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  • Serian Serengeti South Camp

    $ 1,275 Per adult per night
    Serian’s Serengeti is a mobile camp and from mid-December to May, it's set up on the southernmost extreme of the Serengeti’s short grass plains: prime position to spectate the wildebeest birthing season. Dramatic savannah storms sweep in nourishment and new life, and an innate primordial urge pulls the wildebeest to the site of their origins to reproduce. The plains literally come to life for the birthing season. Millions of gnus and zebra dominate the landscape, looking for the fresh green grass that follows the first rains – and to give birth to their young. Serian Serengeti South Camp is located close to the Laetoli footprints an archeological site of some renown. This area is positioned ideally to witness the remarkable Wildebeest Migration birthing season. "Serian" becomes the base from which you have exclusive access to hundreds of thousands of acres of acacia clad woodland filled with huge abundance of wildlife.
  • Ol Pejeta Bush Camp

    $ 633 Per adult per night
    On the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River in central Kenya’s Laikipia region lies the atmospheric Ol Pejeta Bush Camp. Ol Pejeta offers an exceptional base from which to explore the secrets of this renowned conservancy – from the pioneering conservation projects that have made it famous to spectacular sightings of black and white rhino, the Big 5 and the world’s last two remaining northern white rhino.
  • Encounter Mara

    $ 706 Per adult per night
    Encounter Mara is built to the highest eco-standards and in traditional safari-style, hidden under a magnificent canopy of acacia trees. It blends seamlessly with the bush, so there is an excellent chance you’ll encounter giraffe or zebra strolling through camp. Enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner in the canvas dining tent in the centre of camp, against a backdrop of the sights, sounds and smells of the bush. The cosy lounge area is simply furnished in a simple yet contemporary style that allows the views of the Maasai Mara to take centre stage. With the nearby salt lick attracting regular visitors from plains game to big cats, you would be excused for spending the entire day in camp, watching the wildlife come to you.
  • Beho Beho

    $ 1,250 Per adult per night
    Beho Beho was the first camp in The Selous Game Reserve to be sited in its cooler highlands. Here it enjoys 'cooling breezes' from which it derives its name. Designated a private camp, it has fiercely protected its individuality and privileged location. It is one of the most magical places to visit in safari Africa. Beho Beho is not really a camp in the true sense of the word. It has individual bandas built of stone, with palm-leaf thatched roofs. Therefore it is not the tented accommodation often associated with a camp. Nor is it a safari lodge either, as it has only eight bandas, four on one side of the main house and four on the other. Think of Beho Beho as a home, a very private home situated in the middle of the African bush. Owned by the Bailey family for over forty years, they now share their "home in the bush".  A fortunate few are able to share their enjoyment of Beho Beho, one of their favourite places in the world.
  • Oliver’s Camp Tarangire

    $ 946 Per adult per night
    Set in the remote southern reaches of Tarangire National Park and within easy reach of the Silale swamps, Oliver’s Camp is an echo of the early days of East African safaris. Alongside Oliver’s ten ensuite tents, Little Oliver’s offers a more intimate safari with just five exclusive tents. Both camps are perfect for those searching for genuine experiences in the unique, baobab-filled landscape.
  • Sand Rivers Selous

    $ 1,120 Per adult per night
    Sand Rivers Selous is perched right on the banks of the Rufiji River. All the main areas and rooms have superb river views. It was the first safari lodge to open in the Selous Game Reserve and as such, had the pick of locations. It’s really rather special in an area that is far away from the main hub of the park where you will hardly see another soul. Sand Rivers Selous has just 8 stone and thatched cottages, all are open-fronted and raised on decks overlooking the river. There are 5 Riverside rooms - with en-suite bathrooms, hot and cold running water, flush toilets and powerful showers - and 3 Hillside Suites. The Suites have all the above, but a large living space and a small plunge pool.
  • Kiba Point Selous

    $ 891 Per adult per night
    Kiba Point is a private lodge just down river from Sand Rivers Selous. One of the greatest privileges here is to be properly left alone in nature. Kiba Point is a private hideaway for families and friends, with just four suites reclining by the Rufiji River. With a private guide and camp staff, the freedom to explore the Selous is all there for the taking, on your timetable and your terms. Perched on the banks of the Rufiji River, all main areas and rooms have superb river views. Richard Bonham had the pick of locations when he chose this place – we think you’ll agree it’s really rather special.
  • Chada Katavi Camp

    $ 975 Per adult per night

    Chada Katavi belongs to the beasts

    Chada Katavi belongs to the beasts of Africa, it always has, as if they were all created here in this remote place. This is the promise of Katavi - total absorption in the natural world and virtually no one else around. Katavi really is one of the final frontiers. This is a true wilderness which is all about enjoying being out on safari without the crowds, in fact often without any company at all. Chada Katavi is only open for six months of the year (June - November) and we think everyone should be clambering over themselves to get here - it really is worth it.

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