Kid-Friendly Safari Lodges
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by Vanessa Ratcliffe
1M ago
With more families travelling together, there is an increase in exclusive-use villas and family suites with a flexible schedule. Child-friendly lodges that welcome little ones offer age-appropriate programmes and activities in nature aimed at keeping the kids entertained and enthralled. Experienced lodge staff take care of children while parents are out on game drive, and there are baby sitting services while parents are enjoying sundowners and dinner under the Africa stars! Even though more destinations are catering to families, most safari lodges and camps are not suitable for very small chi ..read more
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Safari Honeymoon Specials
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by Vanessa Ratcliffe
1M ago
Here’s a list of safari lodges on our radar that have year-round honeymoon special offers. The offer is a discount off the cost of accommodation for one spouse. Proof of marriage is required. The offer is generally valid between 6 and 12 months from the date of marriage and is applicable all year round. Other honeymoon treats like champagne, spa treatments, private dinners are often part of the honeymoon package. Accommodation for one partner  Please contact us for the finer details of each honeymoon offer A safari honeymoon is an unforgettable experience that combines romance and excit ..read more
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Lodges in Botswana with Air-Con
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by Vanessa Ratcliffe
1M ago
Botswana is a hot destination… and we don’t mean amazing wildlife, pristine ecosystems and fascinating cultures, but actual heat! For some, the thought of being hot on safari can be off‐putting, so it’s good to know that there are safari lodges and camps with air‐conditioning! The appeal of a Botswana safari is being the only people in an intimate camp in a remote wild corner of paradise. But in these wilderness areas where electricity is produced either by solar power or a generator, air‐conditioning is not common. Most of these solar systems cannot generate sufficient power for air-condition ..read more
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Great value safari camps in Botswana
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by Vanessa Ratcliffe
2M ago
Most of the safari camps in Botswana are quite expensive due to their remote (and therefore exclusive) locations and the luxury levels of their suites and amenities. However, there’s a handful of camps that we recommend for those looking to stay in camps that have less frills but still offer a solid Botswana safari experience.   Here’s a list of Botswana safari camps that offer great value for money KADIZORA CAMP – Kadizora is in the northernOkavango Delta in a 120 000 hectare concession neighbouring the renowned Duba Plains and Vumbura concessions and so there is always lot of animal ac ..read more
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Victoria Falls Activities
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by Vanessa Ratcliffe
2M ago
Victoria Falls is the Adventure Capital of Africa! Seeing the Falls (from either Zambia or Zimbabwe) offers more than just breathtaking views and the natural surroundings of the amazing UNESCO World Heritage site – it’s also a fun playground for adventure-loving travellers young and old. Here’s a list of activities on offer at Victoria Falls – Guided Tour of Victoria Falls – A TOUR OF VICTORIA FALLS – An opportunity to enjoy the sheer power and beauty of the Falls up close.  Your guide will share fascinating insights while you take photos from the lookout points. In high water season you ..read more
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Permanent Water Camps of the Okavango
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by Vanessa Ratcliffe
2M ago
The Okavango Delta’s unique ecosystem is as a result of ebb and flow of water that flows down from the Angola highlands and gradually floods the delta. During the annual flood season many of the camps located in the Delta pan handle have access to water. But during the dry season, it is only the permanent water camps in the northern reaches of the Delta that can offer water-based safari activities. Pics of the Okavango tend to depict scenes with guests in traditional dugout mokoros being poled along the waterways But it is important to know that NOT all camps have permanent water Here’s a lis ..read more
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Ideas for an exclusive-use safari
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by Vanessa Ratcliffe
2M ago
Exclusive-use properties are ideal for multi-generational families, friend groups and those travellers seeking exclusivity and privacy when going on safari. There’s so much choice! From elegant bush villas and sprawling  homesteads to intimate luxury tented camps in remote locations in Southern and East Africa’s premier wildlife reserves. – Little Saseka – LITTLE SASEKA – located in the Thornybush Game Reserve, part of the Greater Kruger. It is an exclusive-use camp that also caters for children. There is a spacious living and dining area with an expansive private deck and pool overlooki ..read more
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Tented Camps in the Kruger
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by Vanessa Ratcliffe
2M ago
Sleeping in a luxury tent or semi-tented structure out in the African wilderness is a thrilling experience you’ll never forget. Some are very luxurious with air-con and beautiful bathrooms with indoor and outdoor showers and a deck with a private plunge pool. And some are more basic… Either way, there’s nothing nicer than falling asleep to the sounds of the African bush. For families, tented accommodation is memory-making adventure!   For honeymooners, luxury camping Africa is so romantic… Here’s a list of TENTED CAMPS in the GREATER KRUGER – Saseka Tented Camp & Little Saseka – Sas ..read more
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Activities when in Cape Town
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by Vanessa Ratcliffe
2M ago
Cape Town is a playground for visitors. With famous Table Mountain as the backdrop and a beautiful coastline, there are so many activities to choose from. You’ll be hosted by warm Capetonians who’ll proudly share their culture and stories and ensure you have incredible memory-making experiences. Here’s a list of some of the activities and fun things to do when in Cape Town HELICOPTER FLIGHTS – See Cape Town and the Peninsula from the air. Land at a wine farm for a tasting and lunch. SUNSET CRUISES – celebrate another beautiful day in Africa! SHARK CAGE DIVING – Boat trips for close up vie ..read more
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Recommended restaurants – Cape Town & Winelands
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by Vanessa Ratcliffe
3M ago
Visitors and locals alike are very spoilt when it comes to eating out in Cape Town and the surrounding Winelands.  Besides a wide variety of beautiful locations and access to fresh produce, some of the best chefs on the continent choose to live in the Mother City. You’re in for a lovely surprise when it come to the paying the bill! Your $$$ go further than you think… For the price of a burger and a mediocre glass of wine in New York, you’ll be able to order the most expensive item on the menu accompanied by the finest award-winning South African wine. Here’s a list of fabulous eateri ..read more
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