Kaingo overlooks the Luangwa River deep within the prime area of the South Luangwa National Park.

Accommodation is shaded, en-suite riverside chalets with individual decks built out over the river. Guests can relax in the large centrally-located open-sided sitting room, the dining area, library, or Kaingo’s renowned thousand year old lead-wood bar. From the vantage point of the decks, guests can view game coming down to drink, basking Hippos, aquatic birds, Crocodiles fishing, and daily Elephant crossings. The complete absence of generator noise means guests will be able to hear the wheeze-honk of the Hippos, the sounds of a Lion’s roar, a Leopard’s call, or the early morning "drumming" of the Ground Hornbill.

Activities include walking safaris, game drives, trips to the Elephant and Hippo hides.


Muchenje Lodge is situated West along the Chobe River some 55km from Kasane township and within easy reach of Victoria Falls. The lodge is perched on the escarpment that rises high above the Chobe flood plains. From this vantage point the panoramic views, out over Chobe National Park and towards Namibia are unsurpassed.

The warmth and informality you will find at Muchenje Lodge makes a stop here feel as though it has been time spent visiting an old friend. Accommodation is in beautifully appointed thatched Safari bungalows, each with its own fantastic view of the Chobe. The charming main lodge area has many quiet corners in which guests can relax, and a fantastic viewing platform. The swimming pool is great for a cool down in the warmer months while the dining room and bar host casual lunches and evening social events.

Activities include half- or full-day game drives in open 4x4 game vehicles within Chobe National Park, while guided walks and night drives in the forest reserve expand guests’ knowledge about the region. Wildlife can be spotted on the river banks during boat cruises on the Chobe River, and for those interested in the cultural aspect of Botswana, there is the option to visit the local village.

Pride of Zambezi - House boat

The "Pride of Zambezi" is an up-market houseboat berthed on the Chobe River, approximately 70km upstream of the majestic Victoria Falls and right at the entrance to the Chobe National Park.

The houseboat accommodates a maximum of 16 passengers in lavish en-suite cabins. The boat's guest deck has a tastefully decorated open plan lounge, bar and dining space with forward sun deck. Astern on the upper deck is a second sun deck with comfortable day beds. The house boat is crewed by the captain, a qualified chef and three fully trained river guides, all at your service every moment of the day.

Activities are arranged whilst on board and include bird watching, fishing, game drives into the Chobe National Park, mokoro or canoe trips, sightseeing excursions to Victoria Falls and Livingstone or exploring the mighty Chobe River by tender. The "Pride of Zambezi" is your floating oasis of peace and tranquility.

Elephant Valley Lodge

On the fringe of the Chobe National Park just above the mighty Chobe River, Elephant Valley Lodge is a secluded, peaceful retreat that offers a variety of safari options in this game-rich area. The "Elephant Highway" on the lodge’s doorstep presents a first-hand taste of the graceful wisdom of Elephants; their constant movement along historic routes is broken momentarily as they quench their thirst at Elephant Valley Lodge - not at the lodge’s well-stocked bar itself, but at their own local watering-hole!

Sturdy acacias reach high above the camp, forming large canopies of shade. In these trees the largest colony of White Back Vultures in Africa resides. Accommodation is provided in fully serviced "meru" style tents with private decks, and guests are able relax beside the pool, in the lounge, library or bar.

The safari experience includes morning boat cruises on the Chobe River and afternoon safaris into the Chobe National Park.

Chobe Safari Lodge

Chobe Safari Lodge is situated in Kasane on the banks of the Chobe River, with the Chobe National Park on its doorstep. The lodge is within easy reach of several international airports making it the perfect overnight destination to start or end a Botswana safari.

The lodge combines a relaxed safari lodge atmosphere with the services of a large modern hotel. Under the riverine canopy is a fantastic pool and sun deck, private lounges and bar. The dining room comes alive thrice daily offering a wide selection of international cusine. There is range of comfortable accommodation options, from suites to family bungalows, spread throughout the expansive lodge grounds.

Activities include game drives within the Chobe National Park, Chobe River cruises, fishing trips, and excursions to Victoria Falls.

Lagoon Camp

Lagoon Camp is perched on the banks of the wild Kwando River, in the remote Linyanti region of Northern Botswana. Guests at Lagoon camp can relax in traditionally styled en-suite accommodation nestled beneath towering Ebony and Marula trees. The stunning views and close proximity of wildlife all contribute to the pervading sense of calm at Lagoon Camp. The heavily forested site is home to a wide variety of birds and mammals, and Elephant and Hippo are normally visible from the camp.

Lagoon has a well-earned reputation for big game action with large herds of Elephant and Buffalo a common site. The rich concentration of plains game attracts the attention of many large predators. Wild Dog regularly den close to Lagoon camp and the excellent viewing opportunities make this one of the better places to see Wild Dog in Botswana.

Activities available include: 4x4 guided safaris morning, afternoon and evening; guided walks (seasonal); afternoon river cruises; fishing.

Lebala Camp

Lebala Camp is situated in the south of the Kwando concession, adjacent to the headwaters of the Linyanti marshes that form the boundary between Botswana and Namibia. Lebala means ‘wide open spaces’ in Setswana; vast plains scattered with palms and tree islands backed by wooded savannahs dominate the scenery. Lebala is famous for its healthy predator numbers and large herds of elephants.

The camp offers accommodation in custom designed en-suite tents each with its own viewing deck. The casual understated elegance of Lebala blends seamlessly with the surrounding landscape. The wild expanses' muted tones are reflected throughout the stylish decor. Facilities include eight spacious accommodation tents, a family room, lounge, bar, dining room and pool.

Activities available include guided walks (seasonal), 4x4 game drives-morning/afternoon and evening.


Zarafa Camp is located near the Zibadianja Lagoon, the source of the Savute Channel, and is regarded as one of the best game viewing areas in the world, with excellent density and diversity of both birds and mammals.

Zarafa Camp evokes a sense of old-style safari with accommodation in spacious en-suite tents positioned under cool and shady trees, with verandas offering breathtaking vistas of the Zibidianja Lagoon. The Lounge at Zarafa Camp evokes the traditional safari ambiance of the turn of the 20th century. Guests can relax or dine under canvas or on the full-length deck shaded by giant broad-leafed trees. The emphasis at Zarafa Camp is about offering a personalised and private experience to a small number of guests - perfect for those who favour a more intimate experience or those who prefer the entire camp for their own, exclusive use.

