Treat yourself this year, and travel; from the African bush to the fairest Cape.
Hoyo Hoyo Tsonga Lodge
They say Africa is still home to hidden treasures, and Hoyo Hoyo Tsonga Lodge is definitely one of them. Located on an ancient elephant route in a 10 000 hectare concession of the Kruger National Park, this unique camp is the ideal location to start your African bush escape.
Steeped in modern day opulence and luxury, the combination of the bush, traditional cuisine, the warmth of the accommodation together with the opportunity to witness the lifestyle and culture of the Shangaan people, ensure an unforgettable safari experience.
Gently fall asleep to the sounds of the wild in one of six luxury air conditioned ‘bee-hive’ suites with earth coloured walls, king size beds, en-suite bathrooms, outdoor showers and private game viewing decks. Spend your days on exciting game drives, and guided walks, or indulge yourself in a Nomadic African Spa treatment.
Imbali Safari Lodge
Our next hidden treasure is the Imbali Safari Lodge. Perfectly situated in within the Kruger National Park, this carefully designed safari lodge has minimal impact on the natural environment. Twenty-four guests can look forward to five star luxury suites, each with their own private Jacuzzi and magnificent wooden decks. King-size beds offer the finest furniture and imported linen, whilst en-suite bathrooms enjoy antique baths.
Imbali has been known as the exclusive lodge that continues the safari tradition of a bygone era. Redolent of a hunting lodge, Imbali Safari Lodge is the central point within the Imbali Safari concession, overlooking the Nwatsitswonto riverbed.
With an air of opulence befitting royalty, Imbali Safari Lodge is the perfect African utopia where guests will find serenity. Epitomising traditional African hospitality, visitors are guaranteed an African Safari experience of a lifetime.
Hamilton’s Tented Camp
Named after Colonel Stephenson Hamilton, who was instrumental in establishing the world famous Kruger National Park, Hamilton’s Tented Camp reflects a safari adventure of the early twentieth century, where grace and style were the epitome of luxurious living. With a fine tradition of luxury in true ‘Out of Africa’ style, guests are assigned personal butlers, rangers and trackers in this 1930s themed tented camp.
Six magnificent canvas tents complete with teak floorboards, dreamy mosquito nets, slipper baths, outdoor showers and a superb view of the seasonal river are linked to the main lodge area by raised timber walkways amongst ancient Jackalberry trees. The main lodge is home to an inviting lounge, scattered with early 1900s objets d’art whilst the opulent dining area adds to the delight of this tranquil spot overlooking the river.
The open tented lounge and dining room are perched on wooden decks while a secluded swimming pool and viewing deck offer ultimate privacy. Hamilton’s Tented Safari Camp is one of South Africa’s most unique camps with unrivalled design, service, ambience and personalised cuisine.
Finally, our hidden treasure in the Cape – The Cape Milner
Cradled beneath the majestic Table Mountain in Cape Town’s trendy suburb of Tamboerskloof, lies The Cape Milner. This exquisite coastal hotel offers a sophisticated and contemporary ambience with only the highest standards in style as well as luxury.
Renowned for excellent service, a chic atmosphere and stunning interior decor, The Cape Milner was voted one of South Africa’s best boutique hotels by acclaimed local magazine, House and Leisure. Ideally located within walking distance of Kloof Street, a wide variety of fashionable restaurants and nightlife is available to all its visitors. The hotel is an ideal meeting place for business people and friends alike, mixing business with pleasure whilst sipping a leisurely cocktail watching the sun set over the fairest, finest Cape.