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Marataba

Marataba is a malaria-free 23000 hectare private concession within the Marakele National Park (Limpopo, South Africa).

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Mhondoro Game Lodge

5-Star Mhondoro Game Lodge is set in Welgevonden, a malaria-free Big 5 game reserve in South Africa.

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Fellow Members

Classic Safari Camp of Africa

The Hide Safari Camp

The Hide is a luxurious, award winning safari camp in the beautiful, wildlife rich Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe.

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Garonga

Garonga Safari Camp and Little Garonga are exclusive camps situated in the greater Makalali Conservancy situated west of the Kruger National Park.

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Makakatana

Makakatana is a luxury lodge on the St Lucia estuary. An intimate, privately owned safari lodge nestled in the heart of Africa’s largest natural estuary in KwaZulu Natal.

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Jaci's Lodges

Jaci’s Lodges, Madikwe Game Reserve – promises an authentic, friendly and welcoming african safari – perfect for honeymoons, weddings, and families.

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Robin Pope Safaris

Robin Pope Safaris launched in 1986, and have always believed in offering exceptional customer care and bespoke holidays.

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Musango Safari Camp

An exclusive 16 bed, owner-run camp on Lake Kariba. Musango offers an abundance of wildlife and bird life, with a large selection of activities available on offer.

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Tongabezi

Tongabezi is a romantic and unique Zambian luxury safari lodge on the banks of the Zambezi River just upstream of Victoria Falls.

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Ant’s Nest and Ant’s Hill are
members of Classic Safari Camps

Classic Safari Camps of Africa is an association of independent, privately owned camps and lodges in some of the most beautiful wildlife and wilderness areas in East and Southern Africa. Each of these unique establishments offers genuine hospitality and an intimate knowledge of Africa’s natural environment, and is dedicated to conservation and the involvement of local communities sharing and conserving the spirit of Africa.

In an increasingly corporate and globalised business environment, Classic Safari Camps of Africa members include some of the last great ‘characters’ of the African safari world. Passionate about their camps and operations, and intimately involved with every aspect of them, the camps reflect their individuality and personal style. Standards and service are of a bygone era, with emphasis on guests’ comfort, relaxation and enjoyment of an authentic African experience in the classic tradition