African Safari Lodges

African Sky recommends some of the finest safari lodges in the countries of South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Mozambique.

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In the lap of luxury
South Africa boasts some of the most exclusive and luxurious safari lodges imaginable.

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Wild & remote
Botswana's handsome safari camps are enveloped in absolute wilderness.

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Desert delights
Relish lavish lodgings in unique surroundings and exquisite night skies.

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Walk on the wild side
Zambia is revered for lodges that focus on comprehensive walking safaris.

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Plush paradise
Private islands, deserted beaches and distant archipelagos form the backdrop of our Mozambican lodges.

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Riverine royalty
Zimbabwe's lodges are based around the Zambezi River and the Victoria Falls.

African Safari Lodges by Destination

The African safari lodges that we include in our packages are scattered across the most bewitching corners of the continent, from South Africa's storied lowveld region to Botswana's wildlife-rich outposts. Explore the lodges in our collection via their incomparable wild locations.

Kruger Park The Ultimate Safari Experience The Kruger National Park is a legendary safari destination that stretches across almost two million hectares and incorporates South Africa's most sought-after private game reserves, like Sabi Sand and Timbavati.
Sabi Sand Leopards & Lodges The Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve is popular for its award-winning lodges and the extraordinarily high frequency of leopard sightings that guests enjoy. The reserve shares an unfenced border with the Kruger Park.
Okavango Delta Oasis in an arid land The Okavango Delta is Botswana's most hallowed conservation area, sustaining ample wildlife after the rainy season, when the region swells to three times its usual size. It is a lush oasis amidst the arid sands of the Kalahari.
Chobe National Park Where the elephants roam Chobe National Park is known for its high concentration of the world's largest land mammal - this is elephant country. Sunset cruises on the Chobe River are always a highlight for safari enthusiasts exploring Botswana.
Etosha National Park The Great White Pan Etosha National Park is an arid wilderness area in northern Namibia. It is based around the immense salt pan for which it is named. This dry region supports a startling amount of wildlife, offering truly rewarding safaris.
Sossusvlei Ghost Trees in the desert Sossusvlei's immense scarlet dunes render the desert landscape otherworldly, making this one of the most photographed destinations in the world. The safari experience available here is exceptionally unique.
Victoria Falls Africa's wall of water The Victoria Falls - the largest waterfall in the world - may be accessed via either Livingstone in Zambia or Vic Falls in Zimbabwe, each town offering its own exciting appeal and range of exhilarating activities.
Mozambique Islands & the Indian Ocean Mozambique boasts an extraordinary 1000km coastline, which is replete with stunning beaches, myriad coral reefs and remote archipelagos. This vast tropical country makes for unforgettable African vacations.

Recommended Safari Lodges

The safari lodges that we recommend below have been handpicked for a variety of key factors, from their exceptional service levels to the game viewing potential of the area in which they are located. The emphasis is on a rewarding safari experience.

Other African Accommodation

Other African accommodations that we use in our itineraries range from intimate guest houses to sumptuous boutique hotels. In certain national parks and reserves in South Africa, we often make use of standard rest camp accommodation for great value.