Activities at Zarafa Camp are flexible to suit guests' particular interests and include morning, afternoon and night game drives, short guided nature walks, fishing and bird watching. 


Selinda Camp overlooks the Selinda Spillway, a unique seasonal waterway that links the Okavango Delta with the Linyanti Swamps. With its large, game-rich floodplains Selinda Camp offers a unique wildlife experience.

Accommodation at Selinda Camp is in spacious, luxury en-suite tents under cool thatch canopies. The tents are beautifully appointed with furniture and features that have been collected from around Africa. The main guest area comprises a series of expansive decks that invite guests to simply sit and soak up the spectacular views and wildlife surrounding Selinda Camp. The design of the main area is such that there is never a barrier to the breath-taking views of the Selinda Spillway. When not relaxing in the lounge or dining in style, guests can also enjoy a small plunge pool and the traditional campfire.

Activities at Selinda Camp revolve around morning, afternoon and night game drives, while short guided walks from camp are encouraged to get to know some of Selinda's smaller creatures.

Duma Tau

Duma Tau – meaning 'roar of the lion' – is located close to the source of the Savute Channel in the vast Linyanti region of Northern Botswana. The area is renowned for its high concentrations of Elephant and the waterways around Duma Tau Camp lure an array of other wildlife, particularly so in the dry winter months (July-September)

Accommodation is in luxury en-suite tented units supurbly located within a shady grove of Mangosteen trees. Raised off the ground the outlook from each unit takes in the large Hippo-filled lagoon on the lodge's doorstep. Guests can enjoy the night sounds of Africa from the comfort of their own rooms or socialise in the stylishly decorated lounge and lodge bar. The swimming pool is a welcome addition in the hotter summer months and the expansive sun decks, with comfortable furniture, are a great place to recline and enjoy the afternoon.

Duma Tau offers day and night game drives, nature walks along the banks of the Linyanti River and Savute Channel and, if water levels permit, the lodge boat will take visitors cruising on the Linyanti.

Pom Pom Camp

Named after the lagoon island on which it is situated, Pom Pom Camp occupies its own private concession to the West of the Moremi Game Reserve and at the head waters of the Xudum River system.

The camp promises a true Okavango wilderness experience with both land and water based safari activities. The Lodge is attractively designed with elegant décor and the fully serviced guest accommodation is lavish. At the end of the day guests can stroll to the thatched lounge, bar or pool area to relax, soaking up the warm atmosphere to a chorus of Hippo and Bell Frog song from the nearby lagoon.

Land safari activities are offered day and night on foot or 4x4 game vehicle. Water safaris are also available in traditional mokoro dug-out canoes. Pom Pom camp is also a fantastic destination if you have a passion for bird watching.

Eagle Island

Situated on Xaxaba Island in a magical part of the Okavango Delta, Eagle Island is a secluded, luxurious safari retreat set amongst a maze of crystal-clear waterways and lush palm tree islands.

Accommodation at Eagle Island is en-suite and fully-appointed. Lodge facilities include a pool, library, lounge area, and one of the most romantic bars in the world, located on its own island set apart from the main camp.

Activities on offer include walking safaris, mokoro (dug-out canoe) trips, motor boating, and an option to visit a traditional working Okavango village on Xaxaba Island. Eagle Island can also arrange a memorable game/scenic helicopter flight of the Okavango Delta.


Oddballs is situated on the edge of Chief's Island, deep in the heart of the Okavango Delta. The camp is accessible by light aircraft only and is a 20-minute flight from Maun. Many rare and endangered species call the Okavango home, and naturalists come from all around the world to view them.

Accommodation is in en-suite dome tents set on elevated wooden decks, shaded by shelters or trees. The central bar and lounge area has comfortable chairs and sofas, a selection of books and games, and raised viewing decks overlooking the sweep of the delta – the perfect place to sip a sundowner, watch the sun set over the palm trees, and view whatever wildlife may be visiting.

Activities include guided bush-walks into the Moremi Game Reserve where you may visit your guide’s village and meet the elders and perhaps his family. If water levels allow, excursions by mokoro (dug-out canoe) are also offered.

Oddballs Enclave

Oddballs Enclave is an adjunct to Oddballs on Chief's Island in the Okavango Delta, where desert and wetland species exist side by side and low nutrient levels mean that numbers of any single species give way to sheer variety. Few of Africa’s wilderness areas can boast the diversity of the Okavango.

Accommodation at Oddballs Enclave is in walk-in, en-suite mini "meru" tents with king-sized beds and crisp white linen. It is a lodge for those who want to be able to experience the authentic Okavango in a relaxed, comfortable and unpretentious atmosphere.

Activities include guided walks and makoro (dug-out canoe) trips with the respected swamp men of Sedibana village.

Delta Camp

Delta Camp is located on a small island in the heart of the Okavango Delta overlooking the confluence of the Boro and Metsematsweu channels of the Okavango River. The lodge is accessed by light aircraft from Maun, Botswana.

The camp's comfortable en-suite chalets are designed and built to take advantage of the many indigenous, old growth trees of the island forest. The buildings are designed to blend unobtrusively with the natural landscape, which means that sometimes a tree grows through a roof or a floor, or the building itself is elevated onto a deck to minimize our disturbance of the earth and vegetation below. The lounge and dining areas are elevated to command the spectacular vista of swamp and forest that lies all around, and a variety of game can usually be seen from the deck.

Delta Camp offers twice daily walking safaris and mokoro (dug-out canoe) excursions in the Moremi Game Reserve. Village walks are also available. Another unique offering by pre-arrangement is the opportunity to go camping in one of the world's last great wildernesses on an extended, fully serviced and catered camping expedition by mokoro into the further reaches of the Okavango.


This well-known camp is set overlooking a secluded lagoon in the northern Okavango Delta. This region offers a contrasting experience, and the camp location allows access to the permanent waterways of the Delta as well as expansive dry land areas, admired for their quality game viewing. 

