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The Travel+Leisure World’s Best Safari

The Travel+Leisure World’s Best Safari

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


One&Only Resort

The One&Only Resort is, quite simply, one of the most luxurious addresses on the exclusive Victoria & Alfred Waterfront. Here, dedicated butlers discreetly attend to our every need. Epicures savour the legendary cuisine of Nobuyuki “Nobu” Matsuhisa and the 6,000 vintages at the Wine Loft. Accommodations are a fetching fusion of modern glamour and classic South African style. The One&Only is more than a place to stay; it is a destination in itself.

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Singita Kruger National Park

Singita Kruger was recently voted by Travel+Leisure as the third-best hotel on Earth. Its two lodges, Singita Lebombo and Singita Sweni, were built to reflect Singita’s “touch the earth lightly” philosophy, which is entwined with every aspect of the lodges’ daily life. Lebombo is sensory immersion, a glass-walled haven of elaborate simplicity. Embodying an earthy elegance, Sweni is distinctly African and completely serene.

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Singita Sabi Sand

The lodges of Singita Sabi Sand yield luxurious worlds within a wild land. Boulders’ rough-hewn, rock-and timber aesthetic is infused with such lavish luxuries as private, heated plunge pools. Exceptional quality and refinement pervade the graceful and exclusive Ebony Lodge.

Royal Livingstone Hotel

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.