Solo Traveller

Solo Travel

Travelling on a safari to Africa alone? During the low seasons and certain times of the year we’ve wavered single supplements for our lodges and camps in Southern and East Africa.

Solo travel. Liberating or petrifying? Some call it the ultimate self-indulgence as you do what you want to do - all the time! Travelling alone doesn’t mean travelling lonely. It’s the most conducive way to meet people from different corners of the world.

Botswana Chobe Chilwero - Solo travel

Self Indulgence

One thing's for sure. Nothing compares to the freedom of your own agenda. Some days you may decide to rise before the sun and set out to seize the day. The next day it will be perfectly alright to sleep in until midday. When you travel to Southern Africa during our green and low season month, single supplements will be wavered. From 6 January to 14 June and again from 1 November to 5 January. For Kenya and Uganda, there will be no single supplement from 1 April to 20 June and from 1 November to 15 December.

Tanzania Kusini - Solo travel

Solo Travel Itineraries

Botswana and Victoria Falls 8 night safari: Experience the magic of the Okavango Delta and the wildlife that frequents it as well the huge elephant population of the Chobe, followed by the inspiring Victoria Falls.

Highlights of Botswana 6 night safari: This safari package includes stays at two tented camps in private concessions in the Okavango Delta, as well as a luxury lodge with a full spa.

Best of Masai Mara 3 night safari: The perfect introduction to a Kenyan safari - a three night stay at the award-winning tented camp Sanctuary Olonana in the heart of the Masai Mara, home to all of Africa's Big Five and Big Cats.

Serengeti Safari 3 night safari: Experience the endless plains of the Serengeti with a luxury stay at Sanctuary Kusini, the only permanent tented camp in the southern Serengeti.