A more colonial, turn of the century farm house, Tilney Manor is ideal for the more mature guest. Peace and tranquility is felt in every corner as you step into the manor’s beautifully décored rooms, spacious in size and design.
Winners of the Green Leaf Award by the Wilderness Foundation in 2009, Gondwana Family Lodge is one of the top rated child-friendly safari destination in the Western Cape and it is only a 3-4 hour drive from Cape Town.
Set in the serenity of Sanbona Reserve, Dwyke Tented Camp provides guests with a romantic and luxurious safari getaway experience, absolutely ideal for honeymooners.
Hoyo Hoyo is a traditionally styled safari lodge where it’s six beautifully thatched suites and appreciation for including the cultural features of the Shangaan people creates the ultimate safari experience.
This little oasis set in the majestic Samburu Game Reserve in Kenya, provides an intimate and exclusive tented, camp-style safari accommodation
This charming game lodge has gone all out to ensure that guests have plenty of space to relax and soak up the experience of being in such an amazing place on earth.
Kambaku Safari Lodge is a stunning private game lodge with only eight exclusive chalets. It is very family friendly and comes with unparalleled access to game, and at a reasonable price
Karen Blixen Camp suites reminds of boudoir tents with a modern twist. They are spacious, cozy, and being built on mahogany platforms, becomes the embodiment of luxury.
Motswari Game Lodge, nestled in the heart of the world-famous Timbavati Private Game Reserve, is a safari destination that focuses on relaxation, sustainable tourism and natural living.
Arathusa Safari Lodge offers guests very good value for money, great safari and comfortable rooms making it one of our most recommended lodges for our safari guests interested in the Sabi Sand.
Elevated suites, some of which extend out onto elevated decks nestled in the treetops, make Londolozi Tree Camp a stunning and unique African game viewing experience.
Chobe Under Canvas offers visitors a taste of the colonial Africa of old, tempered with the modern luxury we have come to expect from five star safari experiences.
Raised wooden decks and platforms overlook the cliff side and riverbed. Eagles Crag Lodge is exclusive and private, so the numerous prestigious awards it received should come as no surprise.
The flagship lodge of the private reserve, expect to find every luxury imaginable, as well as unrivalled access to the finest game viewing in Southern Africa.
Impodimo Game Lodge offers exceptional hospitality, traditional thatched suites with a modern, luxurious feel and excellent access to game viewing. Impodimo isn’t just a game lodge where you go to relax and see animals.
Located in one of the richer areas of the Serengeti – Surrounded by watering holes and crossing points for the Great Migration.
Serengeti Bushtops provides a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and the opportunity to view game in a setting like none other on earth.
Royal Chundu Lodge is an oasis of quiet relaxation and unsullied beauty on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River. Just downstream you have the awe-inspiring Victoria Falls ready to take your breath away and romance you.
Singita Pamushana Lodge has been designed to blend in with its surroundings; leaving guests feeling that they are one with the landscape and panoramic views of the wildlife that comes to drink at Malilangwe dam.
5-star suites, exquisite pan-African cuisine and some of the world’s most knowledgeable game guides make Singita Boulders Lodge one of the premier safari destinations in Southern Africa.
With views of the savannah and the Nwatsitswonto river, each private suite features a private Jacuzzi, large windows, and expansive wooden decks for game viewing.
Namibia offers you one of its most beautiful landscapes at the Sossusvlei Desert Lodge, with solitude that will reinvigorate your soul
Experience the great migration where more than two million wildebeest, zebra and other herbivores move through this area from August to October.
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African Safari Lodges
Safari Guide Africa features the best luxury safari lodges and tailor made vacation packages to meet your needs and pricing. These lodges below are only a small selection of the properties we work with. Enquire today and receive personalized service in putting together a vacation package that suits your needs.
How we Rate our Safari Lodges:
We have visited each and every one of the safari lodges we list on Safari Guide Africa, and many of these lodges can be turned into complete safari packages and trips. In these review we try and pass along our options and tell of our experiences at each of these spectacular lodges. We also try to keep a standard structure for the reviews to allow users to compare and contrast the atmosphere each of them treats its guests too. Each of our safari lodge reviews has highlights, a map of where they are located, the address, videos and a plenty of photographs of what you can expect to see on a visit. The sections of the written review can be found below in more detail.
Accommodation gives you a guide to the suites you can expect from this lodge. Most lodges have varying types of accommodation, and from this section you can better understand which rooms or suites suit your visit and budget best.
Surroundings focus on the land, rivers and nature in the national parks that neighbor this safari lodge. We have added this section so you can get a good understanding of what you can expect from the game drives so you can make the most of your trip.
Facilities are important for some travelers. Many safari lodges will have either a spa, swimming pool or other comforts and luxuries that can make your days and evenings more enjoyable or relaxing.
Activities can be arranged by many of the lodges; these can included arranging private safari drives, dinners for two in the African bush or horseback safaris. With every safari lodge will come a different selection of activities to keep you busy should you wish.
Since getting to a lodge, which usually has no physical address, directions or access to the lodge is important. If safari lodges have airstrips or transfers from local airports this is where we will post about them.
I hope you enjoy reading our reviews of our lodges. We have enjoyed staying at each of them, and each has something unique and special to offer to any visitor. If you have any questions, we are always ready to answer them for you if you get in touch with us either via email or by using the “Enquire Now” buttons found around our Safari Guide Africa.