IN a land where once the ancient Bushmen lived in harmony to the rhythms of nature, are some of the largest private conservancies in Africa, providing the traveler with a wonderful wilderness experience.
Like the San (Bushmen) people of antiquity, the modern owners of these beautiful tracts of land, hold the same respect and reverence for nature and her bounty of wildlife, so animals have had the opportunity to thrive again.
Here, erosion has sculpted an incredible array of natural wonders and spectacular scenery where the traveler can again bond with nature in a complete and undiluted experience, which penetrates to the very heart of Africa.
Lodges here are luxurious and exclusive, yet simple and unsophisticated, evoking an air of humility, which is appropriate in such a majestic setting. Isolated by the immensity of earth and sky, this is a celebration of the roughly expansive lifestyle of Colonial Africa. Access is either by road as part of a self-drive excursion, or the visitor can be flown directly to the lodges by private charter.