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Our Favourite African Eco-Lodges

 
Environmentally friendly places to stay

In fragile ecosystems, it is of paramount importance that we tread lightly, minimising our environmental impact. At Africa Exclusive, we actively promote properties which have strong eco-credentials, encouraging our guests to think carefully about water and power usage, waste disposal, and sustainability of materials and produce.

Saruni

A collection of four properties in Kenya, Saruni offers superb wildlife experiences in unbelievably remote and beautiful wildernesses. When you stay with them, you’ll feel as if you have the area to yourself and largely, you do. They were a founding partner of the Mara North Conservancy and are a member of the Northern Rangeland’s Trust, both of which are community led conservancies that are paving the way for local prosperity fuelled by tourism in Kenya.

Singita

One of Africa’s most widespread eco-conscious safari operators, Singita covers regions in Tanzania, Zimbabwe, South Africa and Rwanda. Their collective goal is to promote the protection of land and wildlife for future generations through conservation today. Their portfolio of luxury lodges are built to the highest sustainability standards, with a low ecological footprint, while they also actively manage the land to protect the diversity of both flora and fauna. On an exquisite safari with Singita you are contributing to a lasting difference in the local area.

Chobe Game Lodge

In Botswana, Chobe Game Lodge is a prime example of an eco lodge done right. It’s a stunning looking property, with every imaginable luxury, but it’s been carefully designed to be environmentally friendly. When you take a game drive in the morning, for example, it will be in an electric vehicle. The whole lodge runs on solar power, and the team has won a World Travel Market award for cutting its carbon footprint.
Guest watching lions just beyond walkway at Musekese Camp in Kafue National Park

Wildlife on your doorstep in a remote national park

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Musekese Camp

Musekese Camp in Zambia’s Kafue National Park is a much smaller, simpler property. There’s solar power and bucket showers, and all the baking is done in a traditional oven buried in the ground. Musekese’s owners are running experimental conservation projects in the park, including demonstrating to other camp managers the value of proper land management.

Desert Rhino Camp

If you’re interested in learning about Namibia’s rhino conservation efforts, we recommend a stay at Desert Rhino Camp, a partner of Save the Rhino Namibia. Located on the Palmwag Concession, it is home to one of the largest populations of desert-adapted black rhino. Palmwag is part of a public-private-community partnership, with funds from the camp’s safaris supporting local communities and ongoing environmental conservation. By visiting Desert Rhino Camp you can learn about the development of ecotourism in the area and actively support rhinoceros conservation.

Babylonstoren

Last but not least, we’re inspired by Babylonstoren, a 17th century Cape Dutch farmhouse in South Africa. In the garden they grow all their fruit and vegetables, plus produce delicious honey. Everything is local, seasonal, organic, and delicious.
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