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In an isolated corner of the Lake Manyara National Park, Tanzania, lays the whimsical and romantic Lake Manyara Tree Lodge Suites. There is no comparison for a getaway location that will offer a true immersion into a true, undisturbed, African game preserve. Guests will be treated to spectacular nature views ...
Experience the unspoiled treasures of Kenya with an unforgettable and magical safari at the Mahali Mzuri. The tented suites offer an up close and personal visit with the local wildlife while providing some of the comforts of home. Dreams can come true at this truly amazing game drive camp. Comfortable ...
'13oct3Pezulu Tree House
This is a game lodge where you can stay in a treehouse. The location is very near to the famous Kruger National Park. The main building is built around a giant Marula tree. There, you can chill in the lounge, eat at the restaurant, check out the curio shop, or ...
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This incredible hotel is part of the Sun City Resort in South Africa. Built in the 1970s the resort has played host to the international jet set, hosted major concerts, and heavyweight boxing matches. When you stay at the Palace of the Lost City you will have access to two ...
*1920s Safari Experience* Safari holidays first started in the early 20th Century. It was a time when Africa captured the imagination of people in Western Europe and the adventurous elite made their way to grasslands and rivlets of Kenya. The Cottar family have been offering guided expeditions in Kenya since ...
There are a lot of conservation hotels and eco-lodges around these days but few are as credible as Richard’s Camp. Built by two generations of a family that moved to Kenya and helped local tribes lobby for the creation of the Masai Mara conservation area, Richard’s Camp has a happy ...
Safari was an Indian invention. The word Sahar means travel in Sanskrit/Hindi and the British appropriated the word and took it to Africa. The India Safari club takes you on trips in the Rajastani wilderness using 4x4, camels or even elephants. It was all the brainchild of founder, Reggie Marwar ...
About three million years ago an enormous volcano exploded and collapsed in on itself much to the hilarity of the other volcanoes who laughed so much they blew their own tops. This massive event created what is known today as the Ngorongoro Crater. For millions of years the crater has ...
The untamed bush and lands here are protected but with none of the rules and fences that normally come with game reserves in Africa. You, like the animals, are free to go and do whatever you like and there is a lot on offer. Set in miles and miles of ...
*A Lone City on an African Mountain* Set on the outskirts of the Namibian capital city of Windhoek, the Olive Exclusive Boutique Hotel combines modern luxury with African highlights for your stay in this city over 1500 meters above sea level. The hotel is built on the site of an ...
Deep in the Tiger country of India there is a treehouse available to guests. Reception is also a treehouse with a large social area and viewing deck where you can see animals use the local water hole. You will commonly spot jackal, wild boar and rare species of deer. Your ...
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 ...
The 100 acres “Africa Experience” safari park in Kent, England is a place where many African species are free to roam as if they were at home… except they don’t have to worry about fighting for meager water holes here. When you arrive you will get a glass of champagne ...
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 ...