Singita Castleton is steeped in the history of the original farmstead and her former owners. The villa still has that rustic charm of an old farmhouse and the area teems with wildlife. A small waterhole beyond the grass and swimming pool has constant visitors.
A private chef is included with your stay and creates gourmet cuisine to suit your tastes. Meals can be at the indoor dining area or under the stars on the warmer summer nights. A personal ranger and vehicle is available at any time for game drives or bush walks.
The camp faces out out to a very busy waterhole often visited by Buffalo, Antelope and predators. The proximity makes for the ultimate in armchair game viewing with exclusive use of this luxury safari camp. The interior of the villa is quite understated with some nostalgic references to its past glory as a rustic camp.
Six individual cottages provide the accommodation for up to 12 guests. The lodge is booked as a complete villa for a maximum of 12 guests in a single group.
Morning game drives and bush walks in the early mornings are the best way to get close to Africa’s iconic animals. Afternoon excursions usually return to camp after dark with spot lights to find the more elusive creatures. Leopard and Lion are seen regularly in the area.
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