faru radiates a relaxed atmosphere, luxurious accommodation
Singita Faru Faru Lodge has 7 one-bedroom suites, one family suite and 1 two-bedroom suite with a private pool. These nine stone, canvas and glass suites are unique in design with the use of different shapes, textures, and quirky art decor.
The lodge facilities include two swimming pools in the main lodge area, a comfortable lounge with television, babysitting services, spa and gym facilities, and complimentary Wi-Fi access. The lodge is in a remote location so there is no mobile phone signal and the wireless connection can be slow and intermittent, making for a true wilderness getaway.
Activities offered at the lodge include daily morning and afternoon game drives led by professional guides. Afternoon drives continue into the early evening, offering the opportunity to spot the rare nocturnal species of the African bushveld. For the more adventurous traveler, there are walking safaris that offer a close-up encounter with the smaller wondrous creatures of the bush, stargazing, community visits, swimming, board games and archery which can be arranged.
During your stay, you are likely to see a great variety of wildlife including bat-eared foxes, buffalo, cheetah, Colobus monkey, various antelope, elephant, leopard, lion and Massai giraffe.
Singita Faru Faru Lodge is ideal for solo explorers, couples
Transfers, additional excursions, connoisseur wines, French champagne, items of a personal nature, park fees and tourism development levy.
Children of all ages are welcome at the lodge.
Family Suites can accommodate a maximum of 2 adults and 2 children under the age of 12 years.
Two Bedroom Suites can accommodate a maximum of 4 guests.
There are babysitting services available and tailor-made activities to suit each family. In the interest of safety, the participation of children in game activities is at the discretion of the guide.
From $ 1,650
Includes: Accommodation, return airstrip road transfers, all meals, beverages (excluding Connoisseur wines & French Champagne), twice daily game drives, tennis, telephone calls and laundry service.
Please note : 01 January 2019 – 15 January 2019 and 20 December 2019 – 15 January 2020 - Minimum 3 night stay is required
|Dates||Rates (PPS)||Rates (SINGLE)|
|01 Jun 2020 — 31 Aug 2020||$ 2,400||$ 2,400|
|01 Sep 2020 — 31 Oct 2020||$ 1,949||$ 1,949|
|01 Nov 2020 — 14 Dec 2020||$ 1,650||$ 1,650|
|15 Dec 2020 — 05 Jan 2021||$ 2,400||$ 2,400|
|06 Jan 2021 — 31 May 2021||$ 1,700||$ 1,700|
|01 Jun 2021 — 31 Aug 2021||$ 2,500||$ 2,500|
|01 Sep 2021 — 31 Oct 2021||$ 2,150||$ 2,150|
|01 Nov 2021 — 14 Dec 2021||$ 1,700||$ 1,700|
|15 Dec 2021 — 05 Jan 2022||$ 2,500||$ 2,500|
"This is a modern rustic, elegant venue one could find in a luxury hotel in northern California; but add a water hole and here comes the buffalo, chimps, hyenas, gazelles and instantly one is in Singita's Faru Faru. Located in the southern area of Grumeti's Game Reserve, it's pure luxury. The wall to wall portrait-sized retracting window frames the view. The amenities include bath oil, bath salt and bubbles for the indoor tub. There is an outdoor shower overlooking water hole where only the wildlife has view. The mini bar is well stocked with wines and spirits; and cookies and chocolates; even Pringles potato chips. The service is attentive and friendly (it's like knowing the staff as old friends); and the food well presented and delicious. The portions are generous. "There is a peacefulness in the Serengeti", I said to a staffer (who's mom in Masai and father from northern Tanzania). He replied, "There is a peacefulness because there is balance." Yes, nothing is wasted. The hunters hunt; scavengers take over; and the dung beetles use and eat the dung. There are no fences surrounding Grumeti Reserve so game come and go as they please. There is an abundance of wildlife here because there is food and safety. Now, when can I come and go as I please? This is truly a luxurious place that I would visit again and again."
- John J
"James was our incredible ranger, highly recommended. We went in December 2012 and saw both cheetahs and lions with their cubs. Big heards with thousands of wildebeest and buffalo. The service at the hotel is flawless, great and lots of food. Yes, it's expensive, but its worth every penny."
- Henrique M
"Never in my wildest dreams could I have imagined the incredible beauty, service, and friendliness of this lodge and the wonderful people on the staff! The lodge is open air to the magnificent Serengeti reserve yet there is not one speck of dust to be seen in the lodge or the rooms. Within one day the staff knew our names, our food preferences, our wine preferences and our adventure plan. The lodge suites were more like casitas with spacious living areas and expansive porches complete with outside sleeping beds and beautiful netting that allowed star viewing in a protected elevated shelter. The secluded stone outdoor shower was my favorite. Not usually a morning person, I could not resist waking at dawn to shower while watching the sunrise and marveling at the chorus of the birds and the baboons across the river. Our guide, James Ikamba, was beyond amazing in his knowledge of the animals and environment, our fearless leader in adventure including the swinging bridge over the crocks in the river below. A visit to the local village was a memory of a lifetime, the beautiful smiling children and dancing with the locals, even the joking gesture of trading my daughter for 30 cows. Our lives will never be the same, the most wonderful lodge and game reserve, the incredible people and the beautiful land of Tanzania imprints our hearts."
- Susan K
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