Welcome To Tanzania
Tanzania is arguably one of Africa’s best-kept secrets. Tanzania’s national parks and conservation areas cover an area in excess of 200 000 square kilometres/76 200 square miles. On a Tanzania safari one can gaze in awe as millions of herbivores cross the Serengeti in their annual migration, marvel at the Ngorongoro Crater, the world’s largest unbroken caldera and explore the remote Selous Game Reserve.
Grumeti River Camp is situated in a remote valley in the western corridor of the Serengeti National Park, just 50 kilometres (31 miles) east of Lake Victoria – Africa’s largest lake. Flanked by two hillsides, this flamboyant River Camp overlooks a bywater of the Grumeti River and offers a comfortable haven from which to experience the truly wild pulse of Africa
Klein’s Camp is situated deep in the heart of the game-rich northern Serengeti in Tanzania – right off the beaten tourist track. Its 10 000-hectare (24 800-acre) private wildlife concession – leased from our Maasai landlords – is allotted for the exclusive use of the camp’s 20 guests, offering you the ultimate personal Tanzania safari. Klein's Camp is set on the edge of the Kuka Hills, commanding breathtaking views of the valley
Lake Manyara Tree Lodge is set in the heart of a mahogany forest, and is the only lodge in the diverse Lake Manyara National Park in northern Tanzania. It is the newest addition to &Beyond’s portfolio of luxury safari lodges on the northern Tanzanian safari circuit. From soaring groundwater forests and a tranquil lake, to the mountain escarpment of the Great Rift Valley, Lake Manyara National Park boasts an incredible wealth of habitats and diverse African wildlife.
Mnemba Island Lodge is situated on an exclusive island just 4.5 kilometres (2.8 miles) off the north-eastern tip of Zanzibar in the azure Indian Ocean. Surrounded by an atoll of breathtaking coral reefs, it boasts some of Africa’s most wonderful dive sites. Mnemba is renowned as one of the most romantic ocean destinations in the world, offering a privacy and rustic exclusivity unparalleled on the African coastline
Ngorongoro Crater Lodge is perched on the edge of the world-famous Ngorongoro Crater at the eastern edge of the Serengeti in northern Tanzania. It lies within the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, which covers more than 8 000 square kilometres (3 100 square miles) of pristine African wilderness. Inspired in design by the Maasai mud-and-stick manyatta (homestead), Ngorongoro Crater Lodge is without doubt one of the most architecturally spectacular safari lodges in Africa.
A safari on the privately owned Singita Grumeti Reserves in Tanzania is a truly the most exclusive and unique experience in East Africa. The reserve borders the western edge of the Serengeti National Park and affords some of the most spectacular vistas from the three most decadent lodges in Tanzania. There are three lodges to be found along the Singita Grumeti Reserves concession that spans over 35000 acres of untouched wilderness. The tree lodges, namely Saskwa Lodge, Sabora Tented Camp and Faru Faru Lodge are all very unique in terms of design and location.
Under Canvas camps boast the same style, comfort and sheer elegance that guests have come to expect as the &Beyond norm. This is Serengeti in style - a chance to partake in a classic Tanzanian safari as it would have been experienced in the 1920's. Roaming wilderness camps will follow in the footsteps of the animals, featuring bedouin style tents with full ensuite facilities, outdoor bucket showers and separate w.c.'s.
Welcome To Kenya
Revered by many anthropologists as the 'cradle of humanity', Kenya is wild and a little dangerous. If you're adventurous - and sensible - it promises the globe's most magnificent wildlife parks, unsullied beaches, thriving coral reefs, memorable mountainscapes and ancient Swahili cities.
The regional hub for trade and finance, equatorial Kenya has five neighbors and three major water bodies - the Indian Ocean, Lake Victoria and Lake Turkana. Kenya's cultural mosaic is Africa in miniature, with almost every main African tongue spoken and over forty distinct ethnic groups. Kenya is one Africa’s most diverse travel destinations: Watch a lion-kill in the true African wilderness, drift over coral reefs in a glass-bottomed boat off tropical Mombasa, take off on an elegant balloon safari over the Masai Mara, visit the nomadic, ochre-clad Maasai, gaze at the breathtaking views of snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro or watch pink flamingos rise over the Rift Valley soda lakes all in one day.
Nestled in a lush riverine forest, the tented suites epitomise classic elegance with polished wooden floors and en suite bathrooms with glass-walled showers, twin hand-basins and a separate flush w.c. Each tent has a private deck overlooking the vast game-filled plains of the Masai Mara, and a personal butler will ensure your every need is catered for.