The most under-stated elements of an African Safari are the accommodations.

Many visitors have visions of the fly-tented camps of the Teddy Roosevelt or Hemingway days. While perhaps romantic, these are not very practical today. The remote safari lodges located throughout Africa are every bit as authentic and far more hospitable.

Most of the lodges we select feature teak furniture, tiled bathrooms en suite, and in ground pools. In short, it is hard to overstate the comforts of the safari lodges located throughout southern Africa; they are truly one of the best kept secrets in resort travel.

All of the lodges we frequent offer safe drinking water from deep wells, private accommodations with full bathrooms with hot and cold running water. Some offer private chalets with all the amenities of a fine hotel. All have electricity, often generated by stand-alone aggregates and solar panels.

Meals are freshly prepared every day by professional chefs and wine and local beers are available with every meal.