The year in review
It's December and time to reflect upon the most successful year Safari Architects has had since its inception. 2017 has been a fulfilling year on all fronts – we’ve had fantastic guest feedback on some great safaris, increased our staff complement, been humbled by the incredible work done in conservation efforts and had lots of fun in between. Our travels took us to no less than 11 African countries where we encountered some unforgettable sightings, the highlights of which speak for themselves. 2018 is going
50 Moments from 2017
2017 has been one of our most productive years at Safari Architects. We have travelled across the African continent and have provided lasting experiences for all of the guests who chose to travel with us. From the Cape to the Sabi Sands and the Timbavati. The Kalahari, the Namib and the Skeleton Coast. We have ventured over the swamps of the Okavango Delta and along the spillway of the Selinda. On foot with Elephants in Zimbabwe, chasing wild dogs in the
The finer things…
The finer things that can be appreciated at luxury safari lodges is a facet of our business that adds to the complete picture of what we do. Wildlife viewing and the game experience is what brings us to Africa and the reserves, but once we are there we realise there is so much more. We take you through our thoughts on how we feel this adds to the overall experience. Immaculate spaces Waking up and falling asleep at your lodge should be
Safari Architects – Why we do it?
Have you ever thought about travelling to Africa? Or have you been before and now thinking about your return? If either of these questions resonate with you, you may want to continue reading… We are often asked: “What do you guys actually do?” As if our stories and pictures of the bush are too good to be true, and this certainly can't be our full-time job. The idea of living out one’s passion every day and making it into a career