Four Great Locations For A Family Reunion Safari In East Africa
By Anwynn Louw – Digital Marketing Assistant
Planning a multigenerational safari with grandparents, parents and children in tow means having toconsider what each person would enjoy, appreciate, and take away from the experience.Booking out a camp exclusively allows you the freedom to plan your entire schedule and experience a safari at your own pace.
Whether you are planning a special occasion, such as a family reunion, or just wanting to enjoy quality family time together, everything is done according to what you want. Your group will be able to wake up as early, or as late, as they please, head out on game drives at their leisureand shape the safari of their dreams. When booking a camp exclusively with us, you have the luxury of planning your days as you see fit – there will be no set itinerary. If some would rather stay in camp, others can explore the surrounding areas on a game drive in your private safari vehicle.
All meals are tailored to your group’s desires, and daily activities can be pre-arranged to ensure everyone makes the most of their time in East Africa. Our exclusive selection of private propertiesoffers an outstanding, personalised safari experience with specialist guides, private vehicles, in-house chefs, and a full team on-hand to ensure your time with us isasoutstanding and memorable as can be.
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Jabali Private House
Visit us in Tanzania’s largest national park, Ruaha National Park and stay at our luxe Jabali Private House. This sophisticated 3-bedroom retreat blends in seamlessly with its surroundings, the property is built around three of Ruaha’s iconic baobab trees and offers total privacy and exclusivity.
The house boasts two beautiful master bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, with both indoor and outdoor showers that have endless views of the Baobab forest. The third bedroom has two twin beds, perfect for the young ones. A dining area leads onto a deck with a swimming pool, which is the perfect spot to cool down and relax.
All meals are prepared by your own private chef and can be tailored to your schedule for the day. If you would like a bonnet breakfast during a morning game drive, the chef will gladly prepack your meal for you. Gourmet style dinners are a decadent three-course affair and can be served outdoors under the glittery African night sky.Activities at Jabali Private House include game and night drives as well as walking safaris.
Little Oliver’s Camp
Venture to Tarangire National Park enjoying your time atthe private Little Oliver’s Camp. This small camp only offers five tented suites, its intimate style will give you the impression of owning your own piece of paradise. Little Oliver’s interior is tastefully furnished with handmade crafts made from the timber of old trading dhows that visited the East African coast in earlier times. Each tent has full en-suite facilities, indoor and outdoor showers and a private veranda that overlooks the sweeping plains.
Little Oliver’s overlooks a floodplain of the Minyoro Pools which draws in a lot of wildlife, especially during the drier seasons when animals congregate here to quench their thirst and cool off during the day. The untamed Tarangire isn’t home to only buffalo and large herds of elephants, there are also an extensive number of big cats to be seen. The landscape varies dramatically and includes green grasslands, marshy swamplands, and forests of baobabs. A variety of activities are available in camp, including a night of fly camping under the starry skies as well as serene and scenic hot air balloon safaris.
Mara Bush Houses
Kenya’s Masai Mara is home to our three superb Mara Bush Houses, including Mara and Acacia House which are located next to one another in the Mara North Conservancy andTopi House, which calls the areabetween Olare Orok Conservancy and the Maasai Mara National Reserve home.
Our Mara Bush Houses offer you the opportunity to safari 100% on your own terms, perfect for an intimate and fully personalised safari.The Masai Mara Conservancy is perfect for adventure and wildlife enthusiasts, making it ideal for seasoned safari travellers wanting to experience a safari with their younger, or older, generations.
Matemwe Beach House
If you want to end off your safari with something special or would prefer an exclusive island getaway, join us on the tropical isle of Zanzibar and stay at the charming Matemwe Beach House. Located just stepsfrom the beach, itis one of Zanzibar’s most exclusive houses.
The Beach House is a traditional three-bedroom house, sleeps six people in two air-conditioned double bedrooms on the ground floor and has a mezzanine bedroom with two single beds. A private plunge pool is available with picturesque views of the turquoise Indian Ocean. Personal attention, accommodation, and service come together with a personal chef and butler to attend to your needs. If sand, sea and sun isn’t enough for you to unwind, choose from a range of spa treatments that will leave you relaxed and refreshed at the Matemwe spa.
An exciting range of activities are on offer at our Matemwe properties including a visit to Prison Island, traditional Swahili cooking classes, diving, snorkelling, and so much more.
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