Located in the heart of the Queen Elizabeth National Park, this exceptional lodge is set on a peninsula and has the added benefit of being surrounded by the breathtaking Rwenzori Mountains. Offering opulent lodgings, cuisine and services, this establishment straddles the best of both worlds by offering a wilderness experience with all the bells and whistles of a luxury hotel. Read More

Set in the stunning Bunyaruguru Crater lake region of western Uganda, Ndali Lodge is nestled in a prime stretch of this country which is known as the "Cradle of the Nile". As one of Africa's most prolific wildlife enclaves, Uganda has an immense variety of fauna and flora, and spectacular scenery to boot. Ndali Lodge is at the heart of 1 000 acres of privately owned fertile farmland which is still cultivated according to traditional methods. Read More

Explore Zimbabwe’s wild and remote Mana Pools National Park from the comfortable base of Ruckomechi Camp. One of Wilderness Safaris classic camps, open from April to November, its luxury tented suites overlook the wide Zambezi River where elephant and buffalo herds congregate on the river edge and the rare wild dog is often seen. Away from the well trodden safari routes, Mana Pools is a completely unspoilt park where canoe and boat safaris as well as game drives discover abundant wild life and birdlife. Read More

Ol Tukai Lodge - at the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa, and overlooking the Amboseli plains - is one of the best spots in the world to see elephant, rhino, lion, buffalo, cheetah, leopard, giraffe and antelope. This eco-rated safari lodge in the heart of the world-famous Amboseli National Park blends perfectly with the African savannah and is truly heaven on earth. Read More

The magnificent colonially inspired Ngorongoro Farmhouse is situated on a lavish farm estate in the shadow of the majestic Oldeani Volcano. Only 10 minutes drive from the Ngorongoro Crater, the serene farmhouse accommodation is the ideal vantage point from which to explore Tanzania's wildlife and cultural extravaganza. Read More

Tarangire Sopa Lodge is a luxury escape from it all in the unspoilt Tanzanian wilds. Situated in the sprawling 2800km2 Tarangire National Park, a two hour drive from Arusha town, the lodge can be found in a grove of ancient Baobab trees with breathtaking views of the unspoilt surrounds. With the largest concentration of elephants in Africa and many other game species including leopard, animal sightings are a daily occurrence. Read More

Set in a beautiful location on the banks of the Chobe River at the edge of the town of Kasane, where Botswana meets Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe, Chobe Safari Lodge is a convenient and affordable starting point for an African safari adventure in the Chobe National Park and Namibia’s Caprivi Strip. Read More


Okaukuejo is the administrative centre of Etosha National Park and its main attraction is the large, floodlit waterhole that has been dubbed the best place to observe black rhino in the wild. The camp is also home to the Etosha Ecological Institute - the research facility responsible for the conservation of the park's vast range of wildlife and natural habitat. Read More

Family charm and a luxurious wild west atmosphere pervades at the Desert Homestead, located near Sesriem in Namibia. Luxuriously appointed chalets have views of the mountains in the distance, and provide visitors with exciting new ways to explore this fascinating area. It is well known for its horse safaris, which are an adventurous must-do for visitors keen on exploring with a difference. Read More


Set in the heart of what is possibly Etosha's best game-viewing area - right next to the Etosha Pan - Onkoshi Camp combines all the elements that have made African safaris sought-after experiences. From its proximity to the pan to pristine privacy with ample lashings of luxury, this unique camp is the ultimate way to experience Namibia's fauna and flora firsthand. Read More