Safari By Destination

Each destination offers its own unique charm and wildlife experiences, making it an exciting task to choose the perfect lodge accommodation for your safari getaway. Let’s delve into the highlights of each destination to help you make an informed decision.

Countries
A spectacular natural wonder, Chobe National Park is bordered by the well-known Okavango Delta and is situated in northern Botswana. Large herds of elephants and Cape buffalo are among the incredible variety of animals that can be found in this protected region, which is more than 10,000 square kilometers in size. The Chobe Riverfront, which...
Occupying nearly a thousand square kilometres in central KwaZulu-Natal, Hluhluwe–iMfolozi Park proudly carries its status as the oldest proclaimed nature reserve in Africa. A safari in the Hluhluwe game reserve will expose visitors to a great biodiversity as the north, Hluhluwe, and the south, Umfolozi, are vastly different. In Hluhluwe, South Africa the altitude ranges...
Hwange National Park is the scene of an impressive wildlife spectacle in northwest Zimbabwe. The largest nature reserve in the country, it occupies around 14 600 square kilometers between Bulawayo and Victoria Falls. The vast expanse of Hwange is close to the edge of the Kalahari desert and consists of a variety of landscapes, including...
Bordered by Chobe National Park in Botswana and Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe, Kazuma Forest Reserve is home to a diverse range of wildlife. This spectacular 4 000 square metre wilderness area teems with species like lion, leopard, wildebeest, the rare sable, giraffe and buffalo. It is also part of an ancient migratory route between...
The wilderness area around the Khwai River, Botswana makes this destination a true African safari gem. It extends from the mighty Okavango River all the way to the north of the country where it forms the boundary of the Moremi Game Reserve. With Chobe National Park at the other end, this nearly 200 000 hectare...
Kuleni Game Park is a true African Hideaway nestled in lush bush in KwaZulu-Natal. This exquisite hideaway is not completely isolated and is only 17 kilometres from the town of Hluhluwe. Originally an old cattle farm, Kuleni Game Park is now the ultimate bush getaway destination in South Africa. After being farmed for many years,...
Lake Kariba is the world’s largest man-made lake and reservoir by volume. It lies approximately 1 300 kilometers upstream from the Indian Ocean, along the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. The lake was filled following the completion of the Kariba Dam wall at its northeastern end, flooding the Kariba Gorge on the Zambezi River. The...
Nestled in Zambia, the captivating town of Livingstone was established in 1905 by the famed explorer David Livingstone. This charming destination is a treasure trove of wonders, offering a delightful blend of history, culture, natural marvels, and archaeology. Just a short 10km away lies the breathtaking Victoria Falls, a must-see spectacle. Immerse yourself in Livingstone’s...
Located in northern Zimbabwe, on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River, Mana Pools National Park is wild and provides a true ‘out of Africa’ experience. The remote location of the park and the protection it enjoys as one of the Zimbabwe UNESCO World Heritage Sites means that it is largely untouched by human development....
One of Zimbabwe’s smaller reserves, Matobo National Park is located close to Bulawayo and forms the core of the famed Matopos. The spectacular landscape of the area consists of an abundance of small hills, massive granite outcrops and boulders that balance on top of each other, all formed more than 2 billion years ago. Meaning...
Matopos, also known as Matopo Hills, is an area located in Matobo National Park, South East Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, characterized by a striking assemblage of granite hills. Over the course of thousands of years, these unique hills were shaped by the relentless forces of river erosion, resulting in their distinctive appearance. Within this beautiful landscape, one...
Matusadona National Park, nestled along the picturesque shores of Lake Kariba, is a breathtaking natural gem that boasts a diverse range of flora and fauna. Named after the majestic Matusadona Hills that encircle its pristine waters, this remarkable national park spans across 1,470 square kilometers, encompassing a variety of landscapes including woodlands and savannas. One...

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As you decide on your safari destination, consider the type of experience you're seeking. Think about the landscapes that resonate with you and the wildlife species you're most excited to see. Each destination has its own charm, and the lodge accommodations ensure you're not just experiencing Africa's wildlife but also its hospitality and comfort.

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe is a land of dramatic landscapes, with the iconic Victoria Falls being one of its most renowned attractions. When it comes to safaris, Hwange National Park steals the spotlight, boasting a plethora of wildlife including elephants, lions, and various antelope species. Staying in lodges nestled within or near this national park offers an unparalleled opportunity to witness these majestic creatures in their natural habitat.

Botswana

Botswana’s Okavango Delta is a UNESCO World Heritage site, renowned for its lush and ever-changing wetlands. Exploring the delta by traditional mokoro (canoe) provides a unique perspective to witness water-loving species such as hippos and crocodiles. Chobe National Park is famous for its large elephant herds, which you can observe while cruising down the Chobe River. Luxurious lodges in these areas offer comfort and serenity while keeping you close to nature’s wonders.

Zambia

The Zambezi River, ranked as the fourth longest river in Africa, traverses six countries from its source in Zambia to its confluence with the Indian Ocean in Mozambique. This remarkable river serves both animals and humans alike. Zambia is an adventurer’s paradise with its vast wilderness and untamed landscapes. The Lower Zambezi National Park offers thrilling canoe safaris along the Zambezi River, and a different view of Victoria Falls.

South Africa

South Africa offers a diverse range of safari experiences, from the famous Kruger National Park to the private reserves of Sabi Sands. Occupying nearly a thousand square kilometres in central KwaZulu-Natal, Hluhluwe–iMfolozi Park proudly carries its status as the oldest proclaimed nature reserve in Africa. A safari in the Hluhluwe game reserve will expose visitors to a great biodiversity as the north, Hluhluwe, and the south, Umfolozi, are vastly different.