Kwara Camp accommodates guests in traditionally styled en-suite tents on raised decks, each offering superb views of the lagoon. Towering African Ebony and Mangosteen trees ensure that the camp is always cool while the hundreds of birds add to the feeling of serenity in one of the Okavango's best-kept secrets.

Kwara offers a wide variety of activities. In addition to day and night game drives, the camp offers game walks and mokoro (dug-out canoe) trips, as well as power boating and fishing.

Little Kwara

Located in its own private concession at the northern edge of the Okavango Delta, Little Kwara is famous for its sightings of many cat species.

The lodge is fully catered and guests are made comfortable in serviced en-suite accommodation by the water’s edge. The elegant décor captures vintage safari style creating a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. Highly regarded for its impressive personal service, Little Kwara offers you everything you could imagine a safari to be and more.

Activities include day and night safari drives and safari walks, while water-based options include lagoon fishing, boat cruises, and excursions by mokoro (dug-out canoe).


Located in the Mombo Concession on Chief's Island in the heart of the Okavango Delta, Mombo Camp has arguably the best big game viewing in Botswana. The sheer number of animals and variety of species visible all year round defy description. 

Built under large, shady trees, accommodation at Mombo Camp comprises spacious en-suite tents raised high off the ground. All the rooms and guest areas take advantage of the very best vistas that the Okavango Delta has to offer. The main living and dining areas are under thatch, but the boma offers the chance for a dinner underneath the stars, while the plunge pool is the perfect place to relax.

Activities at Mombo Camp include morning and afternoon game drives in open 4x4s. Lion sightings are frequent, and guests at Mombo Camp can also expect to see Leopard, Wild Dog, Spotted Hyena, large herds of Buffalo, Elephant, White Rhino, Southern Giraffe, Blue Wildebeest and Burchell's Zebra.

Duba Plains

Duba Plains Camp lies in the most remote reaches of the Okavango Delta in an area renowned for the endless conflict between herds of Buffalo and the prides of Lions that prey on them. It is a small, intimate camp surrounded by expanses of seasonally flooded plains and shaded by tall Ebony, Sycamore, Fig and Mangosteen trees.

Accommodation at Duba Plains Camp consists of roomy tents with en-suite bathrooms and verandas offering panoramic vistas of the Okavango Delta floodplains. The thatched lounge, dining and bar areas are raised along with the pool on wooden platforms to better appreciate the breath-taking views.

Duba Plains Camp offers a variety of activities including day and night game drives and leisurely nature walks. Boat cruises may be offered depending on the seasonal water levels in the Duba area.

Tubu Tree Camp

Tubu Tree Camp is a small, intimate lodge on the western side of Hunda Island in the Okavango Delta's Jao Concession. Usually a water-inundated area during the floods, Hunda Island is the largest stretch of dry land in the area, affording Tubu Tree Camp the most diverse game viewing within the concession.

Tubu Tree Camp is built in traditional style with en-suite tents on raised wooden platforms, each with picturesque vistas of the floodplains from a private front deck. The main dining room, lounge and pool are also on raised platforms and have panoramic views of the plains game. The outdoor bar area lies under the canopy of a large Marula tree.

Throughout the year day and night game drives in open 4x4 vehicles are offered. There are also two platform hides in the concession, giving guests the chance to see game up-close. When water levels allow, a wide range of water activities from boating and fishing to mokoro (dug-out canoe) trips are available.


Kwetsani Camp is located on an elongated island in the remote Jao Concession in the northwestern Okavango Delta. The island is heavily wooded with Palm, Mangosteen and Fig trees, and the camp has access to the vast open floodplains and some of the most stunning vistas of the Okavango Delta.

Accommodation at Kwetsani Camp is in furnished en-suite 'tree-house' chalets. The dining room, lounge and drinks area have been constructed under a large, cool thatched roof and offer incredible vistas of the surrounding floodplains and great views of the wildlife, which abounds there. Guests can also enjoy the wildlife from the communal pool.

Kwetsani Camp offers excellent land and water activities dependent on the annual flood levels of the Okavango Delta. Game drives, as well as wildlife viewing by mokoro (dug-out canoe) are on offer. There are also two game viewing hides in the concession.

Khwai River Lodge

Khwai River Lodge is a well established safari camp on the edge of the Moremi Game Reserve within the game rich community concession of Khwai.

Each of the fully serviced en-suite units comes complete with a comfortable four-poster bed and private viewing deck that offers spectacular views of the surrounding area.

The lodge also has an elevated deck for game viewing, and a high-powered telescope enables guests to view wildlife further out on the floodplains. The Boma (place of eating) offers sumptuous dinners and evening performances inspired by local tribal culture.

Activities include day and night 4x4 drives, bird watching, stargazing and a Khwai village visit. Spa treatments are also available on request.

Xakanaxa Camp

Xakanaxa Camp lies on the banks of the Khwai River in the heart of the Okavango Delta. This exclusive lodge is one of Botswana’s very first safari camps and has an authentic African bush camp character. Its prime location in the Moremi Game Reserve ensures that it is one of the few camps able to provide guests with a year-round water and land safari experience.

The lodge provides fully serviced en-suite accommodation, and guest facilities include a sundeck with adjoining thatched lounge, a library, a plunge pool, and a fire deck, all nestled below a magnificent stand of trees. From the open deck and dining areas guests can enjoy sublime sunsets and incredible stargazing. Xakanaxa Camp prides itself on its environmentally friendly approach to tourism, and the lodge is at the forefront of a project to rid local waterways of the invasive Salvinia Molesta (kariba weed) plant.

Activities on offer at Xakanaxa Camp include 4x4 game drives and water-based excursions by mokoro (traditional dug-out canoe) or powerboat.

Sango Safari Camp

Sango Safari Camp is nestled in the shade of the trees overlooking the Khwai River on the outskirts of the traditional village of Khwai. The camp offers guests the perfect base from which to explore the wildlife and culture of Botswana’s vibrant landscape.

Accommodating guests in en-suite "meru" style tents, Sango Safari Camp captures the  atmosphere of rustic safari camps of old, with handcrafted furnishings and classic styling.

