A much-needed private escape
How does a much-needed dose of nature sound? Immersing yourself in the wildlands of Africa for a few days with just your closest friends and family, enjoying the adventure of a safari while your every need and want is taken care of. Our exclusive-use safari houses offer any traveller exactly that.
When booking one of our private houses, you will have your own space completely isolated from other guests. Each house comes with a private vehicle and guide, as well as a private chef, and daily activities are completely tailored to your wishes. Whether it’s an all-day game drive, more time with a G&T by the pool or a private Swahili cooking lesson, this will very much feel as though you are in your very own home away from home.
We have four private homes in game-rich areas, as well as a relaxing beach house on the tropical island of Zanzibar.
Jabali Private House in Ruaha National Park, Tanzania
Mara Bush Houses in the Greater Masai Mara, Kenya
Matemwe Beach House in Matemwe, Zanzibar
Travel and the COVID-19 impact
We cannot wait to have you here with us in Africa once again. Each and every guest has a direct positive impact on the conservation and communities of these precious regions. You can rest assured that when travelling with Asilia, you will be using tourism as a force for good. And where tourism has suffered as a result of the coronavirus, so has conservation. By bringing tourism back to East Africa, we are proud to be helping communities and conservation thrive again.
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