Set among picturesque boulders and kopjies on slopes overlooking the plains of Tanzania’s Northern Serengeti, Lemala Kuria Hills Lodge is a haven of peace and eco-friendly luxury. An ideal destination to witness the legendary river crossings of wildebeest and zebra during the Great Migration, it also offers excellent Big Five game viewing year round with lots of lion and leopard. As well as the beautiful communal swimming pool, each suite has its own private plunge pool to cool off in between game drives, or luxuriate with a massage at the secluded spa. Read More

For the ultimate African experience, visit Azura Selous Game Reserve in Tanzania. At Selous no detail is spared – from the intimate private meals to the absolute privacy ensured for each and every guest. Not to mention the main attraction, the beautiful array of wildlife from zebras to giraffes and elephants to hippos. Read More

The Retreat, situated in Northern Selous, is a luxurious 12-suite hideaway that offers guests complete seclusion in the heart of the African bush. The Selous Game Reserve is the largest protected wildlife sanctuary in Africa and is also known to be one of the “secrets of Africa”, boasting pristine wilderness and an utterly unspoiled environment. Read More

Awe-inspiring views over the dramatic landscape of the Ngorongoro Crater are the focal point of Sanctuary Retreats’ brand new Ngorongoro Crater Camp. This luxury tented camp is perched right on the crater rim inside Tanzania’s Ngorongoro Conservation area among unspoilt wilderness. The area is renowned for being the best place in Tanzania to see the Big Five with its concentrated year round population of wildebeest, zebra, buffalo and elephants and an impressive variety of predators. Read More

Deep in Tanzania’s Selous Game Reserve in a blissful setting on the shores of Lake Nzerakera, Siwandu is an extremely comfortable tented camp immersed in nature. Hippos, giraffe, elephant and myriad wildlife wander through camp and there is prolific birdlife. A Unesco Heritage site and one of the largest unspoilt wilderness areas in Africa. Read More

Situated in a private conservation area on the western border of the Masai Mara National Reserve, Kichwa Tembo is a luxurious tented camp where guests get the best of both worlds. With its Hemingway tents and buildings crafted from natural materials, the lodge captures the essence of the African bush. It has recently been totally renovated and is looking fabulous. Read More

Desert Rhino Camp blends into its semi-desert environment in Namibia’s vast 5 000km² Palmwag concession, located between Etosha National Park and the skeleton coast. This camp is also home to Africa’s largest population of black rhino, found outside of a national park. Operated in close conjunction with the local community and the Save The Rhino Trust, this reserve has the core aim of preserving the desert-adapted black rhino, and is one of only two places on earth where you may get to see these rare creatures. Here you will find just 8 luxury safari tents, assuring you of exclusive wildlife experiences in the heart of the Namibian wilderness. Read More

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Looking for luxury, exclusivity and an authentic tented experience in the Tanzanian wilds? Sanctuary Swala ticks all the boxes for a five star Out of Africa experience. This lodge, with its excellent eco friendly credentials and just twelve tents to ensure privacy, is situated in remote part of the Tarangire National Park, ensuring an exclusive safari experience. Read More

The ultimate in luxury African safari, stylish Mara Bushtops Camp is set in the stunning landscape of the Mara Siana Conservancy, adjoining the National Masai Mara Reserve in Kenya. Rivalling a five-star hotel in luxury and facilities the twelve tents set a new standard for tented camps, and superb game viewing and great personal service is a given. Read More

Located just north of the world-famous Masai Mara, on Kenyas remote Koiyaki Community Group Ranch, Elephant Pepper Camp provides luxurious tented accommodation in the heart of the African wild. The camp has been designed according to eco-friendly principles and every year, it is packed up for three months in the rainy season, allowing the environment to return to its natural state. Read More