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  • 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.
  • Rekero Camp

    $ 1,131 Per adult per night
    Rekero Camp is situated less than 500 feet (150 metres) from a crossing point on the Talek River, the perfect place to view the Great Migration in the Masai Mara. The camp evokes the charm of African safaris from a bygone era, with nine romantic tents and spectacular views of the surrounding game-filled plains.
  • Rubondo Island Camp

    $ 708 Per adult per night
    Rubondo Island Camp is the only lodge on Rubondo Island, the largest island national park in Africa. Tropical forests provide a protected habitat for wildlife that includes sitatunga, elephant, giraffe, 200 species of birds, and wild chimpanzees. The waters of Lake Victoria also offer spectacular fishing for Nile perch. Meals are served alfresco at the main lodge area, with the lapping waves of Lake Victoria marking the passing hours of island life. Spend the afternoon relaxing in a hammock with binoculars and a bird guide or cool off in the swimming pool. When the sun dips below the horizon, watch the hippo emerge from the water to graze on the fringes of camp. The 8 luxury chalets are nestled under the huge trees just 60 meters for the sandy lake shore.
  • 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.
  • Ikuka Camp

    $ 765 Per adult per night
    Ikuka Safari Camp opened in Ruaha National Park in July 2016, the camp is quite noteworthy due to its spectacular location atop the Mwagusi Escarpment in southern Tanzania, it is also owner run and managed. The site allows for expansive and breathtaking views that are unparalleled by other accommodations in the area. The views are perfectly complemented by an intimate and personalized and experienced that can only be found in smaller accommodations in the African bush country. The seven guest bandas on the property are designed to blend in with the surroundings and give guests the utmost experience of being connected with nature by way of stone, thatch and natural wood construction.
  • Elewana Kilindi

    $ 650 Per adult per night
    Elewana Kilindi Zanzibar is a romantic destination aimed mostly at couples and honeymooners.  It a place to enjoy the harmony of the ocean and spend time with the one you love. Set in a picturesque tropical garden with its secluded beachfront, the Pavilion suites embrace wide-arched glassless windows affording spectacular views over the Indian Ocean. Each villa has its own private plunge pool and is tended to by its own butler. Kilindi's 'open-to-nature' approach provides the true essence to any stay and crafts a private, intimate and 'barefoot' appeal. Explore the hidden secrets of the island or relax in the infinity pool watching the local dhows head out to sea, with a gentle breeze in their sail. High Season surcharge of $150 pp should be added (December 20 - January 4)
  • Lemala Kuria Hills

    $ 1,117 Per adult per night
    Lemala Kuria Hills Lodge is remotely located in the Wogakuria Hills of the Northern Serengeti. A scenic region characterized by grassy rolling hills, open woodland and tree-lined watercourses, it is a habitat that attracts wildlife throughout the year. Lemala Kuria Hills is in close proximity to the Mara River on the Serengeti’s border with Kenya’s Maasai Mara, so is also within the main corridor of the world-famous wildebeest migration between July and October.
  • Lemala Ewanjan

    $ 682 Per adult per night
    Lemala Ewanjan is a classic tented camp set in a secluded part of the game-rich Seronera Valley in Central Serengeti. Seronera is known for excellent year-round game viewing due to an abundance of water in the many rivers. Central Serengeti has a large population of lion, cheetah and leopard. Ewanjan camp is set at the end of a valley, from where you can enjoy uninterrupted views over the plains.  Upgraded in July 2018 it now has brand new tents, including 10 standard and 2  family tents comprising two adjacent tents for those traveling together.
  • Lemala Nanyukie

    $ 1,117 Per adult per night
    Lemala Nanyukie opened in October 2018 in the fabulous Eastern Serengeti. Meaning ‘endless plains’ in the Maasai language, the Serengeti is one of the world's most celebrated wilderness areas. Lemala Nanyukie is located a 45-minute drive east of the Seronera Airstrip in the park’s central region with outstanding views across the ‘endless plains’. The camp sits on a grassy savanna dotted with rocky kopjes and shaded by ancient giant acacia trees.​ This area of the Serengeti is crossed by the annual wildebeest migration. It also has high-density game-viewing at all times and is well-known for its large concentration of cats. Lemala Nanyukie will be open year-round, and safari activities like game drives and walks will be accompanied by knowledgeable and experienced guides.
  • Lemala Ngorongoro Camp

    $ 752 Per adult per night
    Lemala Ngorongoro is set in an ancient acacia forest close to the rim of the magnificent Ngorongoro Crater. As it is located next to the quiet Lemala crater access road on the north east side, a key advantage of staying at Lemala Ngorongoro is the quick and easy drive down on to the crater floor in the morning. Lemala guests usually have an hour's head start over others descending via the busier Seneto crater access road on the western rim. Game drives from camp may start as early as 6.15am and guests can be down among Ngorongoro’s abundant wildlife on the floor within 10-15 minutes - crucial for photographers who demand the best light conditions. Escorted walks are also available into the forest and along the crater rim with an armed ranger and Maasai guide.
  • Burunge Tented Camp

    $ 135 Per adult per night
    Burunge Tented Camp is located only 10 minutes from Tarangire National Park. It has 30 rooms with en-suite facilities, among them, 6 family tents, that consist in two interconnected rooms. The camp provides one of the most economical alternatives to other properties serving Tarangire National Park. It is a large facility that accesses the park through the main entrance gate which at times can be busy. For those looking to keep costs under control while visiting Tarangire, this is an excellent choice.
  • Mpingo Ridge

    $ 1,117 Per adult per night
    Lemala Mpingo Ridge sits on top of an escarpment with sweeping views across the perennial Tarangire River and valley below, offering outstanding standards of comfort and service. Guests enjoy a real sense of wilderness and excellent game viewing, and it’s both a relaxing standalone destination and a great place to start a safari. Each of the 15 spacious tented suites have been positioned to maximize the sensational views over Tarangire and to take advantage of cooling breezes during hot weather. They feature en-suite bathrooms, private decks, sunken outside lounges that convert to afternoon siesta beds and one of the suites has two bedrooms. A special feature is the private outside bathtub—perfect for soothing the soul and washing away the African dust after a day on safari. The elevated main lodge has a large lounge and bar, indoor and outdoor dining areas, a spa and swimming pool. Sundowners, early morning walks and game drives in new custom-designed vehicles accompanied by Lemala’s highly-knowledgeable and experienced guides are some of the activities guests can look forward to during their stay.

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