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A stay at Londolozi Tree Camp is the ultimate in superlative game viewing, intimate dining experiences, modern luxury and exclusive pampering. It's the ultimate way to feel at one with the essence of an African safari. This remarkable spot, set in the Sabi Sand Nature Reserve next to the Kruger National Park and overlooking the banks of the Sand River, is a haven of elegance. Read More

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Travel back in time and keep on travelling with Rovos Rail’s extraordinary train journeys around South Africa and beyond. The beautifully restored carriages have been transformed into luxury suites on wheels, departing the Rovos Rail private station in Pretoria for destinations such as Cape Town, Namibia and the Victoria Falls. Read More

Singita Faru Faru River Lodge overlooks a waterhole and the Grumeti River, presenting guests with excellent game viewing from the comfort of your own veranda or will lazing in the swimming pool. With only 6 suites, service is personal and the ambience elegant, this lodge also boasts a private beach, balloon safaris and equestrian activities Read More

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The remote Sayari Camp offers its guests an elegant camp in close proximity to the Mara River, a theatrical and at times devastating obstacle during the annual wildebeest migration. The seasonal camp is blessed with incredible views in a game rich area. Guests will enjoy the tranquility of the camp with its luxurious finishes, fine cuisine and African safari ambience. Read More

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Under the umbrella of the Asilia group of luxury tented camps, Oliver's Camp combines warm hospitality with a superb East African safari experience. A sense of understated luxury awaits for guests checking into this outstanding property that is an exercise in old world safari style and modern styling. Thanks to its remote position in the Tarangire National Park guests are guaranteed absolute privacy too. Read More

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Simbavati River Lodge is an intimate safari lodge in the legendary Timbavati River Nature Reserve, bordering the Kruger National Park. With over 30,000 acres of rolling African bushveld to explore, this area is also one of the few places in the world where visitors have the opportunity to see the white lion in its natural environment. Read More

Tucked away in one of Cape Town's leafy City Bowl suburbs, Four Rosmead boutique guesthouse is a favourite with style-savvy and discerning business and leisure travellers to the city. Beautiful views of Table Mountain and the city, outstanding personalised service and sumptuously decorated bedrooms ensure guest expectations at this intimate city escape are well met. Read More

A haven of sophistication and style, yet utterly peaceful and relaxed, Athol Place is a chic urban getaway in the heart of Johannesburg’s affluent suburb of Sandton. The city’s only Relais & Chateaux hotel, it has won many awards for its style and service and its 2014 renovation by new owners Morukuru takes it from strength to strength. Despite its convenient location near the Sandton Gautrain station, the atmosphere is quiet and secluded from city bustle. The tranquil leafy gardens and large swimming pool provide shady places for picnics and al fresco lunches, prepared by the talented resident chef. 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

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For those who relish privacy, chic surrounds, peace and quiet and easy access to the city, Kensington Place, Cape Town's award-winning original boutique hotel property is ideal. Savvy city visitors make repeat visits to this elegant and contemporary home-from-home situated directly under Table Mountain and a quick and easy distance from the city and its beaches. Read More