Private Invitation Safari
Camps & Lodges
Your accommodations will be unabashedly luxurious—quite simply, you will stay at some of the best and most intimate camps in Africa.
Nestled within a storied suburb of Nairobi, Hogmead is the epitome of cosy luxury, combining a fresh, comfortable practicality—bright rooms, Egyptian cotton linens, prompt service and all the modern conveniences—with an Old Country English décor that makes one feel right at home. Sloping green lawns and acacia-lined lanes make this an ideal place to come home to when exploring cosmopolitan Nairobi. Hogmead is practically at the doorstep of Karen Blixen’s home, with the same view of the Ngong Hills made famous by her novel “Out of Africa."
Campi ya Kanzi
Owners Luca and Antonella Belpietro are exceptional hosts, and the unique partnership between this dynamic Italian couple and a conservation-conscious Maasai community has resulted in this stunning camp, constructed entirely of local materials, with luxe touches and grand style imported from Italy. Walking safaris, game drives and sundowners in wildly spectacular settings with the Belpietros make for an unforgettable stay.
Nestled in an oasis of virgin wilderness beneath an exotic grove of enormous palms and fig trees, Lemarti’s Camp is owned by local Samburu guide Loyapan Lemarti and his renowned fashion-designer wife Anna Trzebinski. The combination is captivating, as Lemarti’s connection to the land and its people mingles with Anna’s elegance and artistry.Tents are a stunning blend of old wooden handcrafted furniture with soft, earthy velvets and vintage textiles. The camp is without electricity by design, magically aglow at night from the warmth of a thousand candles and lanterns.
Kicheche Bush Camp
Ancient whistling thorn acacias surround Kicheche Bush Camp and its six spacious and beautifully decorated tents. Highly eco-friendly, the camp makes solar power available both day and night for peaceable reading into the wee hours. As night falls, you may choose to sit on your verandah and let your eyes feast over the game-filled plains. Dinner here is an exceptional affair whether in the dining tent, beneath the spreading boughs of an acacia or under the stars in true safari style.
Situated between the prime wildlife areas of the central and southern Serengeti, Dunia Camp is within the scenic Moru Kopjes region. Eight spacious and privately spaced tents overlook picturesque hilly kopjes, which may be taken in from your private verandah. Game drives at Dunia be a lesson in Serengeti topography, with the rolling plains of the grasslands and rocky outcrops of the kopjes providing a spectacular backdrop for spotting wildlife of all kinds.