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Shu’Mata is Maasai for the mystical place of perfection above the clouds. And when you gaze at the ice-flashing peaks of Kilimanjaro from Shu’Mata Camp you will see why the tribesmen chose this name. The camp itself is at the foot of the highest mountain in Africa which is still ...
Kasbah Tamadot is part of Richard Branson's portfolio of unique retreats. It is a traditional Moroccan castle in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains. The Kasbah is surrounded by scented gardens, terraces, and staircases and maintains traditional glamour. You can stay in the Berber Tent suites which are in the ...
You cannot come across the word Mogadishu without the pre-modifying clause, ‘the most dangerous city in the world’. And fair enough, most luxury hotels do not come with an increased risk of death and kidnap. But there have only been 2 major incidents involving guests of the Hotel Sahafi in ...
AnaYela is a 300-year-old city palace in the historic part of Marrakech. When the new owners took it over, they found a secret room that was bricked up. In that room, there was a small jewelry box covered in dust. Inside was a hand-written note telling the story of a ...
The paradise island is located off the Tanzanian coast within a marine wildlife conservation site. The hotel is eco friendly and takes advantage of every local resource. The two-floor treehouses are built from timber and thatch and have views of the sea. The food is caught that day and is ...
Staying in a North Island beach hut allows you to take part in a remarkable story of conservation. This island in Seychelles was once full of coconut trees, people, and animals working to supply the industrial coconut industry. But that collapsed in the 1970s and the island was deserted by ...
In the shadows of Kilimanjaro there is a lush and fertile plain on which lies a farm that was first built by the Trappe family in 1907. Successful farmers, conservationists and hunters; the Trappe family leased their farm to Hollywood in the 1960s so they could film classic John Wayne ...
The hotel is a converted manor house built in the 1930s in the style of a Scottish hunting lodge. It is part of a modern wildlife sanctuary located 20km from Nairobi. The Rothschild Giraffes who live here are wonderfully tame. If you leave your window open you could even wake ...
The Kasbah du Toubkal was conceived more as a Berber hospitality center than a hotel. It was designed to be eco-friendly and sustainable; 5% of all profits go directly to local villages making education a reality for the young people who live there. Originally, the summer home of a local ...