Activities include walking and mokoro (dug-out canoe) excursions, and guests will have the chance to learn first-hand about the unique lifestyle and experiences that come from living and growing up in one of the most wildlife rich areas of Botswana.

Meno a Kwena

Meno a Kwena – "Teeth of the Crocodile" – is a small, comfortable safari camp overlooking the scenic Boteti River, and is ideally located for safaris into the three ecologically pristine wildlife sanctuaries of the Okavango Delta, Makgadikgadi Saltpans and the Central Kalahari Game Reserve.

Accommodation at this small camp comprises comfortable en-suite tent units. The focus is on style, attention to detail and personal service, rather than opulent luxury. The whole camp is designed to take full advantage of the most incredible view in Botswana, and guests can relax in a natural rock plunge pool and viewing tents, which overlook the river and the wildlife in the National Park.

Activities include scenic flights over the saltpans, star gazing with a portable telescope, cultural experiences, nature walks with local Bushmen, and mobile camping in the reserves. The camp also has access to a floating wildlife hide within walking distance of camp offering further game-viewing opportunities.

Nxai Pan Camp

Nxai Pan Camp is nestled amongst clusters of Acacia trees overlooking open grasslands on the Western edge of the fossil-rich saltpan from which the camp takes its name. The delicate ecology and pristine state of the region makes visiting Nxai Pan an incredible and often moving experience.

The camp accommodates guests in comfortable en-suite thatched units, and has been constructed with Botswana’s delicate ecology in mind. The camp uses 100% solar electricity, and wastewater is processed in a state-of-the-art treatment plant and returned to the sands from where it came. Excellent game viewing is possible from guest rooms as the water hole in front of the camp attracts a multitude of mammal species.

Activities offered at Nxai Pan include game drives, day trips to the famous Baines’ Baobabs and Khama Khama Pan and star gazing, as well as nature walks with Bushman trackers.

Jack's Camp

Established in the 1960s under an Acacia tree on the edge of the vast and fragile Makgadikgadi Pans in Botswana, Jack’s Camp is a luxury safari lodge situated in a striking location that truly reflects the savage beauty of a forgotten Africa.

Jack’s Camp was refurbished in 2003 in the traditional East African 1940's safari style.

Accommodation is in roomy and stylish en-suite canvas tents with luxuriant fittings and décor for ultimate comfort.

A safari to Jack's Camp is a complete desert experience. The guides at Jack's Camp team up with a small group of Zu’hoasi Bushmen to guide guests on morning walks and game drives. 4x4 quad bike trips across the Pans are also available.

Camp Kalahari

Camp Kalahari is nestled amongst the Acacias and Mokolwane palms of Hyaena Island, on the edge of the Makgadikgadi Pans and adjacent to the Makgadikgadi National Park.

Accommodation at Camp Kalahari is in en-suite "meru" style tents decorated in the classic old safari style, replete with comfy beds, crunchy cotton sheets, and stripey African blankets. The camp has a large and comfortable thatched library, lounge and dining area where guests can relax and enjoy the serenity and peace of the enchanting area. Camp Kalahari is a return to the traditional safari style of the old explorers. It is the ideal camp for those who want fun, comfort, style and adventure, and the camp accepts children of all ages making it a fantastic family safari destination.

Activities at Camp Kalahari include guided morning walks and game drives, with 4x4 quad bike trips across the Pans available during the dry season.

Grassland Safari Lodge

Grassland Safari Lodge is located on the western edge of the Central Kalahari Game Reserve, 80km northeast of the town of Ghanzi.

Accommodation at Grassland is in comfortable, well-furnished en-suite chalets. The lodge has two beautiful main buildings that feature both an outdoor and indoor dining room. After a day’s activities, guests can take a soothing dip in the large swimming pool, or sit by the bricked fire pit to watch hundreds of animals come to feed at the nearby water pan.

Activities include visits to local bush tribes, day and night game drives, horse riding, and stargazing.

Tau Pan Camp

Tau Pan Camp is situated at the top of an ancient sand dune with astonishing and unusual views out over the flatness of desolate Tau Pan. It was the first camp to be built in the Central Kalahari Game Reserve.

Accommodation is in comfortable en-suite thatched dwellings. The main building features a communal dining table, bar, lounge, viewing deck, fire pit, and plunge pool. Tau Pan Camp focuses on minimising ecological impact while maintaining comfort and the highest levels of personal service for guests. The camp uses 100% solar power for the generation of electricity, heating of water and pumping of water from deep under the Kalahari sands. Wastewater is treated in a state-of-the-art treatment plant and the fully treated water is returned to the sands from whence it came.

Activities offered at Tau Pan include game drives, day trips to the well-known Deception Valley, Sunday, Piper and Passarge Pans, star gazing, bush brunches on Tau Pan, and nature walks with Bushman trackers.

Mwamba Bush Camp

Mwamba Bush Camp is situated in a remote and peaceful location on the banks of the Mwamba River in the heartland of the South Luangwa National Park. The camp is sited under huge evergreen Ebony trees and enjoys shady views of perennial water-holes.

Accommodation is comfortable en-suite reed and thatch chalets, uniquely designed with two soaring skylights allowing guests to experience sleeping under the stars. A bush-style dining and bar area or "chitenge" is set under the deep shade of huge Ebony trees entwined with Python vines. A spectacular sundowner spot on top of a large termite mound and a glowing campfire under the night sky completes the camp’s friendly and personal atmosphere.

Activities are focused on walking safaris and day and night game drives to see the excellent game around the Mwamba camp. Large herds of Buffalo, Zebra, Eland and in particular Cookson’s Wildebeest are followed by the "Mwamba" Lion pride. Fantastic Leopard sightings are also common due to the thick riverine bush along the Mwamba, attracted by the large numbers of Impala and Puku in the open glades around camp.

Zebra Plains Walking Safari Camp

Sanctuary Zebra Plains is perched on a sand bank at the confluence of the Luangwa and Chibembe Rivers. The diversity of habitat provides some of the most spectacular walking in Africa, over terrain that is ideal for exploring, with plenty of shade and long sweeping views.

Sanctuary Zebra Plains provides accommodation in luxury en-suite safari units. The main mess tent has a dining area, a small library, and a bar. The camp is seasonal and designed to leave the lowest possible carbon footprint: at the end of each season it is packed up completely leaving no trace that it was ever there.

