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Singita Castleton

From: $2,185.00

Singita Castleton is one of the historic farmsteads converted into the most luxurious private villa’s deep in the African bush. The interiors are understated yet reflect the history of the original inhabitants and their rustic camp. The villa looks out over a private waterhole and wildlife.


Singita Castleton

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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.

Safari Activities

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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If you are concerned for the plight of the Rhino then get involved or donate with the International Rhino Foundation.

Both Gunns Camp and Mombo are very special camps in Botswana – why not explore the Okavango Delta on your safari in Africa.

How to Get There

Fly In

Fly in to Johannesburg’s O R Tambo International Airport with British Airways or Virgin Atlantic if you are coming from the United Kingdom.

From the United States there is United Airlines, Qatar, Delta, KLM, Emirates, Lufthansa and many more.

Federal Air operates one flight per day from O R Tambo International Airport.

The flight departs at 12h30 to the private airstrip in the reserve. If you arrive after this flight then let us arrange your overnight accommodation at the airport.

Get in touch with us to arrange your domestic flights.




  • Luxurious en-suite accommodation
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner daily
  • All drinks (including premium wines, spirits and liqueurs, but
    excluding French Champagne)
  • Private vehicle and guide.
  • Private chef, host and staff.
  • Morning and afternoon driving safaris.
  • Walking safaris accompanied by an experienced
  • Laundry & valet services.
  • Road transfers to and from Satara airstrip.


  • Telephone calls.
  • French Champagne.
  • Air transfers to and from the lodge.
  • Spa treatments.
  • Certain special meal requests.
  • Purchases from the Singita Boutique & Gallery.
  • Transport to and from the reserve.
  • Tourism Levy.
  • Travel insurance

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