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Luxury Safari

Enjoy your private country cottage on this stylish farm on the slopes of Ngorongoro.


Luxury Safari

Modern, super-stylish domes set in lush forests surrounding the Ngorongoro Crater.


Luxury Honeymoon

VIP-class luxury in Tanzania's awe-inspiring central Serengeti.


Luxury Private

Luxury epitomised in the wildest of terrains. If that's your dream, look no further than One Nature's Nyaruswiga Serengeti, a five-star fabulous camp in the heart of Tanzania's Serengeti.


Towering imperiously over the rippling tea plantations of north-eastern Tanzania, Mount Kilimanjaro is worthy of just about every superlative imaginable. The highest mountain in Africa, and the highest freestanding mountain in the world, it can actually be climbed without a great deal of technical know-how and is open to most people with a relative level of fitness. For the ultimate bucket list trip, scale the slopes of Kili before flying to the Serengeti or the beaches of Zanzibar for a dose of iconic Africa… and a very well-deserved reward!



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Luxury Safaris

Your African Safari in Style

Get up close and personal to the magnificent wildlife that roam the Serengeti plain. Set out at sunrise to see the savannah awaken from its beauty sleep, and catch sight of the Big 5 animals—lion, leopard, elephant, rhinoceros, and Cape buffalo—in one of the world’s most awe-inspiring game reserves.

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Gibb's Farm

7500 feet above sea level, nestled on the verdant, misty slopes of the enchanting Crater Highlands region and just a stones throw from Karatu village, is Gibb’s Farm. Established in the 1920s as a coffee plantation, the farm now welcomes guests in pretty cottages dotted around the splendid gardens and there are plenty of activities on offer at the Ngorongoro Crater and Lake Manyara. Today, the farm is a chic, country retreat that has home-grown luxury down to a 'T'; find flowers from the garden in the lounge, hearty organic produce at mealtimes and farm-fresh coffee delivered to your room every morning. Bliss.


Across the wild and limitless plains of the southern Serengeti, arriving in a tsunami of hooves and tails, the Great Migration is what you've come to see. As the rains bring a wealth of grazing opportunities, February also enjoys the magic of calving season! Leave the well-tended comforts of Songa Camp, which follows the herds on their annual pilgrimage, to see the migration in all its glory.

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Welcome to mesmerizing Zanzibar, the perfect location to relax and enjoy the ‘downtime’ you deserve. With three nights on the exotic Spice Island, our Zanzibar Beach Holiday gives you plenty of time near the sparkling beach and gorgeous Indian Ocean... Enjoy the warm lapping of the waves, as the beautiful clear waters of the Indian Ocean meet the perfect white sands of Zanzibar. Enjoy your own piece of paradise! 



Leaving behind the herds of inquisitive travellers during the Great Migration is no small feat - and that’s where Namiri Plains comes into its own. Open year round, this sophisticated hideaway sits in a secluded section of the eastern Serengeti with not another camp or tourist in sight. And now, five years after the original camp was opened, it’s been given a stylish overhaul – think seamlessly-moulded calcrete rooms, a natural and perfectly soothing colour palette, and fabulous alfresco bathtubs. Truly the perfect spot from which to watch the Great Migration and the infamous big cats of the region without compromising on privacy and authenticity.


Escape the Great Migration tourists and indulge in the elegance of Namiri

Game drives are the best way to discover the amazing big cats of the eastern Serengeti (the area was closed for 20 years to allow the populations to regenerate) and you’re more than likely to bump into lion, cheetah and leopard on your excursions. More recently, guided walking safaris have been added to the roster and the guides are extremely knowledgeable, so soak up as much insider information as you can. 

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