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TARANGIRE TREETOPS

Kanyiwiri, Tanzania

Embrace your inner kid with this treehouse retreat in the grand baobab and marula tree branches, on the border of Tarangire National Park. Here, the curious can tour the Maasitribe’s village or witness the famous herds of elephants trudging through.



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LOISABA TENTED CAMP

Kenya

“Camp out” Kenya-style, basking in luxurious comforts and nature’s glory atop the Loisaba Conservancy. Soak in the beauty in the picturesque infinity pool or on the viewing deck, or adventure out by way of guided horseback rides, camel trekking, game rides, or bush walks.

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ANANTARA ROYAL LIVINGSTONE

Livingstone, Zambia

Made for explorers, this resort offers easy access to Victoria Falls, massage experiences alongside the Zambezi River, and indigenous wildlife roaming the grounds. Here, you’ll enjoy the natural music of the waterfall with a glass of local wine, a water taxi on the river at sunset, or a complete wellness journey.







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KARIEGA SETTLERS DRIFT

Eastern Cape, South Africa

Bask in this untouched Kariega wilderness remote hideaway; rejuvenate in a sensual spa or try a wild game ride in the grasslands. Paddle along the Bushman’s River or cruise along the Kariega; you can’t go wrong where rugged beauty meets luxury.

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KARIEGA HOMESTEAD

Eastern Cape, South Africa

Known as the “Sunshine Coast,” The Eastern Cape offers safari adventure; from game drives to bush walks to river fishing. You can relax too; enjoy a lazy canoe excursion or relaxation at the fireplace or poolside.



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ELSA'S KOPJE

Nairobi, Kenya

Explore Meru National Park and all its diverse wildlife – from a thriving rhino sanctuary to elephant herds, lions, hippos, and exotic birds. This elegant and secluded hotel, named for a beloved lioness, is situated in the heart of the park.

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CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA CRUISE

Africa Cruises

160 years after its discovery by Portugal's Bartholomew Diaz in 1488, the Cape of Good Hope was still a part of primeval Africa. Sailors on passing ships impatient to reach the East or return home to Europe would leave messages under inscribed "post office" stones for other ships to carry forward. In 1580, Sir Francis Drake sailed around the Cape. The ruggedness and breathtaking beauty of the peninsula caused him to write, "This Cape is a most stately thing, and the fairest Cape in the whole circumference of the earth." The Dutch East India Company, yielding to repeated petitions and recommendations from their ships' officers, decided to establish a post at Table Bay in 1652. A stronghold was established and subsequently was replaced by the existing Castle of Good Hope - Cape Town's first building.

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KARIEGA UKHOZI

Eastern Cape, South Africa

Whether you’re a history buff, nature lover, or sunbathing vacationer, you’ll relish this treasure on the Sunshine Coast. Explore the colony of Grahamstown, wander Kenton-on-Sea’s rock pools and sand dunes, or watch the stunning humpback whales and other sea mammals breach.



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KARIEGA MAIN LODGE

Eastern Cape, South Africa

Get acquainted with your adventurous side (and bring the kiddos), this family-friendly lodge on Kariega Game Reserve boasts safari, game drives, and river cruises. The stilted cabins provide unmatched views, and some include plunge pools... so get your feet wet!

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SERENGETI MIGRATION CAMP

Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

Come during the Lobo migration period (July –November) to witness their incredible herd movement from the mobile camp. You can also enjoy walking safaris, poolside relaxation, and the peace of absolute seclusion.