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Swakopmund is one of the most popular tourist towns on the coast and has many places to stay - from self-catering to boutique hotels and country clubs. It's Namibia's adventure capital with loads of activities to do - from visits to townships and the fascinating welwitschia desert plants to quad biking, sand boarding, hot air ballooning, scenic flights and fishing.
Namibia, as vast and sprawling as the country is, has limited accommodation options. Namibia is so popular that accommodation demand exceeds supply during peak season, from June to October. It is best to book your Namibian safari and accommodation far in advance to ensure first choice availability.
There are only a few safari lodges at Aberdare, mostly with fascinating histories of bygone days.
Tsavo National Park is Kenya's biggest game park by far. It's nine times bigger than the famous Maasai Mara National Reserve and has some excellent safari lodges.
The Kenyan coast offers a range of accommodation options, from intimate boutique hotels to large family resorts providing a range of activities and entertainment.
The Laikipia area has seen a growth in private wildlife conservancies, as well as private ranches. To cater for visiting tourists, some of the conservancies have built safari lodges with various degrees of luxury, although most tend to be high-end where you can expect to be pampered.
Great game viewing with only a few lodges and tented safari camps makes Samburu an ideal choice if you have a crowd aversion.
Nakuru is thriving region in Kenya, situated at the base of the Great Rift Valley. It attracts many people as its close to many of Kenya's top tourist attractions.
As you'd expect of a large African capital city, there is a wide variety of hotels, lodges, guesthouses and country houses in and around Nairobi.
Undeniably the most popular safari destination in Kenya, the Maasai Mara is also the most crowded, with more safari camps, mobile tented camps and lodges then any other safari destination.
Meru National Park is one of Kenya's most rugged, untamed and scenic game reserves.
An emerald green oasis within wide grasslands, Amboseli has many perennial swamps watched over by Mount Kilimanjaro. Amboseli National Park is the one of the best places in East Africa to see vast herds of elephants.