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Glamping in Africa
Africa has been touched by cultures from around the world, yet each region remains unique unto itself and extraordinary among other destinations. The continent contains a multitude of ecological gems and wildlife that can’t be found anywhere else in the world. Imagine glamping under the stars near the natural habitat of chimpanzees in Tanzania, the thundering wildebeest herds of Kenya or the pristine beaches of South Africa—not to mention visiting the enchanting Egypt or mystical Morocco.
Hanglip Mountain Lodge
limpopo, south africa
Discover the exclusive Hanglip Mountain Lodge with its 10 luxury, en-suite thatched rooms on the lower escarpment of the malaria-free Entabeni Safari Conservancy, surrounded by wetlands and plains. This secluded lodge is refreshingly alluring with its unique blend of luxury and true African wilde...View Details
Chole Mjini was never meant to be a hotel, and it isn't. It is a castaway fantasy, a jungle island retreat appealing to a specific kind of person—one who appreciates a return to simple luxuries that reawaken the senses, rather than the predictable comforts of room service and air conditioning.View Details
zanzibar south, tanzania
The hotel is situated on a remote and beautiful beach on the southwestern side of Pemba Island and is only accessible by boat. There are 18 rooms, consisting of canvas tents set under makuti (thatch) roofs on wooden decks, all with views over the sea. Fundu is the epitome of a "barefoot paradise."View Details
Rusinga Island Lodge
nyanza province, kenya
The property is an award-winning lodge nestled on Rusinga Island in Lake Victoria, the world's second largest freshwater lake. From the minute visitors arrive, Rusinga Island Lodge infuses their senses with the infinite beauty and captivating culture that surrounds the property.View Details
Dugong Beach Lodge
inhambane province, mozambique
Dugong Beach Lodge is on the East African Seaboard, on the coast of Mozambique, within the boundaries of the Vilanculos Coastal Wildlife Sanctuary. Located on 30,000 hectares of pristine marine and wildlife territory, the lodge provides a unique beach and wilderness experience in a hidden corner ...View Details
Greystoke Mahale sits on a pristine, white sandy beach overlooking the turquoise water of Lake Tanganyika, with the forested slopes of the 8,000-foot Mahale Mountains rising behind. It's no exaggeration to say there's nowhere in the world like Greystoke Mahale.View Details
Tembo Kijani EcoLodge
Nestled in dense coastal vegetation on an untouched stretch of white beach lies this little owner-run ecolodge. It is a piece of paradise that invites you to explore nature and wildlife of the Swahili Coast in Tanzania without leaving any carbon footprint. The lodge is entirely run on solar and w...View Details
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