Bespoke experiences and exceptional service
What does luxury mean to you? If you define it as ultra-luxe accommodation in unforgettable settings combined with world-class wine and cuisine, outstanding service and excellent attention to detail, you’ve come to the right place.
We take luxury travel in Africa seriously with an holistic approach to spa journeys, food and wine experiences, private guided excursions and more. Whether you’re at the beach or on safari; perusing a menu or roaming a gallery, we’ve curated a collection of unforgettable experiences which exemplify luxury travel in Africa.
The Gallery at Grande Provence has a reputation for showcasing some of South Africa’s finest established and emerging artists as well as a carefully selected group of artists from Europe and America.
Unashamedly romantic and deliciously intimate, pull up a chair and enjoy a luxury dinner for two in a lantern-lit Kruger Park river bed.
The colonial dame of Victoria Falls is the Victoria Falls Hotel, and no trip here is quite complete without a traditional high tea out on the terrace. A true ‘step back into time’ experience.
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The luxury of a private concession within a national reserve means that certain activities – like night drives and selective off-roading – is possible, allowing for up-close and unique encounters with the local wildlife.
For true barefoot luxury, hop over to tiny Mnemba Private Island to enjoy the best of island life in utter exclusivity and privacy.
Meet the makers, movers and shakers in the fashion and design industry at the Watershed, a local hub for all things handmade. Situated at the V&A Waterfront, it’s the perfect opportunity to find a take-home souvenir.
Discover the ultimate bush bedroom. The luxury treehouses at Lion Sands and Kapama are irresistably romantic. Count the shooting stars before drifting off to sleep beneath the Milky Way.
Take a private tour through Cape Town’s Ellerman House and discover works spanning over two centuries, from Thomas Bowler showcasing Cape Town in the 1800s to contemporary works from artists such as Lionel Smith and William Kentridge.