Return to Africa

Updated: Jun 28

While traversing through its vast ecosystems, from savannas and deserts, to jungles and highlands, the sheer diversity of this continent will spark wonderment and respect for our planet's natural bounty. There are safaris of every kind to choose from, with each season offering something unique from migratory patterns in the sky, on land and for marine life. Arriving here is also a tremendous lesson in the power of conservation for both habitat and heritage. The people within the place will simply capture your heart and imagination, inspired by the deep historical and familial ties that have enriched their African identity. Learn about their traditions and rites through time-honoured storytelling that adds to the strength of each community.

With travel restrictions continuing to change, have total trust that your 360 Private Travel Partner is working tirelessly to ensure you get away safely and always offering the most flexible booking terms.

Botswana - Xigera Safari Lodge

Xigera Safari Lodge is the result of nearly 70 years of passion, care, and attention to detail. This pioneering camp is the dream and vision of the Tollman family, the pinnacle of a life’s work creating extraordinary hospitality. Here you’ll find just 12 beautiful suites and an exceptional Baobab Treehouse in the wild landscape. Every experience can be tailored to your wishes, for a truly unique and memorable safari experience – and an entirely new imagining of the African bush. More information.

South Africa - Singita Kruger National Park

With conservation at its core, Singita’s enduring purpose is to preserve and protect large areas of African wilderness for future generations. Set in 33,000 acres of pristine wilderness in the world-renowned Kruger National Park, this exclusive concession offers a richly diverse habitat teeming with game. Singita Lebombo Lodge comprises 13 suites and a private-use villa boldly suspended above the N’wanetsi River. Singita Sweni Lodge is nestled on the banks of the Sweni River, with six suites and an exclusive pool suite. Powered by solar, this property is a shining example of sustainable hospitality. More information.

Kenya - andBeyond Bateleur Camp

Reflecting the ambience of 1920s and 1930s classic Kenyan safaris, andBeyond Bateleur Camp boasts luxurious safari tents complete with private butler service, ceiling fans and spacious ensuite bathrooms. In close proximity to where the famous final scene of ‘Out of Africa’ was filmed, this magnificent camp is set on a private concession allowing one to explore by day or night, on foot or in a vehicle in the company of your expert safari guide. In the late afternoon, head out in open safari vehicles, and in the evenings have an exclusive experience, a night safari which offers an opportunity to seek out nocturnal wildlife. More information.

Tanzania - Singita - Singita Grumeti

Singita Grumeti offers exclusive access to five lodges and camps across 350,000 acres of wilderness. Singita Sasakwa Lodge offers sweeping hilltop views, Singita Sabora Tented Camp is a modern interpretation of luxury tented safaris and Singita Faru Faru Lodge’s contemporary bush appeal is the epitome of laid-back luxury. For complete exclusivity, book Serengeti House, a private villa offering a tailor-made safari experience; or Singita Explore, a tented camp set up according to wildlife movements. Singita’s 100-year purpose is to preserve large areas of African wilderness for future generations. More information.

Zimbabwe -Singita - Singita Pamushana Lodge

In southeastern Zimbabwe, Singita Pamushana Lodge is located in an area characterized by mopane woodlands, ancient sandstone outcrops, and grand baobab trees. Reconnect with nature and view an astonishing variety of birds and wildlife – including black rhinos and wild dogs. Eight palatial suites and a five-bedroom villa, all with private plunge pools, offer panoramic views of the reserve. With conservation at its core, Singita is committed to preserving and protecting large areas of African wilderness for future generations. More information.

Mozambique - Anantara Bazaruto Island Resort

Escape completely at Ilha de Bazaruto, set within a protected marine park some 24 miles off Mozambique’s mainland. Guests can arrive via a complimentary 45-minute boat transfer, or opt for a charter flight (there’s even a private landing strip). Just 44 luxury villas dot these still untouched shores, where rolling sand dunes melt into azure waters favored by migrating humpback whales. Indulge in locallyinspired spa treatments, dive along protected reefs, swim with dolphins, try dune-boarding, or take a sunset cruise. More information.

With so many incredibly unique properties to choose from, ensure that you contact us to pick the perfect one to enhance your stay!


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