While Africa is home to many of our tried-and-true travel destinations, it’s a new year with many new adventures to be had across this amazing continent.
Here at Tribù, we are eager to share with you our hot new Africa itineraries, from family-friendly travel to Madagascar to the new flight available enabling visitors a convenient way to experience Namibia and Botswana all in one go.
Read more about our three new Africa itineraries below..
Ultimate East Africa
Whether East Africa is among your bucket list destinations or you’re pulling out all the stops for an African honeymoon, our newest itinerary allows visitors to both relax and experience the adventure of the area from gorilla treks in Volcanoes National Park to seeing the Great Migration of native wildlife across the area, visiting the Ngorongoro Crater and indulging in a private-island vacation with four nights in Mnemba Island.
Begin with three nights of sustainable ecotourism at Singita Kwitonda, a brand-new property set in Rwanda’s northwestern corner, abutting the famous Volcanoes National Park and home to world-famous gorilla-trekking experiences. The lodge features eight luxury suites, a private heated plunge pool and breathtaking scenery spanning one-of-a-kind volcano views.
Settle in for the following two nights at the One & Only Nyungwe House — a jungle lodge filled with natural wonders and local flavor delivered by on-site chefs specializing in the flavors of East Africa. Indulge in the forest spa, explore the property’s own tea plantation or hike the area’s pristine wilderness to view chimpanzees and colobus monkeys.
Continue to northern Tanzania for four nights at the 350,000-acre private reserve of Singita’s Faru Faru lodge in the heart of Serengeti, followed by two nights at the Ngorongoro Crater Lodge — a dramatic and romantic destination set on the edge of the world-famous crater, known as the “game lodge at the top of the world.”
Complete the journey with an indulgent four nights on the private island of Mnemba, of the northern tip of Zanzibar. Less than a mile in circumference, the island is an unpretentious paradise nestled adjacent to the famed “spice island,” offering beachside bandas for just 24 guests seeking an exclusive and private African adventure.
Namibia & Botswana
Namibia and Botswana have long been on our list of featured travel destinations, and today we are excited about a brand new flight segment starting between Maun and Windhoek that will make the two countries much more accessible within a single trip.
With a March 2020 opening, the Kwessi Dunes span the first two nights of the journey, featuring an experience in the Namib Desert and towering dunes of Sossusvlei. Flying safaris are popular here as a way to experience the vast landscape from above.
Travel next to Hoanib Valley Camp — one of Namibia’s best vantage points for viewing elephant, giraffe, lion, rhino, zebra and oryx. Private abodes provide a relaxing place between days spent exploring the area and meeting the local Herero people.
The next two nights are spent at Shipwreck Lodge on the famed Skeleton Coast of the country, between the Hoarusib and Hoanib rivers with Atlantic Ocean views, followed by a night in Windhoek; the capital city of Namibia.
Four nights in Botswana’s Tuludi camp followed by four nights at Jack’s Camp — reopening in April 2020 after an update and refurbishment — comprise the second half of the Southern African journey. Settle in to Tuludi, an iconic delta experience Khwai Private Reserve where relaxing vacation-meets-safari, before heading to Jack’s Camp — a Tribù favorite and home to an exclusive experience sent in a vast wildlife camp. Jack’s Camp is home to the only swimming pool tent of its kind in Africa, and it will be made larger through the camp’s expansion and re-opening in April.
South Africa & Madagascar
Geared for the jetsetter couple an adventure-seeking family or couples group, our new South Africa & Madagascar itinerary begins in Cape Town, continues to wine country, and finishes with stays in Sabi Sands Game Reserve, and six nights in the remote island sanctuary of Madagascar’s Nosy Ankao.
The journey begins in Cape Town with three nights in the elegant and chic Ellerman House Villas. A blend of history and modern design, the villas are an excellent hub for exploring Cape Town and the surrounding areas.
Next, the journey turns to wine country in Mt. Rochelle’s Manor House — where a new, private four-bedroom villa has recently been added to the property and serves as a place to indulge in the midst of some of the area’s finest Chardonnay production.
Turn next to the adventure of Sabi Sand Game Reserve and safari with a stay at Cheetah Plains and exclusive Plains Houses — among the handful exclusive-use luxury sustainable safari destinations. The houses can accommodate groups of four to eight, creating a completely private safari experience.
Finally, indulge in six nights at Nosy Ankao, a Madagascar area destination characterized by clear turquoise waters and white sands. The largest of the five archipelago islands, Nosy Ankao was once a fishing village, and today serves as an exclusive island destination off the African coast where guests will enjoy water activities as well as a wealth of wildlife experiences.
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