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    Naboisho Camp

    $ 1,086 Per adult per night
    Naboisho Camp is situated in a 50,000 acre conservancy bordering the Maasai Mara Game Reserve to the west and the Olare Orok Conservancy ("OOC") to the north. With just 9 tents this camp offers guests the chance to explore this diverse wilderness in a more intimate way. Unfettered by park regulations the range of activities are amongst the best in the region. The experience is based out of a camp that offers spacious traditional tents that include comfortable beds and a tented safari bathroom that includes a flush toilet, a sink and a shower plumbed with hot running water. The swimming pool provides a relaxing spot in which to unwind after a game drive, or while away an afternoon in camp. Consider combining a stay at Naboisho Camp with a visit to Ol Pejeta Conservancy or across the border to Tanzania's Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, the southern parks or Zanzibar Island.
  • 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

    $ 704 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.
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    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.
  • Roho ya Selous - double tent interior Roho ya Selous - Exterior view of double room

    Roho ya Selous

    $ 988 Per adult per night
    Roho ya Selous strikes the perfect balance between comfort and adventure. The real magic of the Selous is the variety each day on safari brings. Explore the reserve on a game drive searching for that elusive leopard or set out on foot tracking wildlife. Catch monster catfish while dodging enormous hippos and hungry crocodiles - every day in Selous is full of surprises.
  • Elephant herd near Jabali Ridge Guest room at Jabali Ridge

    Jabali Ridge

    $ 1,218 Per adult per night
    Jabali Ridge has Ruaha’s most sophisticated accommodation. Hidden amongst boulders high on a kopje, it looks out over a landscape studded with palm trees and baobabs. Jabali Ridge is almost invisible until you arrive. Close to the Mwagusi Sand River, the core area for game viewing, it's location ensures you are never far from the action. The property has 8 spacious suites, communal dining and relaxation area, swimming pool and spa. Jabali Ridge offers game drives, night drives and walks in this diverse national park. Led by a team of expert guides who will interpret the sights, sounds and smells of the bush at a pace to suit the guest we believe this is ideal way to explore Ruaha. Ruaha National Park is home to one of the largest populations of elephant on the planet, vast herds of buffalo and super prides of lion.
  • Ubuntu Migration Camp

    $ 705 Per adult per night
    Ubuntu Camp has just 7 tents and is designed to reach key wildlife areas. It is lightweight enough to move seasonally, and while doing so, offers every comfort possible. Each tent is either a double or a twin with an ensuite bathroom with safari shower. A small veranda and seating area allows guests to enjoy the peace of the bush in their own space. The communal areas  are set around an open fire.  These include a dining area and a sitting area from where guests can enjoy the space this wilderness offers.
  • Matemwe from the sea Matemwe Beach

    Matemwe Lodge

    $ 327 Per adult per night
    Matemwe Lodge is perched on a coral rock outcrop overlooking a white sandy beach gently sloping into the Indian Ocean. Adjacent to the lodge, the corals surrounding the Mnemba Atoll offer superb diving and snorkeling. Fresh seafood, refreshing cocktails and relaxing massages are just some elements of the laid-back daily routines of Matemwe’s guests.
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    Kwihala Camp

    $ 637 Per adult per night
    Those in the know seek out safari adventures in Africa’s less-travelled wildernesses like remote Ruaha, which is also host to 10% of the world’s lion population. This game-rich conservation area and the sheer comfort of camp provide an exceptional wilderness experience. The main area – with its tented lounge and dining room – is the social heart of the camp. Meals are shared either under canvas or in the alfresco dining area beside the campfire, accompanied only by the stirring night sounds of the bush.
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    Dunia Camp

    $ 932 Per adult per night
    Located on a major migration corridor in a spectacular location in the heart of the Serengeti, Dunia Camp offers easy access to the scenic Moru Kopjes and game-rich Seronera region. Big cats and rhino are plentiful and the Great Migration virtually passes through camp twice a year. Sunrise hot-air balloon safaris also provide a memorable way to experience this famous corner of the Serengeti.
  • Sundowner in front of Namiri camp Namiri camp guest tent

    Namiri Plains Camp

    $ 1,306 Per adult per night
    For over 20 years, the area of Soit Le Motonyi was closed to tourism and reserved as a cheetah conservation and breeding program. As a result of this program, the area now features the highest density of cheetah in East Africa, along with high numbers of lion and leopard, allowing for excellent year round game viewing. Between November and May, the camp is well positioned to access the vast herds of the annual Migration as they pass through Soit Le Motonyi and gather on the plains to the south west of Namiri Plains. Namiri Camp has now been reopened as a completely renovated permanent tented lodge.

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