Secluded within the Laikipia region of north-central Kenya, Lemarti’s Camp is a small piece of paradise nestling beneath a gigantic sycamore fig and grove of riverside palms.
Built on the private Makalali Conservancy in the Limpopo Province of South Africa, Garonga Camp is one of the few genuinely environmentally aware lodges in the country.
Building on the work of the Harvey family, the Frankfurt Zoological Society’s North Luangwa Conservation Project has ensured that wild North Luangwa is one of the better protected national parks in Africa today.
Rwanda’s Nyungwe Forest is the largest surviving tract of montane forest in East-Central Africa. Built on a reclaimed tea plantation, the Nyungwe lodge blends into the forest fringe thanks to its style of non-intrusive timber chalets elevated on stilts.
Rustic, yet comfortable, tree-houses sit perched atop wide boughs in this idyllic safari camp in northwest Botswana. For years Delta Camp has been a pioneer in the realm of genuinely green eco-camps and this shines through in almost every aspect of the lodge’s construction and operation.
Located a stone’s throw from the towering dunes of Sossusvlei, Wolwedans lies at the heart of the rejuvenated NamibRand Nature Reserve in southwest Namibia..
Situated in a modern day Garden of Eden, Mombo is regarded by many to offer Africa’s finest year-round wildlife viewing experience. But, quite aside from its fortuitous location surrounded by idyllic landscapes smothered in wildlife, Wilderness Safaris has taken some ..
Although the opulent guest lodges of Motse and Tarkuni blend naturally into their surrounding environment, both draw their power needs from the coal-fired national grid. Behind the scenes the solar-powered staff accommodation is considerably greener, but it is the Tswalu Kalahari Reserve itself that is leading the sustainability charge in South Africa’s Northern Cape Province.
In the arid northwest of Namibia lies Damaraland: a region renowned for its desert elephants and rhinos. Blending seamlessly into the arid wilderness of these desert-adapted pachyderms, a couple of responsible eco-camps lie tucked away alongside the scenic Grootberg Mountains.
Great Plains has managed to create something special, not to mention exceedingly rare, with opulent Zarafa Camp in the Selinda Reserve of northern Botswana. They have skilfully crafted an environmentally responsible safari lodge without skimping on luxury, exclusivity or perfection.