Heading out on safari can conjure up many different ideas. Perhaps you dream of seeing the big five? Maybe you want to see what it’s like to be entirely isolated from the rest of the world? Whatever the case, these luxury safari lodges sure help you to stay in style.
Beyond Ngorongoro Crater Lodge, Tanzania
This luxury safari lodge is found on the edge of the Ngorongoro crater, meaning that you not only get some incredible views of Tanzania, but you also get to enjoy a space that’s filled with wildlife, too. The rooms are filled with plenty of glamorous touches, including chandeliers, while the ensuite bathrooms just add to the elegance of a room at this lodge.
Singita Lebombo Lodge, South Africa
These safari lodges take luxury to the next level. The rooms are designed to sit like an eagle’s nest on the cliff as they are high above the N’wanetsi River that flows below. Singita Lebombo Lodge is lucky enough to be a part of the Kruger National Park where guests get to enjoy a variety of African wildlife as a result. The views here are tough to beat anywhere else in Africa.
Little Kulala, Namibia
Amazingly, Little Kulala is lucky enough to be within a private wilderness reserve. Every group gets their own individual kulala to sleep in that opens out directly onto the wilderness. The best bit? Rooms also come with a rooftop bed for stargazing and a personal plunge pool. Little Kulala makes good use of the natural environment as all of the room incorporate earthy tones and textures. If you’re lucky, you might even get to see a passing cheetah.
Mombo and Little Mombo Camp, Botswana
Mombo is built under the shade of the trees, where guests get to stay in ensuite tents that have been raised six feet off the ground. To top it off, guests can choose to enjoy an indoor or outdoor shower as well as one of two plunge pools. As if that wasn’t enough, Mombo’s sister camp, Little Mombo, has an even more intimate feel to it along with its swimming pool and lounge area.
Singita Boulders Lodge, South Africa
This impressive lodge is found alongside Sand River inside a private game reserve. The park is known for its big cat sightings, with leopards being a common sight to many. Each room at Singita Boulders Lodge has its own private pool as the rooms have been designed to be as peaceful as possible. The rooms have also been designed around the surrounding boulders, meaning that a stay here can bring you closer to nature than ever.
Let’s face it; there’s heading on a safari, and then there’s taking it all in with the help of some luxury safari lodges. Not only do you get to enjoy what Mother Nature has to offer, but a trip to one of these incredible locations means that you get to do it all in style, too.