Just a few weeks ago, ATI Owners Malaka and Ryan Hilton attended Virtuoso Symposium held in Cape Town, South Africa. Virtuoso Symposium is a high level business meeting that brings together the most influential decision makers of the travel industry, including key member Advisors and preferred providers. While in South Africa, a place very near to the heart of Admiral Travel, they received a very special invitation for dinner at the home of Luke Bailes, the owner of Singita. Read on for more of The Hilton's time in South Africa
Singita, ‘place of miracles’ is inspired by a philosophy of keeping life in balance. Singita’s mission is to share a unique part of the world, while maintaining respect for the natural environment and challenging accepted notions of luxury.
Not to miss sights: Hot Air Ballooning over the Serengeti
This has to be the most beautiful balloon flight in the world, and is a celebration of the best Africa has to offer. Game viewing is taken to extraordinary new heights, aerial
photography offers a different angle, the freedom of flight is yours and the silent whispers
of the breeze entice you on an unforgettable adventure.
Must try local dish (or drink): The Spirit of Sweni
This refreshing gin based drink is a lighter take on the lodge’s signature cocktail that reflects the fresher, brighter aspects of this stunning property; the bold green of the Lebombo euphorbias, the bright sunshine that sparkles off the river below and the warm, golden tones of the decor and furniture.
Singita’s evolution from a single-lodge company to one that is now responsible for a million acres of land, operating 12 lodges and camps in five wilderness regions across three African countries, has always been characterized by a pioneering spirit and a sincere desire to preserve wilderness areas for future generations. Here are two ways to experience Singita's unique properties.
GCCC 2017: The Wilds of Tanzania
Join Michael & Terri Klauber of Michael's On East for the quintessential East-African safari experience as they travel to Tanzania to witness the great migration over the Serengeti.