Onguma The Fort

A blend of African and Moroccan architecture, The Fort, with its thick stone walls, carved wooden doors and tranquil pools, is a striking sight amid the apparent emptiness of Namibia’s Onguma Nature Reserve. The arid landscape, dotted with camel thorn trees, shelters a surprising wildlife population however, including prairie animals,

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The Cliff

The Cliff Lake Nakuru, Kenya , terrace

In the heart of the Great Rift Valley, Lake Nakuru is a shimmering soda lake that is a feeding ground for hundreds of bird species and whose wooded shores are home to four of Africa’s Big Five. Perched on a rock face 100 metres above the

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Qorokwe Camp

Opened in late 2017, Qorokwe Camp is situated in the south-eastern Okavango Delta, where a diversity of habitats support an abundance of bird and animal life. The camp, although unapologetically contemporary in style, retains an authentic bush feel. Arranged around a beautiful lagoon frequented by hippos, the dining area, lounge, library

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Okahirongo Elephant Lodge

Okahirongo Elephant Lodge Kaokoland, Namibia, deck

Kaokoland, in the remote northwestern reaches of Namibia, is home to an exceptional lodge that shares this untouched wilderness with desert adapted elephant, lion, giraffe and black rhino. Designed in harmony with the region’s landscapes and traditions, and built using fallen trees and locally-sourced natural materials, the Elephant Lodge perches

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Sabi Sabi

For almost four decades Sabi Sabi has protected and respected the wilderness in its care, creating a wildlife oasis in the heart of the African Bushveld that has become one of the world’s premier safari destinations. Within this untamed setting, Sabi Sabi has created four 5-star lodges in the design

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Mowani Mountain Camp

Mowani Mountain Camp Twyfelfontein, Namibia, arrival

Visiting Mowani Mountain Lodge in the southern Damaraland is about the situation and landscape as much as the wildlife. Perched high on a rocky outcrop, the 15 grass-roofed rooms and suites are tucked in amongst giant ochre boulders, seamlessly blending into their environment and offering endless views across the arid plains to the mountains

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