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African Splendour

Camps & Lodges

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


The Saxon Boutique Hotel and Spa

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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Xugana Island Camp

Marvelously emplaced in the heart of the Okavango Delta, Xugana Island Lodge is an eight-room luxury lodge nestled under a canopy of wild ebony and garcina trees facing the calm blue waters of Xugana Lagoon, a paragon of the Delta’s allure. Xugana’s secluded location in a private concession gives us a chance to explore via guided canoe excursions and walking safaris; birding here is spectacular and the fishing sublime.

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Savute Safari Lodge

Situated on the banks of Botswana’s fabled Stolen River, Savute Safari Lodge is a traditional thatched safari lodge in a setting of singular beauty. (The Stolen has been stolen and given back by the vagaries of the Savute Channel; it now flows merrily only a few hundred feet from the lodge. This is a centuries-long geo-story, but the upshot
is a landscape of rich marshes and teeming wildlife, all visible from Savute Safari Lodge’s signature glass doors and viewing decks.)

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Machaba Camp

Visitors to Machaba Camp are charmed by its extraodinarily airy and fresh tents, by its eventful and rewarding game drives in the Moremi Reserve, by the reserve’s profound quietude and riverine beauty, but they invariably praise the blissful, only-in-Africa experience of sitting at ease on the veranda of their tent, watching elephants, hippos, lions, giraffes, and a host of less-celebrated but equally fascinating animals as they pay a visit to the Khwai River in the warm evening.

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Royal Livingstone Hotel

An old-fashioned, colonial-style redoubt, fully up-to-the-second, one of T+L’s Best Hotels in the World, the Royal Livingstone would be a sought-after destination even if it weren’t within strolling distance of ceaselessly stunning Victoria Falls. An African icon, the Royal Livingstone underwent a many-million-dollar upgrade recently, and its charms have been burnished to a shine for another few decades to come.