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Discover Africa's Wildest Places

 
We can't help but revel in the art of getting lost. The spectacular feeling of discovering Africa's most remote places in exclusive comfort. Below we've included a collection of some of our favourite wild places. If you too are dreaming of your next escape, why not get in touch and let us know where you'd like to go — we'll take care of the details.
Woman on deck, elephant, Chief's Camp, Botswana.
Woman on deck, elephant, Chief's Camp, Botswana.
 
Botswana – a land where sun bleached deserts meet glittering, labyrinthine deltas. Long associated with the world’s most exclusive safaris, almost the entire country has become a wildlife haven in the heart of southern Africa. For several decades, it has delivered some of Africa’s most luxuriously authentic and private safaris, which are continuing to evolve as camps add new experiences.
 
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couple hiking with private guide in sossusvlei from little kulala lodge
couple hiking with private guide in sossusvlei from little kulala lodge
 
Namibia’s is a landscape made for walking. Yes, there are great expanses of desert, but even that is never empty, never dull. The world’s highest sand dunes give way to salt pans, and then to dry mountain vistas. Along the western shore, the blue of the Atlantic Ocean meet the fine golden coloured sand of the Skeleton Coast.

On foot you are able to appreciate even the subtlest changes in nature’s colour scheme, in the undulation of the terrain, and to feel the breezes on your face. It’s also one of the best ways to appreciate the plants and wildlife; without the noise of an engine, you can often get remarkably close.
 
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Night sky in Africa
Night sky in Africa
 
Don’t worry, we’re not going to suggest you plan your holiday based on your star sign, or that you visit a far off planet! Astro-tourism is travel with a star gazing theme, and it’ll take you to some of the last great wildernesses in Africa.
 
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Boating past huge herd of elephant at sunset in Malawi
Boating past huge herd of elephant at sunset in Malawi
 
Conjure up in your mind the wide, open plains of East Africa, the herds of wildebeest on the move, a family of elephants ambling through the mud at the edge of a water hole, and a vast bird circling on the thermals so high in the sky that it appears to be but a pin prick.

Where are you? Kenya? Tanzania? How about Malawi? If you want to venture far beyond the crowds and see astounding wildlife in a true, unblemished wilderness, then a safari in under-the-radar Malawi might just be what you're looking for.
 
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Safari guide setting up sundowners in Laikipia
Safari guide setting up sundowners in Laikipia
 
What factors go into creating an eco-friendly safari? One of the most vital is the protection and development of habitats — including national parks and private reserves.

Private concessions are often more environmentally sustainable than the larger national parks because they typically focus on low volume, low impact tourism, with fewer properties and vehicles polluting the ecosystem.
 
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Arrival by boat to Baines' Camp in Botswana's Okavango Delta
Arrival by boat to Baines' Camp in Botswana's Okavango Delta
 
Africa is unique, and Africa Exclusive means just that. There is no ceiling to the degree of exclusivity, no constraint upon what is possible.

Fly by private plane straight into Africa’s finest lodges, booked exclusively for you. Everything; the cuisine, the safaris, the entertainment devoted to making this your ultimate holiday, by any standards.
 
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The Masai Mara takes its name from the Maasai tribe, whose tall, elegant physique and traditional bright red attire has captured the heart and attention of photographers from National Geographic to the BBC.

Their ancestral savannah lands straddle the Kenyan-Tanzanian border. It’s an incredibly rich ecosystem of rain-fed grasslands, rivers, and trees, where millions of animals come to graze.
 
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Nothing quite says luxury travel like an infinity pool: it’s a striking pinnacle of architectural design, but is also indicative of an extraordinary location. After all, what would be the point of having a pool like this unless the views were worthwhile staring at?
 
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Hammock at sunset, Azura Quilalea, Mozambique.
Hammock at sunset, Azura Quilalea, Mozambique.
 
We asked our travel design team for their personal recommendations of Africa’s most remote, adventurous, and idyllic islands and beaches.
 
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Leopard in tree golden hour light Linyanti
Leopard in tree golden hour light Linyanti
 
A safari is a unique holiday. It takes you somewhere that you have no right to be — into the domain of lion, elephant and leopard. You can be sitting in an open vehicle, astride a horse, or in a small boat just a few paces from one of these magnificent creatures, in the company of expert guides. Keep reading to discover more about Africa’s most extraordinary wildlife.
 
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