Things To Do at Singita Faru Faru
The perks of staying in a private reserve are plenty with the flexibility to do nothing but relax or fill your time with all the fabulous activities Singita Faru Faru has to offer.
Set out in a 4×4 vehicle for a traditional safari game drive, exploring the nooks and crannies of the reserve. If visiting from late January to mid-March, travellers may be able to see herds of migrating wildebeest with new calves making their way west to the Grumeti Corridor. There is plenty of other resident game to spot throughout the rest of the year.
Set off on foot, led by a highly trained walking guide with a passion for the smaller details. Exercise your climbing skills as you clamber up beautiful kopjes, offering spectacular views from high up. Lay out your picnic blanket on top or settle down under the shade of a tree and enjoy a cup of coffee before setting off once more to discover the unknown.
Return to the lodge after a long, hot day for a much-needed massage in the spa. Enjoy the benefits of its eco-friendly products and treatments such as the signature Mwarobaini ‘Healer of 40,’ which uses the wood of the mwarobaini (neem) tree as a tool.
Singita Faru Faru welcomes children of all ages, making it the ideal holiday destination for families. Kids can enjoy cooking lessons, arts and crafts, wildlife DVDs, board games and walks around the camp, or sign up for the exciting Mini Ranger Course. Parents who need a bit of alone time can make use of the babysitting service.