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We are all itching to once again travel, to again enjoy nature and all she has to offer.

So let’s do that with some fantastic prices for you!

Book now for stays in 2020

Note: SADC/Resident Rates may only be made 2-4 weeks prior to arrival. Ideal for last minute travel plans.

Your choice of luxurious, eco conscious safari camps in extraordinary wildlife destinations. Simply choose your camp(s) and our team will put together the perfect itinerary for you at these HUGE DISCOUNTED RATES – not to be missed.


Rekero Camp, Maasai Mara

from $231 per person per night

Rekero is ideally located for viewing the Great Migration, when vast herds of wildebeest cross back and forth between Kenya and Tanzania, braving the dangers of rivers, on their circular trek around the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem. Close to the Talek and Mara rivers in the south of the Masai Mara, Rekero lies in the heart of one of the most game-rich areas the Reserve has to offer, with a remarkable abundance and variety of year-round wildlife and spectacular scenery.

Rekero is an intimate, comfortable, and relaxed riverside safari camp in the heart of the African wilderness. Hippos grunt in the pools below, the smell of wild sage drifts through the air and herds of wildebeest and zebra often can be seen from the main deck as they cross the Talek River. This ideal location means that fantastic game viewing can continue, even when relaxing in camp. The friendly and highly skilled camp crew have worked together for many years; together with our internationally recognised guiding team, they create a truly insightful safari experience every time.

Perfect for anyone, from solo travellers, to couples and small groups.

Mara Bush Houses (Private Safari Homes), Maasai Mara

from $935 per night, based on x4 adults sharing per house

Designed to be your very own private bush home in the middle of Africa’s greatest ecosystem, Topi House occupies a coveted spot with unrivalled access to the eastern side of the Maasai Mara Game Reserve. The house has three spacious en-suite bedrooms that are linked by a large veranda running along the front facade. At the far end is the living area, which is made up of an open-plan sitting/dining room complete with an open log fire.

Guests can also relax around a campfire near the house, under the stars. Your team will prepare all meals to the usual high standard and will cater for bush picnics or lunches out on the lawn under the shade of the acacia trees. Topi House is not hosted but comes with a full complement of well-trained and experienced staff at your disposal, including a chef, professional safari guide and house manager to ensure a seamlessly run and personal safari experience. The area, with its rolling hills, is also ideal for bush picnics and sundowners with a view.

Perfect for families and small groups.



Ubuntu Migration Camp, Serengeti National Park

from $249 per person per night

Ubuntu Migration Camp stops at three spectacular locations across the north, west and south of the Serengeti, following in the tracks of massive herds of wildebeest as they cross the vast plains of the Serengeti in an ancient migration cycle.

Shadowing the wildebeest’s every move, Ubuntu Camp uncovers fascinating and unexplored corners of this great wilderness, ensuring that first-class game viewing is never far away. With their unwavering focus on keeping pace with the migration, Ubuntu’s guides have an enviable reputation for bringing this remarkable natural phenomenon to life. The camp itself is intimate and personal, and the seven spacious tented suites epitomise traditional East African safari charm.

Perfect for anyone, from solo travellers, couples, families and small groups.

Namiri Plains, Eastern Serengeti National Park

from $261 per person per night

This is big-cat territory, where cheetah roam the area in pursuit of prey, and lion and leopard hunt undisturbed.
Embodying the same wholesome values, and excellent staff and guiding that Namiri Plains is well-known for, the new camp boasts remarkably improved accommodation and an enhanced guest experience.

We welcome you to explore this incredible corner of the Serengeti from the comfort of the upgraded Namiri Plains. Expansive views from our larger room decks, unmatched privacy, the addition of an information centre, pool, spa, and many more enticing inclusions make Namiri Plains a destination that is perfect for any safari lover. As always, sightings of apex predators are unrivalled within this special region of the Serengeti so when staying with us you are sure to experience an exclusive and action-packed safari.

Perfect for those wanting escapism, within vast expanses of wilderness and phenomenal wildlife.

The Highlands, Ngorongoro Conservation Area

from $234 per person per night

The Highlands redefines the Ngorongoro Crater experience. Set on the edge of the mountain forest hugging the Olmoti volcano to the north of Ngorongoro Crater, The Highlands strikes a perfect balance between a true wilderness experience and a high-style, contemporary escape.

