African safari camps and lodges are known for being particularly dedicated and wild, more than any other hospitality experience in the rest of the world. Enjoy the most private and dedicated shops on the continent and you will have the best wild experience the world has to offer. There are several private lodges in Safari Africa where you and the family can escape from everyday life in an ultimate exclusive retreat. Here’s a look at the best places to do it.

Bailey tied at Beho Beho. Selous Game Reserve, Tanzania

This is the ultimate old school safari experience. Stained brick walls surround guests in an oasis of old safari romance with sweeping views of towering hills that frighten the horizon. Observe the peaceful and ever-changing landscape of the desert from your private pool. This is the kind of scene that can change in the blink of an eye; a quiet river scene can turn into an elephant playground on a page of your book; an empty field can come to life with the howling of wild dogs in a split second. A stay at Beho Beho is both about watching wildlife from the luxury of your room and about playing.…

Laragai House. Laikipia, Kenya

Laragai House is one of the original private places for those who want exclusivity in a wild place. Laikipia is a paradise for adventurers and the Laragai house is as luxurious as it gets. It really has something to offer for everyone. Here you will feel secluded in nature with a wide and endless view of the hills of Borana. You can swim by the pool and admire the views in the morning, and gallop in nature on horseback in the afternoon. Laragai House is the best option on the continent for horse and wildlife lovers, which you can enjoy in one of the best private safari lodges on the continent.

Mite. Tswalu, South Africa

Twenty-four of your best friends and family can enjoy this fabulous private getaway. The Motse is perhaps best suited for older families with teenagers who want to explore the surrounding wilderness in an abundance of activities, which is what this action-packed private reserve is. Among the guided activities is the search for pangolins, which are (incredibly) very easy to discover here; animal-loving parents more than entertained. Tswalu may also be ideal for younger families, as there are no age restrictions and it is usually one of the few non-malaria reserves in southern Africa. For those who are not limited by malaria areas, the nearby and easily accessible Cape Town is a perfect contrast and addition to an extraordinary Tswalu safari.

Mkombe house in nomad Lamai. Serengeti, Tanzania

Mkombe House is the ultimate Big 5 dream safari solution. The Serengeti National Park is full of life – from July to October you drive directly to Lamai and can experience one of the largest and most spectacular natural events in the world; the Great Wildebeest Migration. Inside, Mkombe cozy house in a huge kjope, huge imposing secret rocks that are typical of this beautiful part of the park.

Staying here is as close to nature as possible. In order to completely avoid other tourists, I recommend a visit in the off-season months, when migration is not nearby. You will always be greeted by some of the best wildlife on the continent, who never leave this action-packed park, but for much less than in the high season.