Experience our other unique destinations:

Machampane Wilderness Camp:

With five luxury safari tents, this tranquil  camp is on the banks of the Machampane River and situated in Parque Nacionale do Limpopo, the Mozambique sector of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park. . Guests get close to nature through morning and evening walks with guides and armed rangers. It’s all about seeing the flora and fauna that are never seen while driving. Evenings are spent around a fire in the boma giving guests an opportunity to hear and view the African night  | More

Transfrontier Wilderness Trails:

Wilderness Hiking Trails along the Palarangala or Lebombo, 4×4 self-drive Eco-Trails along the Shingwedzi, Canoe on the Rio Elefantes or Backpack and Fish through the Elefantes Gorge Trails in Parque Nacional do Limpopo, the Mozambique sector of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park.  The Wilderness Hiking and Canoe trails are fully catered and portered, while the 4×4 Eco-Trail and Backing & Fishing Trail are self-catered. All trails are guided  | More

Moonglow Guest House, Simon’s Town, Cape Point Route:

Providing 4-Star bed & breakfast accommodation, Moonglow Guest House is situated on the slopes of the mountain overlooking False Bay and Simon’s Town. On the Cape Point Route close to the penguins of Boulders and Cape Point, it has easy access to Cape Town. Local attractions include a township tour, material printing factory and a seaweed vuvuzela factory. Individually decorated rooms are all en-suite and have sea views. A full English breakfast is served in the dining room overlooking the bay | More

!Xaus Lodge:

!Xaus Lodge provides luxury accommodation in the Kgalagadi TFP for eco-tourists and visitors to the Kalahari. The complex comprises a central lodge building and 12 individual chalets, each with its own deck overlooking a vast saltpan and waterhole fed with fresh water  | More

African Ivory Route:

The African Ivory Route was established with the adventure traveler in mind. A selection of unique and off the beaten track destinations were therefore a more important consideration than ease of access.  Access to some of the camps is adventurous and may require 4 wheel drive vehicles while others can be conveniently accessed with an ordinary vehicle | More