A luxury mobile tented camp tracking the annual Great Migration across the Serengeti National Park. The Serengeti Under Canvas' mobility ensures guest a front row seat to the migration while providing a bespoke, personal butler service to guests as they relax and enjoy the splendor of Africa between action-packed game drives and safaris. Read More


From its sheltered location overlooking the Xakanaxa Lagoon, Xakanaxa Camp is perfectly positioned to give you exceptional views of roaming game that comes to the water's edge to drink. The camp's position in the world-renowned Moremi Reserve offers the best of the Okavango Delta in Botswana, with abundant game, bird life and natural splendour to be found at every turn of the head. Read More

There's no better way to get closer to nature than to stay at Chobe Under Canvas, a tented camp in the heart of the renowned Chobe National Park in Botswana. Here you will experience all the luxury of a Botswana safari, including outstanding food and service, all within a stone's throw of the most exciting wildlife Africa has to offer. 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


Set high on mountain slopes in the pristine, privately owned Kalama Conservancy, adjacent to the Samburu National Park, Saruni Samburu is a boutique African safari lodge that caters to an exclusive market, encapsulating the finest in luxury, comfort and design. The lodge's elegant villas, spectacular views and top-notch service, combined with the region's rich culture, wildlife and rugged scenic beauty, make Saruni Samburu an unforgettable safari destination. Read More


Elsa's Kopje is named after one of Africa's most famous cats, Elsa the lioness, who was hand-reared by naturalists George and Joy Adamson and became the first lioness ever to be successfully released back into the wild. The lodge is set just above the Adamsons' original campsite in Kenya's Meru National Park, where they taught Elsa to hunt and fend for herself in preparation for her reintegration into the African bush. Read More


Within sight of the clouds of spray of the majestic Victoria Falls, The Elephant Camp is both intimate and luxurious, set in a private concession on the Zimbabwe side of the Falls. The perfect romantic and secluded base for exploring the area with all its attractions and adventure activities, there is also plenty to keep guests enthralled at the camp: walk with Sylvester the orphaned cheetah, visit the elephant rehabilitation project and interact with the elephants, or just relax in the splendid luxury of the lavish tented suites, lie back in your private plunge pool and soak in the expansive African views. Read More


A friendly family-run safari lodge, Umkumbe is ideally located for Big Five game-viewing on the banks of the Sands river in renowned private reserve Sabi Sands, adjoining the South Africa’s Kruger National Park. The focus here is on an authentic safari experience with enthusiastic knowledgeable guides and wildlife sightings second to none, including leopard, lion and rhino. Read More

More Quarters Apartment Hotel is designed to give guests the whole experience, that of visiting the city of Cape Town, feeling a part of the city and being a local in a foreign city. For those who spend a lot of their time in hotels, this will be a different experience – these apartments have the full service support of a luxury hotel, while combining the modern features and freedom of the self-catering apartment. Read More

Exotic and romantic, Matemwe Lodge on the northeastern corner of Zanzibar island is situated opposite the Mnemba Atoll. Well known for its pristine beaches and superb snorkelling, it provides the perfect escape for those seeking a luxurious getaway to combine with their African safari holiday. Read More