Lion Sands Narina Lodge

The Silo

Lion Sands Ivory Lodge

Lion Sands Tinga Lodge

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.

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!


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.

Ngala Tented Camp

Ngala Tented Camp is an intimate safari camp in prime position on the banks of the Timbavati River. Consistently superb service compliments the productive game-viewing along  nearly 15km of this seasonal river. With its innovative partnership with the World Wildlife Fund, this camp deserves to be on everyone’s list.

Madikwe Safari Lodge

Madikwe Safari Lodge is made up of 3 small camps adjacent to eachother on a rocky hillside. Wide open views of the Madikwe wilderness compliment the hospitality and great game-viewing that is a feature of this fascinating reserve.

The Hide

The Hide is an award-winning tented safari camp placed on the edge of a seasonal floodplain. The big attraction is the underground photographic hide at the waterhole as well as the privacy of the concession. A night out at the Dove’s Nest should be a highlight too!

Little Makalolo

Little Makalolo is a light footprint tented camp in the heart of a large private concession in Hwange. The game viewing here is excellent particularly in the dry season when herds and predators come to the ‘Little Mak’ waterhole and cheetah are often found on the surrounding plains.


The modern luxurious Linkwasha Camp is on a private concession in south-east Hwange. It overlooks a busy waterhole which is particularly good in the dry season and is not far from the productive Ngamo Plains which are a great attraction in the green season with many animals giving birth there.

Somalisa Camp

Somalisa Camp is set on the edge of a seasonal floodplain on a wooded island which provides welcome shade in this wild part of Hwange. The camp waterhole is a major attraction to elephants especially in the dry season.

Elephant Camp West

The Elephant Camp West is set a few minutes back from the bustle of Victoria Falls town on a tranquil hill overlooking one of the lower Zambezi gorges. It has good privacy and is perfect for starting or ending a safari.

&Beyond Matetsi

The reopening of the finest safari lodge on the Zambezi is being met with great excitement. Matetsi River Lodge, perched on the banks of the Zambezi River, has a long history of delivering top hospitality and quality game.

Victoria Falls Hotel

For a piece of history, nothing beats a stay at the iconic Victoria Falls Hotel. A stay here is a fine way to unwind before or after a big safari in a grand, yet relaxed place within eyeshot and walking of the mighty Zambezi River and Victoria Falls.

Lewa House

The Lewa Conservancy is home to one of the two largest Black Rhino populations in East Africa. The intimate Lewa House is one of the places to stay to immerse yourself in the wildlife of this historic conservancy near Mt Kenya.

Loisaba Starbeds

Loisaba Starbeds is clearly very different to other safari camps. The unique ability to wheel your bed under the African night sky and hear the sounds of the bush is reason enough to visit  the Loisaba wilderness.

Segera Retreat

Segera is a blissful private retreat in the famed Laikipia district at the foot of snow-capped Mt Kenya. It’s focus on design, art and food compliments the possibilities of seeing herds of elephant, the unusual Patas Monkey and possibly some of Laikipia’s African Wild Dogs.

Tortilis Camp – Amboseli

Tortilis Camp looks up to Africa’s highest mountain, Kilimanjaro. It has access to a private conservancy and safaris here are prized for the incredible elephant encounters in such a dramatic landscape.

Ol Donyo Lodge – Chyulu Hills

This off-the-beaten-track safari area adjacent to Chyulu Hills National Park is home to the stunning Ol Donyo Lodge. With distant views of Mt. Kilimanjaro, Ol Donyo provides an intimate space to experience this home of the Masai where wildlife still roams.

Sayari Camp

Sayari Camp is perfectly located in the Northern Serengeti to deliver superb wildlife safaris. The nearby Mara River, seasonal wildebeest migration and good resident game make this camp a must on a Tanzanian itinerary.

&Beyond Ngorongoro Crater Lodge

The iconic Ngorongoro Crater is one of the great wildlife sanctuaries in the world. No safari to Tanzania is complete without a day searching for Black Rhino, Lion, Cheetah and more. With its breath-taking views over this ancient volcanic landscape, Crater Lodge is still the most sought-after place to stay in this region.

Singita Serengeti

Singita Grumeti Reserves is a prime private tract of Serengeti savanna in the west of the ecosystem. A collection of luxury camps provides access to a wildlife-rich 350,000 acres, home to big cats and the great wildebeest migration.

Singita Castleton

The classic Singita Castleton camp is perfect for family groups where privacy in a vibrant bush setting is the recipe for many days of safari adventure.

Phinda Rock Lodge

Kings Pool

Kings Pool lies in the game-rich Linyanti and is a favourite haunt for seasoned safari-goers in Botswana.

DumaTau Camp


Xigera is the ultimate Okavango water experience and combines well with other land-based camps. The elusive Sitatunga antelope is definitely the prize here.