Category: Safaris

Pamu deck with afternoon sun

Be immersed in nature at the re-designed Singita Pamushana Lodge

The designs were inspired by its location atop a hill, which lead designer Geordie de Sousa Costa from Cecile & Boyd says brings to mind “the idea of a royal…

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Wildlife at Chobe National Park

Belmond Savute Elephant Lodge reopens after a full redesign

The fully redesigned Belmond Savute Elephant Lodge is reopening in the summer, and features a unique viewing hide where guests can spot wildlife like lions, cheetahs, elephants and antelope any…

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Balancing rocks outside of Harare

Hunting cultural treasures in African rock art

“Africa’s rock art is the common heritage of all Africans, but it is more than that. It is the common heritage of humanity.” ––President Nelson Mandela. Zimbabwe Newsletter Leave this…

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Be part of the landscape with horse safaris across the Okavango Delta

Botswana: breaking the mould

Botswana is the secret safari Africa has tucked under her belt, a place where the delta yawns, the sky floods, and the wildlife is best seen on horseback or helicopter.…

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Sanctuary Bains boasts only five suites and a flurry of stars

Botswana – luxury safaris breaking the mould

Botswana is the secret safari Africa has tucked under her belt, a place where the delta yawns, the sky floods, and the wildlife is best seen on horseback or helicopter.…

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L'Hotel Marrakech, gardens with swimming pools are rare to find in Medina

Intimate elegance in Marrakech

Step back in time to the 1930s with a stay at L’Hôtel Marrakech – a stunningly restored Riad comprised of only five suites that originally formed the centre of a…

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Africa calling

A trip to Africa conjures a riot of images and possibilities. For wildlife enthusiasts, this is the ultimate destination. Every year Africa Newsletter Leave this field empty if you’re human:…

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Kenya’s primal sanctuary

Arijiju nestles in the Kenyan highlands, part of its timeless primal landscape calling you to become a stronger version of yourself. Kenya Newsletter Leave this field empty if you’re human:…

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Of tea & rhinos

THE NORTH-EAST INDIAN STATE OF ASSAM IS HOME TO THE WORLD’S LARGEST POPULATION OF ONE-HORNED RHINOCEROS – IT’S ALSO A LAND OF MYSTICISM, LEGENDS, CHILLIES AND TEA. India Newsletter Leave…

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Tryst with India’s wildlife parks

India’s biosphere reserves, national parks and conversation enclosures make the country much sought after by wildlife enthusiasts and conservationists. India Newsletter Leave this field empty if you’re human: India’s biosphere…

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