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Wall Streeters Are Heading To This Safari Resort For Seriously Luxurious African Adventures

Singita Pamushana Lodge

For two decades, Singita lodges have been a destination for the world’s wealthy to experience an African safari in the lap of luxury.

So naturally Wall Street has taken notice.

With 12 different safari experiences at five lodges/camps over half a million acres in four countries  — South Africa, Tanzania, Zimbabwe and Mozambique —  Singita promises equal parts adventure, relaxation and cultural experience.

One high-powered hedge fund manager told Business Insider its Pushamana Lodge in Zimbabwe was the nicest place he’d ever stayed.

That’s saying something.

“Our guests are looking for exclusivity on many different levels,” says Jason Trollip, Tourism Executive at Singita. In addition to world-class cuisine, he says, the lodge offers “exclusive access to some of the most pristine areas of land without bumping into other vehicles or feeling rushed at animal sightings.” It’s also known for its extensive learning and conservation programs.

This is what your day looks like when you’re on safari: You wake up at sunrise, eat breakfast, pile into a vehicle and head to the bush with your guide. That’s when the show starts. Depending on which camp they’re visiting, guests can spot elephants, lions, leopards, cheetahs, giraffes, crocodiles, hippos, monkeys, buffalo, and more. Sometimes they’re in herds.

Leapords play at the Singita Sabi Sand

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Singita Grumeti in Tanzania offers a safari on horseback for seasoned riders. For eight days it’s just you, your guide and your horse — with daily stops at Singita’s luxury lodges along the way. The wild animals have gotten so accustomed to seeing horses around that riders can get extra close.

Of course, all of the nature comes at a price. A five-bedroom tent at villa at the luxurious Pushumana Lodge will cost you over $8,200 per night. For a plain old double suite, each adult needs to shell out $1,800 per night.

Compared to Singita’s South African camps, though, that’s not so steep. A family suite at the Singita Sabi Sand costs $36,500 per night for 1-3 people.

Wildebeests wade in the river at Singita


Singita Sasakwa Lodge 11Increasingly, the safari vacation is becoming a popular yin to the urban-dweller’s constant yang. Companies like Wilderness Safaris send clients to quiet retreats from Namibi to Seychelles, Zambia to the Congo. After coming back from camps like DumaTau and Chitabe in Botswana, high-powered New Yorkers tell Business Insider they feel like the ringing in their ears has been silenced.

So more and more of the jet set are getting out of their comfort zones and into Africa.

Well-known hedge fund manager Whitney Tilson has his own bond with Africa. He lived for 3 years in Tanzania as his father worked in developing and running education programs. Last year, Tilson amused many in Wall Street circles by sending out a mass email asking if anyone wanted to rent his parents’ beach home in Kenya — $500 per adult per night, during the holidays. It includes access to “deep sea fishing, swimming with dolphins and dhow cruises,” according to Tilson’s parents’ website.

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Increasingly, luxury vacations are about customizations. Singita is no different. Guests can build the experience they want, including going on safari by hot air balloon.

“Spotting a pride of lions or some cheetah from the balloon is a treat! Low flying over the tree tops is an incredible experience, as you can almost touch the earth, and its creatures below,” Singita’s Trollip says.

A lot of guests head to Singita because they’re interested in conservation. They go through education programs on wildlife, sustainability and protecting animals from poachers.

Others like to go into local villages and check out how Singita supports communities through The Singita Community Development Trust. Over the years the trust has worked with governments to create a wide variety of programs. 

At the Castleton Camps in South Africa, the Trust has established the ‘Growing To Read’ program. It helps local teachers hone their skills in the classroom. The Singita School of Cooking, at the Kruger National Park lodges in South Africa, is a competitive program that prepares eight to ten for a career in the culinary arts. Singita also has an environmental education centre for local kids at its Sasaskwa and Faru Faru lodges in Tanzania. 

“Africa changes every day, and it changes you,” Trollip told Business Insider. “Having access to this luxury of space resonates with our guests who are seeking meaningful, life-changing experiences rather than just a vacation.”

