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The Newest Luxury African Destinations By The Luxury Safari Company


Visiting tropical and dessert place like Africa does not mean you have to leave out the luxurious experience in staying and making the best of your visit. Here are some new accommodation options in Africa you can think of while you plan your Safari getaway.

Botswana
Ranging from luxurious, yet adventurous stay, these accommodations in Botswana offer a first class service for your stay. Uniting with the natural wildlife and exotism of Africa, the camps are presenting incredible facilities and amenities for the guests. Explore the wildlife nature through their activities such as driving game, wildlife watching, fishing, snorkeling, and even only to enjoy a quiet evening reading your favourite book by the pool. Go browse these names and decide which one suits your holiday appetite: Feline Fields, Bushman land, Bushman Nomadic, Chobe Bakwena Lodge, Kazangula, Linyanti Tented Camp, Linyanti Concession, Duba Plains, Okavango Delta, Gomoti Plains Camp, south east Okavango Delta, Khwai Leadwood, Chobe Game Lodge, Chobe National Park.

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Miavana, Madagascar
Guests will arrive by helicopter from Antsiranana Airport (formerly Diego Suarez) and will be driven, in their own personal vehicle, to their villa. There are 14 villas in Miavana (one, two and three bedrooms) each with their own private pool and decking area. You can enjoy the array of wildlife that the island has to offer including possible sightings of the golden brown sifake, one of the rarest and most endangered breeds of Lemur, that can only be seen in this single spot in Madagascar.

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Bisate Lodge, Rwanda
Located adjacent to the Volcanoes National Park, which is home to one of the world’s most spectacular, yet endangered creatures, the Mountain Gorilla, Bisate Lodge will have just six beautiful, thatched villas that will reflect the Rwandan culture inside and out. Guests will experience a real feeling of privacy and serenity, with barely any artificial light being visible from nearby towns. The opportunity to come into contact with the mountain Gorilla is a hugely special experience and Bisate Lodge looks to accentuate this by providing in-depth presentations and informal chats with on-site Gorilla experts.

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Jabali Ridge, Ruaha

Located in Tanzania, Jabali Ridge is a new sophisticated accommodation posing as the perfect spot from which to explore Ruaha National Park. Jabali Ridge has ten suites, each hidden amongst the rocky surroundings, a beautiful infinity pool and spa facilities to rejuvenate tired explorers. The Ruaha ecosystem itself is home to 10% of the world’s lion population, and Jabali’s location means guests might be lucky enough to see an incredible display as the lions go out to hunt.

 

Zuri, Zanzibar

The Zuri Hotel and Resort offers 300m of private, white sand beaches, tropical plants, and beautiful African sunsets. The hotel benefits from not being effected by the tides, meaning beautiful views all year round. The aim of the Zuri Zanzibar project is to develop a resort that is able to offer a feeling of real luxury whilst maintaining the traditional essence of the surroundings.

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Muzimu Camp, Gorongosa National Park

A new private tented lodge located in the Gorongosa National Park in the heart of central Mozambique, and consists of six luxury tented suites, all of which have luxurious rooms with private viewing deck that looks out over the Mussicadzi riverbed.

So, those are the list you can go through before deciding where to stay in Africa. All accommodations are catered and arranged by The Luxury Safari Company, and you can book visit at http://www.theluxurysafaricompany.com