Jabali Ridge: Tatler Travel Guide – “Wild At Heart” Winner 2018
Every year, Tatler’s travel team takes on the arduous task of visiting the most fabulous new hotel openings around the globe, compiling a definitive list of the best.
Evenings in the dining area at Jabali Ridge. Showing off the incredible views and scenery that surround the camp.
Jabali Ridge has won the Tatler Travel Awards “Wild at Heart” award for 2018, and we couldn’t agree more! Inspired by the landscape which surrounds it, Jabali blends almost seamlessly with its environment. With minimal use of solid walls, the main areas are predominantly open with natural granite boulders providing privacy and shade – even when relaxing in camp you are still one with nature. An infinity pool is the perfect place to cool off on a hot afternoon and the spa will rejuvenate even the most tired limbs.
“If you really fancy showing off about your next holiday, head to Ruaha. No, we’d never heard of it either. It’s Tanzania’s largest, wildest national park, and this brand-new lodge is opening up this glorious wildlife-filled corner with incredible rooms, top-notch guides and an aquamarine infinity pool for cooling off after spotting herds of elephants and buffalos.” – Tatler
The exquisite shower at Jabali Ridge provides you with a truly “wild” feel.
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