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

Wonderfully secluded in the foothills of massive dormant volcanoes, Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge is just around the corner from Parc National des Volcans (also known as the Volcanoes National Park), and a great base for extensive gorilla tracking. With the temperate climate and lush tropical vegetation, the proximity of northwestern Virunga Mountains of Rwanda ensures that spectacular views abound from this lodge. Read More

Less than five minutes walk from Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park offices, the Buhoma Lodge offers intimate accommodation with spectacular and uninterrupted views of one of the greatest forests in East Africa. Being so close to the start of the gorilla tracking routes, the lodge, which has recently been renovated, is perfectly located for expeditions in search of the rare and elusive mountain gorilla. Read More

Perched on the edge of a panoramic escarpment with breathtaking views of Tanzanian plains and Lake Manyara, Lake Manyara Serena Safari Lodge offers a heady mix of complete tranquillity, premium wildlife encounters and a birding paradise. Add to that a whole slew of high-adventure sports (from mountain biking, canoeing and forest walks), and you have the recipe for the perfect African safari holiday. Read More

This magnificent mountain lodge near the Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda not only overlooks the Virunga volcanoes but also faces the shimmering lakes of Ruhondo and Bulera. Three hours drive from Kigali, the lavish lodge provides easy access for guests to go gorilla tracking, climb volcanoes, look for the delightful golden monkeys of the area and visit Dian Fosseys grave. Read More

Borana Lodge, with views of Mount Kenya as a backdrop, is an authentic safari and working ranch experience. This privately owned luxury lodge offers stone and thatch built cottages for just sixteen guests, each characterised by sophisticated home-from-home details and contemporary African decor touches. 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