The collapse of tourism in Africa in 2020, and the knock-on effects on the community and conservation projects that it supported, has been devastating. For years, Singita has been the gold standard due to the architectural flair of its lodges and the farm-to-table ingredients of its kitchens. But there is also a new emphasis on guests taking more time, allowing them to engage more meaningfully with its conservation and community programmes. But following a distressing year, this new meditative pace of safaris may be what we need too. Inspiration Is it possible to go on safari sustainably?