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Safari from a different perspective

 
Slow down, stay longer

If the past two years have taught us anything, it’s to stop, slow down and see the beauty in nature.

Slowing down and staying longer is the new way of travelling and there are huge benefits to this approach. People, wildlife and the environment directly benefit from you staying a little longer; but in equal measures, so do you.
Whether it’s going on that extra walking safari and learning about the delicate biodiversity of the region, spending the time to connect with local communities or just recharging as you sink into the armchair on your deck with the wildlife as your backdrop; there are many positive takeaways to slowing down your safari.

Taking the time to immerse yourself in the destination also brings more enriching community and conservation experiences, which has a positive impact on local families and wildlife. Not to mention eco benefits; by opting out of a jeep or light aircraft transfer you will decrease your carbon footprint.
Safari guests watching elephant from the pool at Sarara Camp.

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Safari guests horse riding with Samburu guides at Sarara Camp.

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Cheetah near Sarara Camp.

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Safari guest bedroom tent at Sarara Camp in Kenya.

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Learn from the local Samburu culture in Kenya

Nestled within the Matthews Range is the Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy, where elephant, kudu and African wild dog roam, and leopard slip through the long grasses.

This remote, dramatic spot is the setting for Sarara Camp, a place of understated luxury inspired by the natural landscape. You’re made to feel completely at home here and the camp takes genuine pride in sharing the Samburu traditions with you.

Activities vary from game drives and mountain hiking to fascinating cultural encounters. Gaze in awe as the Samburu draw their cattle to water with song at the Singing Wells. Or, visit the Il Konono blacksmiths to observe traditional, handcrafted spears, knives, and bracelets being made.

Recommended minimum stay: 5 nights

Take me there
Baobab treehouse at night at Xigera Safari Lodge.

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Safari guests on a game drive from Xigera Safari Camp.

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Leopard in a tree.

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Safari guests in a mokoro with safari guide from Xigera Safari Lodge.

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Exterior of Xigera Safari Lodge in the Moremi Game Reserve in Botswana.

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A sumptuous treehouse in Botswana

Newly reopened Xigera Camp is exquisite; dive into the serene swimming pool overlooking the Okavango Delta, visit the rejuvenating spa or gather around the boma for stargazing and storytelling. It’s incredibly easy to slow down here.

Explore serene lagoons by glass-bottom mokoro or take a leisurely afternoon game drive in search of large herds of elephant, buffalo and the elusive leopard.

Improve your photography skills on a dedicated photography safari, or spend an unforgettable night in the sculptural Baobab treehouse.

Recommended minimum stay: 4 nights

Let's go
Safari guests from Chem Chem on a game drive stop near elephants.

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Large flock of flamingos on Lake Manyara in Tanzania.

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Safari guests from Chem Chem meeting with Masai in village.

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Safari guest tent and view at Che Chem in Tanzania.

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Safari guests on a horseback safari arriving for sundowners.

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Explore diverse eco-systems from one camp in Tanzania

A collection of three intimate lodges, Chem Chem is an eco-sanctuary, which opens up a vast wilderness of big tuskers and proud Maasai to its guests.

Nestled between Lake Manyara and Tarangire, as well as a plethora of activities on the reserve itself, you can dip into two incredibly diverse wildlife habitats.

For tree climbing lions and the pink-washed skies full of thousands of flamingos, head to Lake Manyara. Or head into Tarangire, famed for its great elephant herds.

Recommended Stay: 5 nights

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Leobo Lodge exterior and view.

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Safari guest family playing in the stream near Leobo.

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Giraffe at Leobo in South Africa.

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Safari guests quad biking and in helicopter at Leobo.

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Sil sweet lodge at Leobo in South Africa.

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A private playground in South Africa

You’re made to feel like friends of the owners at Leobo.

Exclusively for the use of families and groups, this secluded lodge set in 20,000 acres, plays to the tune of its guests. Enjoy a leisurely breakfast before heading out for the chance to witness giraffe canter across the open plains.

Explore the endless wilds by quad bike, horseback or foot. Practice your shot at clay pigeon shooting. camp out or take to the sky by helicopter and see the wildlife from a different perspective.

Recommended stay: 6 nights

Start the adventure
Lion pair in Ol Pejeta, Kenya.

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Lion in a tree, Sanctuary Retreats.

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New for 2022 - Help protect lions in Kenya

Opening in summer 2022, boutique style meets the open plains of the Ol Pejeta Conservancy at Sanctuary Tambarare. Game viewing within the conservancy is incredible. Horse ride alongside white rhino; discover nocturnal species on a night drive or explore the Ewaso Nyiro River.

Be a part of protecting the conservancy's lion population and join a ranger tracking these mighty cats for the Ol Pejeta Ecological Monitoring Department.

Recommended stay: 4 nights

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Guests from Chem Chem on a walking safari with guide.
Guests from Chem Chem on a walking safari with guide.
 
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