By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager Naboisho is now home to the Mara Naboisho Conservancy’s newest pool. During the heat of the day, enjoy a refreshing swim or lounge poolside with an ice-cold drink as wildlife pass by. In the evenings, you’ll be treated to the most mesmerizing skies which are the perfect backdrop for an outdoor dinner.
By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager We recently had the pleasure of welcoming guests, Chris and Monique Fallows to two of our camps in the Serengeti. The couple, who are professional photographers, shared some incredible images of their time with us on safari – let them inspire you to visit the Serengeti.
Written by Danya Dhanak – Guest Writer I had the pleasure of visiting Asilia’s Naboisho Camp earlier this year for a few days. I tend to research my travel choices heavily – and I take credit for our group of seven people choosing to stay at Naboisho! Still, I remember feeling excited yet just a little nervous just prior to the trip. I wasn’t completely sure what to expect, as our group was mostly vegetarians in different age groups, each of us with idiosyncrasies when it comes to food.
It’s that time of the year when festive season travel plans have been booked and you can’t stop dreaming of that much-needed break at the end of the year. Some of us may not have gotten around to this yet and you may be asking yourself ‘where can I go over Christmas break?’ This is where we come in. We’ve rounded up a few of our favourite last-minute, easy-travel ideas for you to choose from when planning your festive vacation.
While exploring the grasslands close to Namiri Plains, you might come face to face with one of our most beautiful, and unique, wildcats – Manja, the melanistic serval. Named after one of our guides who first spotted him, Manja Kema, this gorgeous feline has become quite the celebrity in the eastern Serengeti region.
Matemwe, located on the scenic coast of Zanzibar, is home to three of our properties and is one of the most peaceful locations on the lush tropical island. Each of our properties caters to specific needs – our Matemwe Beach House is ideal for families and big groups; the Matemwe Retreat is a romantic’s dream location and perfect for couples; while our Matemwe Lodge is perfect for anyone looking for a beach vacation.
Jabali Ridge, located in Ruaha National Park, offers a culinary experience that promises to entice and inspire any food-lover – or anyone who just enjoys a good meal! We spoke to Mark English, our Executive Chef, and found out exactly what makes the Jabali Ridge food experience so special.
Each year, Conde Nast Traveller allows their readers to vote for their best destinations, hotels, villas, spas, airlines, airports, cruises and tour operators. Since the very first Reader’s Awards was held in 1998, this year’s are the biggest the awards have ever been – more than 600 000 voters registered and thousands of hotels, destinations and travel fixers were voted for.
By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager On your next safari be sure to keep an eye open for the unusual… There are many animals out there that have unique mutations making them stand out from the crowd. We’ve rounded up some of our most favourite sightings over the years of wildlife that we’ve seen. You might be lucky enough to spot them on your next East African safari in Kenya or Tanzania…
By Anwynn Louw, Digital Marketing Assistant Ruaha National Park covers an area of 20 226km² and is situated in southern-central Tanzania close to Iringa, a city overlooking the Ruaha River Valley.