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African Splendour

African Splendour

Camps and Lodges

Your accommodations on a Micato safari will be unabashedly luxurious—quite simply, you will stay at some of the best hotels, private safari lodges and camps in Africa. And of course, you are a VIP everywhere you go with Micato, so preferential rooms will be provided throughout.

Mount Nelson

Mount Nelson

Nestled at the foot of Table Mountain, and set in nine acres of lush gardens, the Mount Nelson Hotel is one of Cape Town's most elegant hotels. Rooms are spacious and elegant – each with a mini-lounge area and en-suite bathroom – and the hotel’s facilities include a top restaurant, chic champagne bar and a full-service spa. Located opposite the Company Gardens and Houses of Parliament, the Mount Nelson is ideally located for enjoying everything Cape Town has to offer.

Royal Livingstone Hotel

Royal Livingstone Hotel

Stretching luxuriously along the banks of the mighty Zambezi River, the Royal Livingstone consists of a series of colonial-style buildings set amidst a canopy of lush riverine trees. The hotel offers thatch-roofed buildings, a sparkling swimming pool, well-stocked library and a deep, shaded veranda offering an uninterrupted view of the Zambezi. And only footsteps from the river, the sumptuous rooms and suites—with interior furnishings that accentuate the influences of Africa— offer a tranquil retreat from the unconstrained beauty of their surroundings.


The Saxon

The Saxon embodies the best of South Africa's charm, and is deserving of its status as one of the leading boutique hotels in the world. Priding itself on fantastic service, stunning African decor and indulgent accommodations, no detail is left unconsidered at this exclusive six-acre escape in Johannesburg's most exclusive suburb. Three pools, a luscious spa and fabulous grounds add to this world-class experience. It's no wonder Nelson Mandela wrote his autobiography there.

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Hemingways Nairobi

Set in lush gardens in the pacific Nairobi suburb of Karen, Hemingways has 45 gorgeous rooms, each honouring an African luminary, are unmatched in their intelligent, gentle luxury. Hemingways’ common rooms are reminiscent of English stately homes, yet with an African flavour. And its restaurants, designed by Michelin star–winning Barry Tonks, have entranced the city's gastronomic community.

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The Manor Ngorongoro

Set within a 1500-acre Arabica coffee estate adjacent to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, The Manor at Ngorongoro is a a marvelous retreat whose luxe cottages -- intelligently-situated throughout the property for maximum privacy -- are all kitted out with contemporary decor and open fireplaces. Proximity to the Crater is certainly a plus, so game drives may range from the traditional by-vehicle kind to mountain biking to a leisurely safari by horseback. Picturesque sundowners easily cap the day, as might a swim in the Manor's pool or a deep-tissue massage at the well-regarded spa.

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Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti

Already well supplied with safari-style elegance, the rebranded Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti is a delightful escape in the heart of the Serengeti. Spacious, lavishly appointed rooms feature original artwork and private decks. We browse the art gallery, luxuriate at its world-class spa, and lounge in the infinity pool while watching wildlife drink at the nearby water hole. Private ranger and butler services make this heavenly African experience yet more luxurious.

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Mahali Mzuri

The inspired creation of Sir Richard Branson, Mahali Mzuri is a state-of-the-art tented camp whose futuristic, fabulously comfortable and innovative—yet very African—tents resemble the tents of our youth like a Gulfstream 650 resembles a Piper Cub. The camp, graced with an infinity pool and a wealth of Bransonesque touches, is next to one of the Mara’s prime game-viewing areas, much frequented during the great migration.