A place of miracles

A place of miracles

singita.com
Vocabulary chunks to learn after watching the video :
  • Singita’s philosophy is to protect large tracks of land for future generations
  • To preserve and to protect them
  • Nature has evolved over millions and millions of years
  • One of the golden rules in conservation management is that you can’t reverse a process in one day
  • You are seeing business today being run with a much shorter time frame
  • With less strategic thinking than ever before
  • We have built this business block by block
  • To ensure that nature is left to itself, that man does not interfere
  • We have to intervene very quickly, to ensure that areas are protected for the long-term
  • It so incredibly authentic to come to Africa
  • People say to me that they go home looking at life very differently
  • It impacts on you on a spiritual basis, on a physical basis, on a sensory basis
  • There is a  sense of well-being
  • We will only take on new projects if they are as good, if not better, than our existing product offering
  • We look for these painstakingly
  • They are rare they are difficult to find
  • We are building a legacy
  • And that legacy we hope will endure for a long time
A map of the region :

Map of Singita

For further information visit Singita HERE
Meet Kenya’s Endangered Rhinos

Meet Kenya’s Endangered Rhinos

[Lonely Planet]

Vocabulary to learn after watching the video :

  • Game reserve
  • Conservation area
  • Poaching threat to rhinos
  • A great diversity of other mammal species
  • Escalating at an alarming rate
  • Officially declared extinct
  • The territorial males will not tolerate him
  • The circle of life
  • He is honestly the friendliest rhino I’ve ever come across
  • You can pat him, you can stroke him
  • It’s not an ideal circumstance
  • In bygone times this area was full of rhinos
  • He was the last remaining rhino in this area
  • All in all it’s been a great success
  • We’ve got room to grow, and we are growing

Ol JOGI Ranch was established over 60 years ago and is a safe haven for the preservation and future development of Wildlife Conservation. The Ranch comprises a total size of 58,000 acres and is situated 225km out of Nairobi, just north of Nanyuki in the Laikipia North District.

For further information : Ol Jogi Reserve