Little Kulala – Sossusvlei

Little Kulala is a desert heaven. It is the closest camp to the national park and Sossusvlei dunes including “Big Daddy”. It also has a private gate which is ideal for photographers and those that love to avoid the crowds. There are varied activities in Kulala Wilderness Reserve from quad biking to hot air ballooning and scenic nature drives in search of desert wildlife.

Sossusvlei Desert Lodge

Sossusvlei Desert Lodge is the ultimate in luxury in this harsh and beautiful desert. The lodge is perfect for simply being in the desert and for the more active, there are opportunities to hike, game-drive, hot-air balloon, quad-bike and star-gaze.

Chiawa – Zambia

Chiawa Camp blends in effortlessly with its idyllic surroundings, and provides a retreat which guests are invited to make their home away from home. Guests receive the friendliest of welcomes, the biggest of smiles and leave as friends to return time and again, to experience the very best in Africa.

On the banks of the Zambezi River, under a grove of evergreen Mahogany trees, Chiawa Camp holds the prime position in the heart of Zambia’s Lower Zambezi National Park.

A stunning thatched lounge/bar area with upstairs viewing deck provides one of the best views of the Zambezi River, and a fantastic setting to watch the sun set over another day in Africa. After enjoying Chiawa’s renowned cuisine on the al-fresco dining veranda, one can relax by the open camp fire with a cocktail in-hand, reminiscing upon the day’s adventures before retiring for the night. Each of the tents are a sanctuary of luxury and tranquillity.

Also available for guests’ enjoyment and relaxation are two perfectly positioned game viewing hides and a gorgeous swimming pool with timber sun deck overlooking the Zambezi.

For the more active, a small but well equipped, secluded Exercise Area with a splendid view of the Zambezi is available for guests who might wish to work off some calories or keep up their fitness levels.

The tents all have timber floors and verandas with excellent views and are accessible by paths running behind them, to maximise privacy.

All share ample comforts, conveniences and unexpected luxuries, complemented by high quality, eco-friendly amenities. These include:

• Free WiFi
• 24/7 lighting and charging facilities (220v UK plugs)
• 24/7 hot & cold running water
• Super-King size beds
• Egyptian cotton linen
• His & Hers washbasins
• Indoor and outdoor showers
• Ball & Claw Baths

Tents VII, VIII & IX all overlook the dry riverbed with quartering views of the Zambezi River whereas Tents I – VI face the Zambezi directly.

Old Mondoro – Zambia

Star gazing in the ‘splash tubs’ or from the lounge after a full day safaring in the Lower Zambezi; sundowners on the Zambezi River or canoeing down the ‘waterbuck island’ channel are signature experiences at Chaiwa Camp. Old Mondoro is acclaimed for its incredible walking safaris – giving you a chance to see, touch and smell the ‘real’ Africa.

Chongwe River Camp – Zambia

Chongwe River Camp…

Sausage Tree Camp – Zambia

Sausage Tree Camp …

Zungulila Bushcamp – Zambia

Chamilandu Bushcamp – Zambia


Mfuwe Lodge – Zambia


Sanctuary Puku Ridge – South Luangwa

Sanctuary Puku Ridge is set back from the seasonal Luangwa River offering expansive views. The semi-tented camp is small, ideal for personalised service and the chance to journey through the bush at your leisure. Resident Puku antelope are easily seen as well as hippo, elephant and other big game.

Busanga Bush Camp

Busanga Bush Camp is a small 4-roomed bush camp in the heart of Kafue. The plains teem with lechwe and puku and the famous resident tree-climbing lions are usually to be found. A hot-air balloon ride is the pinnacle of the safari in this remote African park.

Shumba Camp

The intimate Shumba Camp is set in the middle of the productive Busanga Plains in Kafue. From here there is easy access to game-rich floodplains and water-based activities in season. Night drives and hot-air ballooning add to the allure of an exciting safari here in Kafue.


Tongabezi Lodge is a funky lodge on the banks of the Zambezi about half and hour from Victoria Falls. It has a variety of unique cottages and houses to cater for different groups. It has a romantic and relaxed atmosphere and a wide range of activities are available both at camp and in Livingstone town.

Toka Leya

The luxurious Toka Leya Camp is in an enviable location on the banks of the Zambezi River, just 20 minutes upstream from the Victoria Falls. It falls within the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park and enjoys regular visits from resident hippo, elephant and white rhino. Fishing, birding and sundowner cruises on the lodge boats is great!