Activities are focused on guided walks which are offered twice a day to encounter the sights and sounds of the surrounding unspoilt bush. The area is home to large populations of Zebra, Elephant, Buffalo, Crocodile and Puku, as well as various endemic species and over 400 bird species.

Puku Ridge

Sanctuary Puku Ridge is an intimate camp perched on an escarpment in a remote part of the South Luangwa National Park. The camp is named after the Puku Antelope that grazes on the floodplains below, in an area known for fantastic game viewing and bird spotting. The region is home to Elephant, Lion, Wild Dog, Buffalo, Hippo, Antelope and over 400 bird species.

Accommodation at Sanctuary Puku Ridge Camp is in spacious and comfortable en-suite tented units, each with a private viewing deck. After a day’s activities guests can relax in the large central living area, or enjoy a gourmet meal in the dining area.

Activities include ever-popular guided bush walks where guests might see where an Elephant stopped to browse, where a Leopard scratched a tree or a Pangolin rolled into a ball. Day and night game drives in specially designed 4x4 vehicles are also offered.

Kapani Lodge

Kapani is an exclusive camp on the banks of an ox-bow lagoon on the Luangwa River, close to the main Mfuwe area of the South Luangwa National Park. The name Kapani means "Place of Mopane trees".

Guests’ accommodation is in spacious secluded suites. A thatched building in the centre of the lodge houses the lounge and library. An open fire creates a cosy ambience in the cooler months. The bar and dining areas are set on a deck overlooking the Kapani Lagoon and adjacent grazing lawns. The elevated position affords guests excellent views of wildlife which comes wandering by. Guests can also relax in the secluded swimming pool.

Activities at Kapani are focused on the excellent wildlife viewing in the game-rich Mfuwe area. The guided game drives and walks offered are as good as you will find in any of Zambia's National Parks.

Mfuwe Lodge

Mfuwe Lodge is situated overlooking two lagoons in the game-rich Mfuwe area of Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park. Mfuwe Lodge’s relaxed charm and enviable surroundings make it the perfect safari stopover.

Accommodation is in secluded en-suite thatched chalets each with a veranda looking out over wallowing Hippo and thirsty game in the lagoons. The lodge’s buildings sit under a canopy of Ebony and Mahogany trees. An endless stream of wildlife in the lagoons will keep guests enthralled as they relax on the open deck or take a dip in the swimming pool. Giraffe, Buffalo, Antelope and Crocodile are constant visitors the lagoon, whilst in November the local Elephants regularly wander right through the lobby, lured by a nearby wild Mango tree.

Activities are focused on guided game drives day and night. Bird watching excursions, guided walking safaris and cultural visits to the local village are also available on request.

Sausage Tree Camp

Sausage Tree Camp is set in a stunning location on the banks of the Zambezi River in the heart of a prime game-viewing area in the Lower Zambezi National Park. The camp is set against a backdrop of the magnificent Zambezi escarpment, overlooking an expanse of narrow channels and low-set reed islands teeming with game.

Accommodation comprises Bedouin-style canvas tents furnished in luxurious fabrics and Zambian Teak. Each unit features a deck offering stunning Zambezi river views. Sausage Tree Camp is the epitome of bush chic offering an authentic bush camp experience with lavish attention to detail.

Safari activities on offer include day and night game drives, guided walks, canoeing, boat cruises, fishing, and bird watching. Elephant, Hippo and Buffalo are seen in camp daily, and guests also have a good chance of seeing Lion, Leopard, Wild Dogs, Hyena, Waterbuck, Zebra, Impala, Bushbuck and Kudu in the surrounding area during their stay.

Chongwe River Camp

On the banks of the Chongwe River lies the Chongwe River Camp, within the boundaries of the Lower Zambezi National Park. The park contains habitats ranging from Montane thickets on the slopes of the escarpment to Miombo woodlands, grassy floodplains and riparian forests. All of the major species in the lower Zambezi valley are regularly sighted: Elephant, Buffalo, Lion and Leopard. Birdlife in the area is also outstanding, making this a real hotspot for ornithologists.

Chongwe River Camp offers range of comfortable en-suite accommodation options to suit all preferences. Guests can be assured of a real home from home where they can unwind and be themselves. The camp fosters a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere where smiling faces are considered more important than getting dressed up for dinner.

Activities at the camp are tailored to make the most of the incredibly diverse wildlife nearby. Game viewing trips are offered by vehicle in the National Park, or from a boat on the Zambezi. Full-day picnic trips, canoeing, walking and fishing are also available, and for those interested in the rich cultural heritage of the area, community visits can be arranged.

Mvuu Lodge

Mvuu Lodge is situated on the lower Zambezi River in Zambia’s Chiawa Game Management Area, right opposite the Mana Pools in neighbouring Zimbabwe. Wild animals frequently roam casually through the camp providing you with a truly unforgettable experience.

Accommodation is in comfortable en-suite safari tented units which sit on raised wooden decks to overlook the river and blend discretely with the surrounding lush vegetation. A refreshing swim in the pool underneath the big shady trees is a perfect way to unwind. Guests can relax with a sundowner, great food and warm hospitality on the open-air dining deck, and can finish off the day sitting around a blazing bonfire in the boma while listening to the sounds of the African bush.

With an abundance of wildlife and over 400 bird species, activities available to guests at Mvuu Lodge include game-viewing by boat or by vehicle, sundowner cruises, walking, canoe safaris, bird watching, photography, fishing and star-gazing.

Kulala Wilderness Camp

Kulala Wilderness Camp is situated in the heart of the Namib Desert on the private Kulala Wilderness Reserve close to the Sossusvlei clay pan, flanked by the highest sand dunes in the world. The camp’s location in the reserve commands a panoramic view of the valley and mountains beyond, and the wildlife around Kulala Wilderness Camp is fascinating in its adaptation to the harsh conditions.

Accommodation at Kulala Wilderness Camp consists of comfortable en-suite units built on elevated platforms, with verandas to maximise the spectacular views. The main guest area comprises a lounge and bar under thatch, and guests can cool off at the sparkling pool. 