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Shorting stocks is risky.

Even when the market goes down, any stock can still go against you. And while the common truism that short sellers can only ever make 100% on a position isn’t quite right, it takes a certain skill to find companies that might be hiding something from investors. 

But this doesn’t stop traders from taking their best shot. 

Recently, we’ve seen a ton of volatility in the stock market, but all of the major stock indexes are still higher year-to-date. 

However, we were still able to find 30 stocks with market caps over $2 billion that investors are still betting against like crazy.

On the list, of course, is Herbalife, the company that hedge funder Bill Ackman has accused of being a pyramid scheme. 

Also featured on the list is GoPro, the wearable camera company that went public in late June and has seen its stock just explode in the last several months.

The biggest theme of the list is Chinese internet companies. Alibaba may have been the marquee IPO of the year, but other internet-based companies out of China have been met with quite a bit of skepticism.

We ranked the stocks by short interest as a percentage of shares outstanding, going from the least shorted to the most.

Air Methods

Ticker: AIRM

Short interest: 23.4%

YTD return: -7.9%

Sector: Healthcare Services

Comment: In its most recent quarterly earnings report, the company reported revenue that increase 16% over the prior year to $258.5 million. 

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Ticker: SUNE

Short interest: 24%

YTD return: 28%

Sector: Solar Energy

Comment: Sunedison, which makes solar panels and semiconductor materials, recently filed a confidential public offering for its yield vehicle focused on solar projects in Asia and Africa. 

data from FinViz

Altisource Portfolio Solutions

Ticker: ASPS 

Short interest: 24%

YTD return: -40%

Sector: Real Estate Services

Comment: The Luxembourg-based company provides debt collection services to mortgage lenders and is scheduled to report third quarter earnings on October 23. 

data from FinViz

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10 awesome beer label designs: Go party

Doug Levy is staff copywriter and editor for the Shutterstock blog. This post was originally published on the Shutterstock blog and has been reprinted with permission. Here’s your challenge: Create the branding for a local brewery. Don’t know where to start? For some advance inspiration, here are some favorite beer labels and breweries, featuring everything from the work of a legendary illustrator to a tasty Game of Thrones tribute. 21st Amendment Brewery With names like Brew Free! Or Die and Hell Or High Watermelon, 21st Amendment is as creative with its naming and recipes as it is with its packaging, living…

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Watch Capone-N-Noreaga Freestyle On Tim Westwood

Since announcing they were reuniting and would be putting out a new LP, last March, not much has come down the pike music wise from Queens duo Capone-N-Noreage, though the group has reassured fans that an album is coming. CNN has been getting back to their touring routine and have been doing shows overseas. During a recent stop in the UK, they dropped by Tim Westwood to participate in his Freestyle Session segment.

Peep the footage, above.

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This Mesmerizing Map Of The Internet Lets You Explore The Web’s Tiny Connections

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It can be tough to visualize the internet.

Web traffic companies like Alexa do a good job of showing the relative ranking of websites, but what about the connections between websites? What do those look like?

The Internet Map is an online project that seeks to visualize metrics like web traffic and linking between sites, and the result is a beautiful landscape of the web today.

Here’s how a website’s physical shape and placement on The Internet Map was determined.

Mathematically speaking, The Internet map is a bi-dimensional presentation of links between websites on the Internet. Every site is a circle on the map, and its size is determined by website traffic, the larger the amount of traffic, the bigger the circle. Users’ switching between websites forms links, and the stronger the link, the closer the websites tend to arrange themselves to each other.

Right now, The Internet Map includes over 350,000 website from 196 countries, with each circle corresponding the color assigned to that particular website’s country.

In the US, it’s no surprise that Google, Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo, and Wikipedia rank among the largest, but the real fun starts once you zoom in and explore the neighboring websites nearby.

To check it out for yourself, head on over to The Internet Map, where you can type in your favorite website or explore the internet’s open waters on your own.

Just don’t forget to zoom in.

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