Inspired by the fusion of traditional African craft with a Danish simplicity, Singita Faru Faru Lodge has been re-imagined within its wilderness setting in the Serengeti. The main living and dining areas are more expansive, with new enclosed dining and lounge areas creating cool places of retreat. An interactive kitchen adds a new dynamic to the dining experience, while open seating areas will have been pulled forward for closer engagement with nature. New central areas, including a Singita signature ‘bar-deli’ encourage guests to come together to drink, eat and enjoy the breath-taking views. Shaped organically with its main focus on the waterhole, the new architecture makes a bold, but magical statement enhanced by the creative use of locally sourced natural materials. The revitalised lodge boasts a back-tobasics colour palette of bone, ivory, nude and clay, perfectly combining rustic and real bush appeal brushed over with a fresh and clean-lined modernity allowing animals and nature to take centre stage.
This riverside lodge is built on a gently sloping hill, perfectly positioned on the renowned migratory route – a place where you can quite literally, expect the unexpected. Informal, unconventional and surprising at every turn, Singita Faru Faru Lodge is a mix of contemporary, organic style and the quirky practicality of a traditional botanist’s camp. Such close proximity to the river and the plains affords guests the unique opportunity to experience a very close interaction with the wilderness.
Rooms & Suites
Singita Faru Faru Lodge has 9 suites in total.
- 7 x 1-bedroom suites
- 1 x family suite (2 bedrooms, ideal for 2 adults and 2 children)
- 1 x 2-bedroom suite (ideal for 4 adults, also includes a private infinity pool)
- Daily morning and afternoon game drives with your field guide. Afternoon drives conclude with a spot-lit evening return to reveal the elusive magic of nocturnal Africa.
- For the adventurers, there are walking safaris (for guests 16 and older).
- Star gazing, swimming and board games can be arranged.
- Join in a community visit – it is the perfect way to experience Tanzanian culture and learn about the positive impact that tourism has made in the region.