The Royal Livingstone

This upmarket hotel is the prime site from which to enjoy the mighty Victoria Falls. The Royal Livingstone has expansive and safe gardens offering great views of the Zambezi River and easy walking or golf cart access to the falls. It has a range of accommodation and dining options and is situated close to the main activity hubs as well.

The River Club

The River Club is a modern take on a historic farmhouse overlooking the Zambezi River. Owner Peter Jones ensures that the immense history of Livingstone Town and Zambia is preserved and shared. The spacious and leafy lodge grounds are a pleasure as are the large river-facing rooms. There are lots of fun activities too.


Phinda – Safari Wedding

&Beyond Phinda Private Game Reserve can host the finest safari wedding imagineable. There is the action and excitement of the safari for all the guests, before the ceremony and reception happen in beautiful locations.


Thornybush – Safari Wedding

The team at Thornybush Game Lodge has good experience in managed larger and sometimes lavish safari weddings. The elegant and spacious lodge caters well for the wedding party and the other camps on the Thornybush Game Reserve can accommodate guests too if needed. With great game on the doorstep this is a fun way to celebrate!


Ngala Safari Lodge

Ngala Safari Lodge has hosted numerous very successful weddings over the years with which we have been involved. For the right sized wedding party, this is an ideal bush escape with wonderful bush venue options as well as the courtyard which comes to life and light in the evenings for the big event.

Singita Pamushana

The Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve is 124,000 acres adjacent to Gonarezhou National Park. The initimate and luxurious Singita Pamushana Lodge is the place to stay. Perched on a cliff with expansive views over the Zimbabwe lowveld bush, it sets a base for a slow safari which will unearth anything from endangered Black Rhino to Wild Dogs or San rock art in the rocky hillsides.


Kitich Camp – Mathews Range

Kitich Camp is a small authentic bush camp tucked away in the indigenous forests of the fabled Mathews Range. The uncomplicated camp is the perfect base for exploring the area on foot and unwinding from the rigours of normal safari.


Elsa’s Kopje – Meru

The iconic Elsa’s Kopje in remote and untrammeled Meru National Park, carries great history and yet is modern and luxurious. Safaris are focused on the wide open spaces, bush walks and searching for the resident big game like lion, cheetah, elephant and Lesser Kudu. This lodge is one of the classics!


The luxurious Sasaab is located on a Samburu community conservancy west of the Samburu National Reserve. Exploring by vehicle, on foot or by camel you can encounter the special arid-zone ‘Samburu Special Five’ (Beisa Oryx, Reticulated Giraffe, Grevy’s Zebra, Gerenuk and Somali Ostrich) as well as traditional big game.

Matemwe Retreat

Matemwe Retreat consists of just four private villas, each with expansive views east to the turquoise Indian Ocean. The villas serve either as a self-contained base to unwind in privacy or to set out an explore Zanzibar and its many treasures. Scuba diving and other water-based activities are the highlight here.

Kilindi Zanzibar

The 15-unit Kilindi Zanzibar is on a private estate in the north-west of the island. It is a place to unwind in the airy island rooms or enjoy the range of water-based activities on offer.

Mnemba Island

Mnemba Island is the ultimate in East African island luxury. With it’s gentle rhythm and laid back style it is the perfect way to end a long safari. There is good scuba diving and snorkelling to be had and the opportunity to glimpse the very rare small antelope, the Ader’s Duiker. You will not want to leave!

Sanctuary Swala

Sanctuary Swala is a luxury eco-friendly camp set in a tall Acacia grove in the west of Tarangire National Park. The camp waterhole is an attraction for game and the woodland birds are easy to see. Exciting game drives are definitely part of the Swala experience.

Oliver’s Camp

Oliver’s Camp is THE quintessential safari camp in Tarangire National Park and indeed much of Tanzania. The spacious open rooms soak in the views over a floodplain which is a haven for game especially in the dry season. Walking safaris, fly-camping and night drives are the specialities here in the land of elephants.

Chem Chem Lodge

The spacious luxury tented suites of Chem Chem Lodge set the tone for a relaxing yet interactive safari experience. The Chem Chem area is wedged between the famed Lake Manyara and Tarangire National Parks which can be visited with ease from this camp as well.

Lake Manyara Tree Lodge

Lake Manyara Tree Lodge is hidden in a forest pocket in the far southern reaches of the park. Gaudy birds, noisy bushbabies and elephants are part of camp life. Whilst on safari itself the impressive rift valley walls, vast flamingo-pink lake and diverse wildlife make this is very special place to visit.