Experience the highlands of the wild Ngorongoro Conservation Area surrounding the camp, home to leopard, buffalo and elephant. A Ngorongoro Crater safari is jaw-droppingly beautiful. Follow ancient Maasai trails to the summit of the Olmoti crater and visit local communities to catch a glimpse into the traditional Maasai way of life that has defined this corner of East Africa for centuries. The famous Ngorongoro Crater is easily accessible from camp, while the setting ensures maximum privacy, a rich adventure and a range of activities not possible elsewhere in Ngorongoro.

Perfect for those wanting to experience quiet nature, with visits to world famous Ngorongoro Crater

Kwihala Camp, Ruaha National Park

from $248 per person per night

Set in Tanzania’s iconic Ruaha National Park, this small frontier-style camp provides exceptional access to the park’s huge populations of big cats, buffalo and elephants. Relatively unexplored, Ruaha is one of the largest national parks in Africa, ensuring a true wilderness experience.

Kwihala is an intimate six-bedroom camp where simple excellence is the order of the day. The adventurous will relish the remarkable concentration of wildlife roaming this diverse landscape, which ranges from baobab trees and granite kopjes to open plains with cooling rivers and woodland valleys. With the option of bush walks and night drives with our highly knowledgeable guides, safari doesn’t get better than this.

Perfect for those wanting to get away from the crowds to a less visited safari spot.

Rubondo Island Camp, Rubondo Island, Lake Victoria

from $284 per person per night

Rubondo Island – in the southwest corner of Lake Victoria – is for those seeking the thrill of adventure in a truly wild area, all but untouched by man. The camp – the only lodgings on this verdant island – immerses you in this lush and unspoilt ecosystem.

From its lakefront location to the ecofriendly design of the eight fabulous cottages, the camp offers unrivaled access to this one-of-a-kind destination, where elephant roam wild, colourful birds and butterflies flit through the pristine indigenous rainforest and the waters teem with hippo, crocodile and the iconic Nile perch.

Activities include forest walks and drives, birding and boat trips.

Chimpanzee Habituation Experience: Home to a very special group of chimpanzees whose ancestors were brought here in the 1960’s as part of an ambitious conservation project (former zoo Chimpanzees released into the wild), today you can be part of the habituation process. Available for a limited time, this is a unique opportunity to join the habituation team as they accustom the chimps to the presence of humans and witness them up close in the wild.

Perfect for the adventure seeker in you.

Matemwe Lodge, Zanzibar

from $228 per person per night

Perched on an outcrop overlooking a shallow, coral-fringed lagoon on the quiet northeastern coast of Zanzibar Island, Matemwe Lodge’s blissful location and famously relaxed atmosphere make it the ideal place to unwind. Whether you take a break in a hammock or dive the depths of the Indian Ocean, Matemwe Lodge provides an unbeatable island escape.

Privacy and exclusivity are paramount at Matemwe, where the beach is still one of the quieter and more exclusive locations on the island.

A 30-minute boat ride away is Mnemba Island and the world-renowned coral reef that provides some of the most spectacular diving and snorkelling in the world, with a high chance of seeing turtles and wild dolphins, in addition to the colourful reef fish that dart around the coral. Matemwe is just 60 minutes’ drive from Stone Town, allowing for easy day trips into the winding streets of the historic town, and excursions to all corners of this fascinating island.

Perfect for extensions to safari itineraries and those wanting relaxation on this iconic island.

Rate Inclusions

Kenya & Tanzania Rates Include: Twice daily guided game drive activities (Chimpanzee permits at Rubondo additional), all meals and drinks (except premium), limited laundry, wifi and airtstrip transfers to camp.

Zanzibar Rates Include: Half board based accommodation (breakfast & dinner), tea, coffee and filtered drinking water, guided reef walks and guided cultural village walks, kayaking.

Booking terms & conditions apply. Full list of inclusions and exclusions provided upon quotation.



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COVID-19 POLICY: Should your booking be negatively impacted as a result of the current Covid-19 outbreak continuing into late 2020 and 2021, then Captured In Africa will allow ONE free of charge CHANGE to any date within 12 months of your original travel date.
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