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Holiday Type / Digital Detox Holidays in Africa

It is time to 'de-tech'; turn off your phone, iPad and mp3 player and explore the riches of your natural surroundings, invigorating your senses with new sights, smells and sounds.

Tubu Tree Camp

Set on Hunda Island within the Jao Concession the camp’s eight tents, including one family tent, are raised on decks to take in the spectacular vistas of the Okavango Delta floodplains. Accommodation is simple and comfortable, the en-suite bathrooms complemented by an outdoor shower. Wooden walkways lead to the main camp with lounge and dining areas, together with a bar shaded by a giant marula tree, and a small pool that’s ideal for post-safari cooling off. In addition to day and night safaris, guests can enjoy catch-and-release fishing and go...

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andBeyond Vamizi Island

Ringed by pure white sands and dazzling azure waters, andBeyond Vamizi Island is the epitome of castaway chic. Spacious, romantically furnished villas lie along a gently shelving ten kilometre stretch of pristine beach, each with private sitting area and sundeck. A short drive from the main lodge are six private villas offering the ultimate in privacy and seclusion, with saltwater pools and full complement of staff. Tropical cuisine featuring the freshest seafood may be enjoyed in the dining room or on the beach. Plentiful activities, some at l...

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Kilimanjaro Climb

Snow-capped and visible for miles, Mount Kilimanjaro is an awe-inspiring sight and at 5,895 metres high it is the jewel in Tanzania’s crown. Challenging, rewarding and exhilarating in equal measure, reaching Africa’s highest peak – also the tallest free-standing mountain in the world – is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, trekking through valleys and forested slopes, then onto rocky terrain and steep ascents, the views intensifying the higher you climb. There are several routes up the mountain, each with varying degrees of difficulty. Machame, o...

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Duba Plains Camp

Tucked away in the fertile northerly reaches of the Okavango Delta, the camp supports the largest concentration of biomass in the Delta, and is one of the first to receive the annual flood waters. Typified by palm-dotted islands and flood plains, the terrain provides a rich habitat for large numbers of buffalo, red lechwe, lion and increasing numbers of leopard. Reopened in March 2017 after a complete rebuild on the original site, Duba Plains features a raised central dining area with an interactive chef’s kitchen, wine cellar and library. The ...

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Jack's Camp

Set amidst the seeming emptiness of the vast Makgadikgadi salt pans and grasslands - geophysical relic of a giant super lake - award-winning Jack’s Camp offers a genuine wilderness experience. Classic 1940’s style canvas tents provide atmospheric living graced with Persian rugs and paraffin lamps, the luxury en-suite bathrooms complemented by indoor and outdoor showers, the private veranda provides rugged wilderness views. Candle-lit dinners, inclusive of excellent wines, are served in the elegant mess tent, while a small library and numerous a...

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