Africa is a land of contrast and intrigue. It is a melting pot of eclectic cultures and people, of awe-inspiring beauty and majestic landscapes, where wild animals roam freely in their natural habitat.
Explore the fascinating continent of Africa and all her riches on a luxury safari to one of our many lodges situated in one of the many exotic and remote locations across sub-Saharan Africa.
Our South African safari lodges set the standards by which all others are judged.
Reconnect with family and friends in one of these luxurious safari lodges catered to small groups. Ideal for families or small groups of up to eight people and offers the perfect safari experience for people wanting privacy with friends and family. Share the experience of the South African bush in one of these luxurious and private, exclusive use safari lodges. The personal touches and the warmth of a dedicated team of staff, including a private ranger, tracker, butler and chef are all characteristic of South Africa’s hospitality.
Sabi Sands Reserve is a private game reserve in the Mpumalanga province of South Africa. It is named after the Sabie and Sand Rivers that flow through the park. It covers an area of 60,000-65,000 ha. Situated near to the Kruger Gate, the park shares a common 50 km unfenced boundary with the Kruger National Park to the east. Sabi Sand is the birthplace of sustainable wildlife tourism in southern Africa, and is the oldest of all the private reserves in South Africa. It has only ever been a wilderness area and is home to a vast wildlife population, which includes The Big Five, besides a number of endangered species. Flanking the Kruger National Park, animals pass unhindered between the reserves.
Reconnect with family and friends in one of these luxurious safari lodges catered to small groups. Ideal for families or small groups of up to eight people and offers the perfect safari experience for people wanting privacy with friends and family. Share the experience of the South African bush in one of these luxurious and private, exclusive use safari lodges. The personal touches and the warmth of a dedicated team of staff, including a private ranger, tracker, butler and chef are all characteristic of South Africa’s hospitality
Madikwe Game Reserve lies 90 km north of Zeerust on what used to be farm land, but owing to the poor soil type, farming was not that successful. After extensive research, the South African Government found that this land would best be utilized as a national park, to economically uplift this otherwise rather poor area. It has recently opened itself up to private farms outside the main reserve. Private users need to abide by parks board rules, animals can roam over any land, but there are restrictions as to where private vehicles can drive. There are 30 lodges on the property, and six lodges in the private farms outside the main reserve. Madikwe has started Community Lodges, which the local villages own and run. All profits are then used to uplift the communities
Kalahari is South Africa’s largest private game reserve, covering an area of over 100,000 hectares. Owned by the Oppenheimer family, Tswalu takes conservation as its absolute priority; their vision is simply ‘to restore the Kalahari to itself’. No more than thirty guests at a time can discover the beauty of this landscape, its diverse wildlife, and the serenity of what may well be South Africa’s last great wilderness.
Lying on the southeastern South African coast, Eastern Cape is a region of great natural beauty, particularly the rugged cliffs, rough seas and dense green bush of the stretch known as the Wild Coast. The Eastern Cape's main feature is its spectacular coastline, lapped by the temperate Indian Ocean. With long stretches of unspoilt sandy beaches, rocky coves, secluded lagoons and towering cliffs, the coast is the province's main tourist attraction.
Thornybush Game Reserve, is a private game reserve, near Hoedspruit, in the Limpopo province of South Africa. It borders the Kapama Game Reserve and is located close to the Timbavati Game Reserve and the Kruger Park. The Reserve's surface area is approximately 11.000 Ha of mainly open savanna. Thornybush Game Reserve features 147 mammals including the Big Five, 114 reptiles, 507 birds, 49 fish, 34 amphibians and 336 trees species. As with many private reserves in South Africa, Thornybush is managed as an eco-tourism destination.
The Kruger National Park in South Africa is an internationally renowned destination that offers the world's greatest safari experience. It is unmatched in terms if the diversity and quantity of African wildlife and the beautiful vastness of its landscapes.
Known as the Kingdom in the Sky because of its lofty altitude — it has the highest lowest point of any country in the world (1400m) and is the only country to be entirely above 1000 meters! Lesotho is totally surrounded by South Africa and is a fantastic adventure holiday destination.
Limpopo is the northernmost province of South Africa. It is named after the Limpopo River that flows across the province; the name "Limpopo" has its etymological origin from the Sepedi word diphororo tša meetse - meaning strong gushing waterfalls.