Remote Lodges in AfricaAs you travel more and more in Africa, you feel the yearning to discover the outer edges. The roads less travelled in Africa lead to some of the most beautiful and awe inspiring scenery in the world.
As always in this continent, you will find some intrepid soul who has taken the plunge and built a lodge or camp in just that single spot where you could be 500 kilometres from the nearest conurbation.
We have selected in this portfolio, a selection of properties where you will be guaranteed to feel far from the world and find an enriching personal experience. As always, these properties can be included as part of your exclusive and bespoke itinerary.
Serra Cafema Camp
Serra Cafema Camp positioned on the banks of the Kunene River overlooking Angola is undoubtedly one the most remote camps in Southern Africa, a three hour plane trip from Windhoek is the only way to get here.
In the far northwest corner of the remote Kafue National Park on the vast Busanga Plains one comes across Shumba Camp, accessible only by aircraft. Shumba as remote as it is is one of Zambia's most luxurious lodges.
Kalahari Plains Camp
Deep in the heart of Botswana's Central Kalahari Game Reserve with 5 000 000 hectares at one disposal lies Kalahari Plains Camp. Offering up the legendary Kalahari black-maned lions, fantastic cheetah viewing and even an interpretive "Bushman Walk".
Duba Plains Camp
One of the more remote camps in Okavango Delta, Duba Plains Camp with only six tented suites offers private luxury far away for the modern world. Duba Plains is accessible only by air transfers.
Kings Pool Camp
In a vast private concession in the heart of the Linyanti Wildlife Reserve one comes across the truly remote and yet picturesque Kings Pool Camp, positioned on the Linyanti river the wildlife here is nothing short of spectacular.
Singita Pamushana Lodge
Singita Pamushana Lodge is Zimbabwe's most expensive and luxurious lodge, no question about that, but being located in a private concession bordering the Gonarezhou National Park making this one of the countries more lodges.
Luwi Bush Camp
One of the most remote and rustic lodges that one can find it the South Luangwa national Park of Zambia, Luwi Bush Camp is perfect for the walking safaris that this area is so famous for. Accessible via 4x4 transfer.
Beho Beho Camp
The first private wildlife camp to have been setup in Tanzania's Selous game Reserve, Beho Beho was and is a safari refuge for those seeking the ultimate wilderness safari far away from the masses. Without question of the best lodges in Africa.
Vamizi Island Lodge
Exclusivity and barefoot luxury, your own private island surrounded by the warm turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean. Picture this, diving pristine reefs, paddling with turtles, sunset dhow cruises and private picnics. So we have to ask, what dates are you interested in?
Ibo Island Lodge
An island forgotten by the world for well over a century, the remote Ibo Island (nominated for World Heritage Status) is waiting you as probably one of the most romantic destinations you will ever visit, perfect for those who just need to getaway from it ALL.
Singita Faru Faru lodge
Named the best hotel in the world in 2011, offering unparalleled luxury in the heart of the Africa with 350,000 acres of private reserve on the edge of the Serengeti National Park to play in. Singita Faru Faru lodge is remote, private and exclusive.
Desert Rhino Camp
Picture this, you in a 450 000 hectare Palmwag Concession which is already in one of the remotest area of Africa. Desert Rhino Camp is not remote it is isolated from the outside world but is accessible via car or fly-in.
In an area of Zimbabwe where lions, leopards and wild dogs as well as large numbers of elephants, buffalos and hippos are a daily occurrence lies the unique and distinctive Ruckomechi Camp. A camp far removed from human settlements.