Activities at Kulala Wilderness Camp are focused on exploring the world-famous Sossusvlei. Excursions include guided walks and scenic nature drives, and for a truly unique experience, early-morning balloon flights over the magnificent dunes and desert are available at extra cost.

Sossusvlei Lodge

Situated adjacent to the oldest desert in the world, Sossusvlei Lodge is a luxurious retreat in a premier area in Namibia. Shaded by Camel-Thorn trees, the eco-friendly lodge blends in perfectly with the spectacular desert surrounds.

Accommodation is in spacious en-suite rooms, each with its own patio from were guests can enjoy magnificent views. A dip in the pool or an ice-cold beer under the shady trees in the Acacia beer garden make for perfect relaxation after a day’s activities. The open-air terrace offers magnificent views of the floodlit waterhole where you can watch the passing parade of Oryx, Springbok, Jackal, Ground Squirrel and Hyena.

Activities include guided Sossusvlei trips, hot air ballooning, eco-friendly quad biking, nature drives, sundowner trips, bush dinners, guided sunset walks, archery, stargazing and scenic flights.

Wolwedans Dune Camp

Wolwedans Dune Camp occupies a pristine setting on the edge of a 250-metre high dune in Sossusvlei. The charm of the camp lies in its tranquil, intimate atmosphere, capturing the romance of a bygone era.

Accommodation is in comfortable and spacious en-suite canvas units, each boasting a generous deck allowing for safe sleep-outs under the stars. The main tent houses a lounge, dining area and an open-plan kitchen where you can chat to the chef while he prepares lavish meals. Guests can also gather around the campfire on the sundowner deck to enjoy a cold drink and share stories of the day in true African tradition. 

Activities include game-viewing and day safaris.

Wolwedans Dune Lodge

The Wolwedans Dune Lodge is perched on top of a dune plateau in the Sossusvlei, in a location that opens up panoramic vistas in all directions, caputuring the beauty of the desert in a most memorable way.

The lodge reflects the ambience of a tented camp, but provides the comfort and protection of a permanent building. Accommodation is in spacious en-suite chalets each with a private veranda connecting guests to vast stretches of untouched sand. The main guest areas consist of two lounges, a number of sundowner decks, a fireplace, a tea deck, a library, the wine cellar and two dining rooms. The lodge also has a swimming pool, and all communal areas of the lodge open out onto decks with superb views.

Activities include game-viewing and day safaris.

Mowani Mountain Camp

Mowani Mountain Camp is situated in a beautiful desert setting near the historical site of Twyfelfontein in Damaraland. Twyfelfontein is one of the most reknowned rock engraving sites in Southern Africa, and nearby the camp guests can visit rare examples of Bushmen engravings and paintings occurring together.

Accommodation at Mowani Mountain Camp is in luxury en-suite tented units, each beautifully decorated in East African style, with a wooden deck offering an open view of the wonderful Damara landscape. Guests can relax on the pool deck whilst enjoying a refreshing drink and admiring breathtaking views. From the moment guests arrive at Mowani they will be spoiled with the services and attention of the staff who will go out of their way to make every stay as enjoyable as humanly possible. 

Adventures and activities available at Mowani include guided nature drives in search of the elusive desert Elephant and hiking through magnificent scenery.

Serra Cafema

Hidden within the enormous Hartmann Valley, overlooking the bubbling rapids of the Kunene River and yet surrounded by the lunar-like infinity of the Namib Desert, Serra Cafema is one of the most remote and surreal destinations in all of Africa. A visit here is a journey into the latent elements of the soul, a pathway of discovery and re-discovery – a winding track of rejuvenation at every turn.

Serra Cafema is an intimate, peaceful camp with a unique mix of rustic and luxury elements, nestled amongst the shady Albida trees on the banks of the Kunene. Accommodation consists of riverside "meru" style en-suite villas on spacious, elevated decks. The Serra Cafema Ozonganda, or main area, comprises indoor and outdoor dining areas, sunken lounge, library, and swimming pool, all sharing views of the Kunene River. 

Activities at Serra Cafema revolve around the exploration of surrounding Namib Desert sands and the lush oases along the river. Nature drives and guided quad bike excursions through the fragile dunes allow guests to experience the true Namib in its unbridled glory. Boating trips on the Kunene River, mountain walks, and visits to the Himba settlement can also be arranged.

Okahirongo River Camp

The Okahirongo River Camp is situated at the heart of the Kaokoland Mountains in the spectacular Marienfluss Valley. Overlooking the Otupambua Rapids, the camp is perfectly positioned to take advantage of stupendous views of the surrounding landscape, which is dotted with elegant Palm trees. Okahirongo River Camp is the ideal fly-in destination for tourists and travellers seeking an ultimate and exclusive hideaway in the spectacular and most northern area of Kaokoveld.

Accommodation at Okahirongo River Camp is in luxury en-suite safari units, each with a huge viewing deck overlooking the river. The main complex is positioned at the top of the rapids and has two lounges, a library, curio shop and a dining room with fabulous views of the river. Guests can also enjoy the centrally-located swimming, or unwind on the spacious sun-deck.

One of the highlights of a stay at Okahirongo River Camp is a visit to a Himba tribal village. Other activities include guided game drives into the mountains and red dunes of Marienfluss, boat cruises down the Kunene river, guided walks, and scenic flights to the nearby Epupa Falls.

Okahirongo Elephant Lodge

Okahirongo Elephant Lodge is situated on the banks of the Hoarusib River in the Puros Conservancy, 55km from the coast and around 200km south of the Kunene River. One of Namibia's most remote destinations, the lodge can be reached by a 4x4 vehicle or on a flight from Windhoek and is an ideal place to connect with the vast spaces of Namibia. Springbok, Gemsbok and Ostrich can all be viewed nearby, whilst Namibian desert-adapted Elephants traverse the dry riverbed on their way to fresh water springs.

En-suite accommodation is luxurious and decorated with a rich and sensuous fusion of ochre, honey and sand colours. Locally carved furnishing adds to the romance and excitement of the pervading African ambience. The lodge has a spectacular wraparound view, and guests can spend time lazing around the pool, reading a book in the cool comfort of the library, relaxing in one of the two open air lounges, or having a body massage. Most of the fresh produce served in the lodge comes from the lodge's organic garden and fresh bread and muffins are baked every day.

