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Sensory Safaris

 
For the last 12 months we have longed to return to the countries that have long captivated our attention. Instead we revisited them virtually, creating a series of Sensory Safaris to highlight all the most visceral sights, sounds and emotions we've experienced in the past. We hope that you too will find this series of articles inspirational.
Guests boating near elephants Duma Tau Botswana
Guests boating near elephants Duma Tau Botswana
 
A land of contrasts, Botswana has long captured the hearts of countless travellers with its seasonal ebbs and flows. Each year, the flooding channels of the Okavango Delta beckon wildlife from near and far; rains transform the stark Makgadikgadi and Nxai salt pans into a blanket of green; and dusty footprints trace paths to the vast elephant herds that gather in Chobe National Park.

Comparing the verdant patchwork of green in the north to the lunar Kalahari landscapes further south is a feast for the senses, a feast which makes for an unforgettable geographical study in the span of a single trip. Discover Africa’s most exclusive safari destination from the comfort of your home on this Sensory Safari.
 
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Game drive near cheetah, Namiri Plains.
Game drive near cheetah, Namiri Plains.
 
There are places that delight the soul. They make you want to stand tall, spread your arms wide, breathe deep and shout for joy. Tanzania has an abundance of such places.

You feel that gigantic geological forces are still at work everywhere you turn. A landscape torn apart to form a rift valley sprinkled with lakes. Volcanoes thrown up, some conical, others which exploded long ago.
 
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For the traveller, Zambia is defined by her great rivers. Greatest of all — the Zambezi — metamorphoses between a tranquil expanse, cascading falls and haunting lakes on its journey to the ocean, all the while an artery of life to countless animals. In contrast, the Luangwa wends lazily past great elephant herds, lion and giraffe in looping twists and turns.

From April to November, you can disappear into a sequence of delightfully unpretentious camps and lodges, each in a handpicked patch of paradise. Walk, ride, canoe, fly or cycle in privacy on an expertly guided safari of a lifetime.
 
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Walking sand dunes at Soussusvlei Desert Lodge, Namibia.
Walking sand dunes at Soussusvlei Desert Lodge, Namibia.
 
For some, it is the intoxicating allure of open spaces that first beckons them to Africa. It’s that vast sense of freedom that draws them back, time and again. At some basal level, there is a comfort in endless grassy savannahs — a primal connection to our ancient, nomadic lifestyle.

Nowhere embodies this sense of scale or primitive awe like Namibia. Here semi-arid grass oceans are dissected by towering apricot sand dunes and lunar-like salt pans. The scale of these desertscapes is matched only by the star-studded sky that blankets the scorched earth each night.
 
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After all the recent travel restrictions, it's certain our next big holiday will be one that will hold a special place in our hearts. If it’s going to be a wildlife safari, they don’t come any bigger or more iconic than an appointment with a family of mountain gorillas on the misty volcanoes of Rwanda.
 
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Each African country offers its own unique safari experience. In Namibia it’s the spectacular deserts, in Zambia it’s the great rivers. In South Africa the essence is seeing an amazing variety of wildlife in ultimate comfort.

It’s as though architects and entrepreneurs have decided to prove that being in the wilds is no obstacle to providing the best food, the most spectacular interiors, the most attentive service and outdoor decks and pools which have you suspended above the wildest of worlds. What better way to see the Big Five!
 
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