Discover the ultimate guide to luxury lodges in the private game reserves of the Kruger National Park, offering exclusive experiences in remote areas. As the founder of Jewel of Africa Safaris, a boutique safari tour operator with over two decades of experience, I personally recommend these lodges for a stylish and unforgettable safari.
Imagine embarking on the adventure of a lifetime, surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. As the thundering Zambezi River cascades into the chasm below, you find yourself immersed in an oasis of luxury and tranquility.
Described as remote, off-the-beaten-path, otherworldly, isolated, secluded and see-it-to-believe-it, Namibia truly lives up to its reputation. Home to unique game-viewing experiences with rare desert-adapted species, the country's Etosha National Park is considered by many safari enthusiasts as one of Africa's greatest wildlife reserves - an unforgettable journey to a mysterious corner of the continent.
A luxury safari in Botswana promises a unique getaway with exceptional hospitality, unparalleled service, and the opportunity to experience five-star accommodation amidst its wild watery wilderness teeming with extravagant wildlife and birds. With all these elements, it's no wonder Botswana has become one of the premier destinations for a luxury African safari. Overview What defines a Luxury Botswana Safari? What does a Luxury Botswana Safari Lodge offer high-end clients? The Safari Region of Botswana Our 15 Best Luxury Botswana Safari Lodges What defines a Luxury Botswana Safari? What makes a luxury Botswana safari so special?
As a South African, I am fortunate to say that I have often taken the African bush for granted. Without too much effort, opportunities have come my way. A wedding invitation at a game lodge, a family trip to the Kruger Park, a weekend in the Pilanesberg – all on my doorstep. And while I will never get over the thrill of happening upon a herd of grazing elephants or a pride of lions feasting on their latest kill, I didn't realize how much more the African wild