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The 20 Best Safari Lodges and Camps in Africa

The Varty family are elder statesmen of South African safaris, who’ve been welcoming guests, and protecting the land and wildlife, on their private reserve for more than 85 years. At Londolozi, guests are immersed in the culture of family and heritage: with world-class guides (some of whom have been here for decades)

The 20 Best Safari Lodges and Camps in Africa

Greystoke Mahale, a lodge in the east of the country known for its local chimpanzee populations, made the top of two of our specialists’ lists. “It’s got the magic and remoteness of Lake Tanganyika—you reach it from the airstrip by dhow (a traditional sailboat used on the East African coast). But there’s also great local staff, and the funky stylish design," says Briggs. The six bandas, built of wood from old dhows, are all at the lake’s edge

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Tortilis Camp Hotel Amboseli National Park

Tortilis Camp, Amboseli, Kenya. Tortilis Camp is widely regarded as the prime location for witnessing the majesty of Africa’s largest mountain, Kilimanjaro. Situated in the Amboseli basin, the raised camp offers unrivaled views over the Kenyan plains, aptly named after the flat-topped tree Acacia Tortilis.

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Come with Capture Africa Tours to your very own private lodge and have the best South African experience...private chef, professional photographer to help you take better images, experienced guides, and 30,000 acres to yourself. No other tour company can offer this in South Africa.

The 20 Best Safari Lodges and Camps in Africa

Chiawa Camp was the first camp to open inside the Lower Zambezi National Park (back in 1989), and is arguably still the best. Nine timber-and-reed tents with claw-foot tubs face a broad, glittering stretch of the Zambezi River—yes, that is a lioness sunning herself 20 feet in front of your deck—and Zimbabwe beyond the far bank. Don’t miss a canoe trip upriver with head guide Paul Grobler, who’s something of a legend here.