Activities include morning, afternoon and night game and nature drives, and sunrise and sunset drives. There are also bird watching and hiking trails in and around the Hoarusib Valley and surrounding mountains. Highlights of Okahirongo Elephant Lodge include tracking the rare desert-adapted Elephants or visiting a nearby Himba village.


Onguma is situated on the eastern side of Etosha, bordering Fisher's Pan, in the Onguma Game Reserve which boasts more than 20,000 hectares of protected land and wildlife. Kudu, Giraffe, Eland, Oryx, Hartebeest, Zebra and Impala roam freely, and predators such as Lion, Cheetah and Leopard are all common residents of the area.

The lodge features a range of comfortable en-suite accommodation to suit all travellers. Guest areas are spacious and provide a great place to relax. The lodge is surrounded by various waterholes ensuring fantastic photographic opportunities and the thrill of seeing some of the largest mammals in the world.

Activities include game drives on Onguma Game Reserve, and nature drives into Etosha National Park where guests have the opportunity to view game and scenery in the largest national park in Namibia.

Ongava Lodge

Ongava Lodge is situated along the southern boundary of Etosha National Park in the privately-owned Ongava Game Reserve. Cleverly constructed on a small hill, the lodge occupies a beautiful vantage point overlooking a waterhole and the plains beyond. The Ongava Game Reserve features all the characteristic wildlife of the area, including both desert-adapted Black and White Rhinos, and Lions. 

Accommodation at Ongava Lodge consists of attractive en-suite chalets built out of brick, rock and thatch. The main lounge, bar and dining areas all offer impressive views of the waterhole and surrounding plains. From the elevated position guests can enjoy watching the host of thirsty wildlife which congregates to drink around the waterhole.

Activities at Ongava Lodge revolve around day and night wildlife-viewing drives, visiting hides that overlook waterholes and walks with experienced guides. A hide at the camp waterhole provides superb photographic opportunities.

Victoria Falls Hotel

The Victoria Falls Hotel, affectionately known as "The Grand Old Lady of the Falls", is situated in the World Heritage Site of the Victoria Falls National Park. The Edwardian-style hotel was built in 1904 and is set in lush tropical gardens with Lily ponds, Palm trees and semi-tropical shrubs. The hotel promises tranquillity, seclusion, old charm, and modern conveniences, all within earshot of the world famous falls.

The hotel offers a range of stylish and refined accommodation to suit every traveller, from standard rooms right up to the Royal Suite. The hotel’s corridors reflect and tell the history of this unique part of Africa, and the stories continue throughout the opulent Livingstone Room for fine dining, the Jungle Junction with its famous breakfast and dinner buffets, and Stanley’s Terrace, with its clear view of the Victoria Falls Bridge. Guests can also relax at the swimming pool, tennis courts, library, reading rooms and chapel.

Popular guest activities include professionally guided game viewing in vehicles or on foot, and sunset cruises on the mighty Zambezi River.

Ilala Lodge

Ilala Lodge Hotel is ideally situated on the Zimbabwean side of Victoria Falls, and is the closest hotel to the Falls and the town centre.

Ilala Lodge accommodates guests in distinguished and elegant surroundings, with all the modern conveniences. The décor evokes an era of early adventure and the quest for discovery in Africa. Guests can relax in the swimming pool, bar, or restaurant. The National Park borders the front of the property and wild animals often graze on the hotel lawns, with the spray of the falls in the background.

There is a wealth of activities available to guests, from adventure sports to guided walks, game drives and Zambezi cruises.

Kingdom Hotel

The family-friendly Kingdom Hotel is situated within the Victoria Falls National Park, a World Heritage Site, and close to the game-rich Zambezi National Park.

The hotel offers a range of accommodation in rooms and suites to suit any taste and budget. As well as a food court, casino and spa, the hotel features three swimming pools and four intriguingly-named bars: Quatermains, The Rapid Pool, The Wild Thing, and The Pit. The hotel’s architecture references Victoria Falls while great domes, pillars and bridges reflect the influences of the ancient Kingdom of Munhumutapa.

Activities that can be arranged for guests include bungee jumping from the famous Victoria Falls Bridge, aerial flights over the Falls, white-water rafting, and sundowner cruises on the Zambezi River.

Stanley Safari Lodge

Stanley Safari Lodge is situated just three kilometers from Victoria Falls, on a hill bordering the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park and overlooking unspoilt bush. The position affords fantastic views of the Zambezi river, with the spray of the Falls visible in the distance.

Accommodation is provided in individually designed cottages and suites. The main guest areas feature a dining room, library, lounge, viewing deck, garden, and infinity pool. The open-sided Main House makes the most of the views and captures a truly African feel in a tranquil and intimate setting.

The range of activities in the Livingstone and Victoria Falls area is diverse. Guests can see the Falls from across the gorge or from Livingstone Island, or on a senic flight by helicopter or microlight. Water-based activities include sunset cruises, river safaris, canoe trips, and white-water rafting.


Tongabezi Lodge is situated in a secluded location on the banks of the Zambezi River just upstream of Victoria Falls.

Guests are accommodated in beautifully styled houses and cottages, each with a private terrace overlooking the river. The underlying philosophy behind the design and level of service at Tongabezi is that that nothing is considered too much for their guests.

Activities on offer include boat trips to Livingstone Island (from where David Livingstone caught his first glimpse of the mighty Falls). There are also opportunities to visit local community projects: Tongabezi maintains close links with the local community, allowing guests to gain understanding of the positive impact of their visit to this part of Africa.

Zambezi Sun

The Zambezi Sun hotel is situated on the edge of the eastern cataract of the Victoria Falls in the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Wildlife Park.

The resort features warm and earthy architecture, inspired by an African village. The simple finishes are highlighted in bright mosaics and fabrics, as well as intoxicating Zambian artworks and accessories. The hotel is designed with guests' comfort and convenience in mind.

Game-viewing activities offered include game drives, a Rhino safari, horse-back safari, and excursions to the nearby Chobe National Park. Guests can also choose to take part in one of the many adventure activities available at Victoria Falls including bungy jumping, white water rafting, quad biking, helicopter and microlight flights and abseiling.

Royal Livingstone Hotel

The luxurious Royal Livingstone Hotel is situated on the Zambian side of the Victoria Falls. The hotel stretches along the banks of the Zambezi River, and is just a short walk from the entrance to the Victoria Falls.

Accommodation at the Royal Livingstone Hotel is in elegant en-suite rooms with private verandahs. The hotel's colonial-style buildings feature a lounge, verandah, and a sun deck which is built directly over the Zambezi, affording fantastic views of the Falls. After a day's activities guests can also relax in the Livingstone Bar.

As with all the accommodation in Victoria Falls, there is a huge range of activities available to guests, from game viewing to river cruises to adventure sports.

Imbabala Lodge

The Imbabala main lodge is a charming thatched structure, consisting of a lounge, dining room and bar area. This offers fantastic views of both the river and a nearby waterhole, which attracts game throughout the year. A swimming pool and al fresco eating area nestle under ancient trees. There are no fences to prevent animal movement, so expect to see game and wonderful birdlife along the river bank as well as in and around the Lodge.

Imbabala Zambezi Safari Lodge offers exclusive accommodation for only 20 guests in nine individual stone and thatch lodges with en-suite facilities. Each lodge is beautifully positioned with spacious verandas opening onto sweeping views of the Zambezi River. Imbabala has one family lodge, (Sleeps 4), four double and three twin-bedded lodges. All doubles can be converted to twins on request and vice versa.


Olakira Camp is a migratory camp specifically designed to follow the annual Great Migration of Wildebeest and Zebra in the Serengeti National Park. Each year the camp moves from the Mara River in the northern Serengeti to the rich grasslands of Ndutu further south.

Olakira – meaning "star" in Swahili - is an intimate safari camp with accommodation in spacious and comfortable en-suite tented units with private verandas offering stunning views over the Serengeti. The camp captures the essence of classic mobile tented safaris of old. Whilst in camp, guests can enjoy story-telling, board games, star gazing or relaxing with a book amidst the sounds of the bush.

Activities at Olakira Camp are focused on game drives and wildlife viewing. Whether the camp is on the Mara River or the Southern Plains of Ndutu, the aim is to get guests as close to the thick of the action as possible. Game drives can be either half day or full day with a picnic bush lunch enjoyed overlooking the Serengeti plains. Camp management can also arrange private meals in the surrounding bush.

Sayari Camp

Located in the remote northern Serengeti, Sayari Camp overlooks vast Serengeti plains, home to staggering wildlife, great numbers of Big Cats, Giraffe, Elephant and Buck and an increasing population of Rhino. During the migration season, millions of Zebra and Wildebeest arrive to share the fertile land with the permanent inhabitants. Sayari is Swahili for "universe", referencing the vast Serengeti plains and endless skies where the camp is situated.

Guest accommodation is in luxury en-suite tented units which blend perfectly into the majestic Serengeti landscape. After a day’s activities, guests can enjoy the infinity pool or choose to relax in the privacy of their veranda, the warmth of the fire place, or the comfort of the library, bar or lounge.

Activities in this remote area are focused on undisturbed wildlife viewing. Guided game drives and walks, spectacular Mara River crossings, and off-road driving are all available.

Dunia Camp

Dunia Camp is nestled between prime wildlife areas of central and southern Serengeti amongst the surreal rock formations of the Moru Kopjes. The Great Migration passes through this area and the secluded setting provides a tranquil retreat in the most scenic part of the Serengeti.

The camp is a small, semi-permanent camp offering accommodation in spacious en-suite tented units, each with a private veranda overlooking the kopjes. In camp guests can enjoy board games, swapping stories around the fire, or simply relaxing with a good book.

Dunia Camp is in the perfect location to enjoy the best of the Serengeti’s game viewing on a year round basis, and activities offered include half-day or full-day game drives incorporating many different aspects of the Serengeti – from the rolling plains of the southern grasslands to the rocky outcroppings in the Big Cat territories amidst the Moru Kopjes. Dunia’s close proximity to the Seronera River allows for a memorable balloon safari experience.

Klein's Camp

Klein’s Camp is situated in a wilderness concession just below the crest of the Kuka Hills in the Serengeti National Park. The location offers unbroken views over a gorgeous game-filled valley linking the Serengeti and the Masai Mara. This private and remote camp offers guests the spirit of wild Africa in a region that plays host to one of the greatest wildlife migrations on earth.

Guest accommodation is in stylish en-suite thatched stone cottages. The swimming pool overlooks smoky views of distant hills, while the stone interiors of the guest areas open up to breathtaking panoramas, with open fireplaces carefully positioned to keep the chill away.

Activities include twice-daily 4x4 game drives to explore the endless plains of the Serengeti. Interpretive bush walks are also available, and Klein’s Camp is also the only lodge in the Serengeti to offer night drives, which allow guests to experience the nocturnal world of the mighty hunters and predators. Additional optional activities include private guided safaris, on-site massages, or a visit to an authentic Masai boma.

Kusini Camp

Kusini Camp is the only permanent tented camp in the southern Serengeti. Situated in a remote and unspoilt area, the camp’s position on a raised rocky outcrop (kopje) surrounded by woodland provides extraordinary views of the plains below. The area is one of the great places in the world to see large predators, and Lion, Cheetah and Leopard often lie in the kopjes nearby camp. Between January and March the Great Migration returns to the area around Kusini and Wildebeest and Zebra cover the plains as they give birth to their young.

Accommodation is in en-suite tented units which are shaded from the sun by Acacia trees, and all positioned carefully with thought to views of the surrounding plains. The private wooden veranda with comfortable furniture is the ideal spot to relax. The communal tent has a library, sitting room, dining room and veranda. Sundowners are served on the giant boulders of the kopje overlooking the endless plains for which the Serengeti is so famed.

Activities on offer include guided 4x4 game drives, bush breakfasts, lunches, and dinners, "cosmic safari" star-gazing excursions, and the chance to participate in the Serengeti Cheetah Watch program. Guests can also optionally enjoy a seasonal hot-air balloon safari for a once-in-a-lifetime chance to float over the Wildebeest migration and marvel at the incredible views.