Here’s some extraordinary hotel experiences you’ll want to add to that bucket and give you plenty of bragging rights at your next cocktail party:
With 143 meters of direct and private access to the beach, the 17,857 sq. foot private villa with four bedroom suites, three plunge pools and a private chef available 24/7 – the St. Regis Villa is the ultimate family/group getaway.
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With 470 ft. of direct and private access to the beach, the 17,857 sq. foot private villa with four bedroom suites, three plunge pools and a private chef available 24/7 – the St. Regis Villa is the ultimate family/group getaway.
Africa is big. Breathtakingly, ground-shatteringly big; and it’s giant in more than just the incredible expanse. The ruggedly charming continent encases history of thousands of years like fine wine with each sip revealing more secrets; along with cultures so diverse and rich it’s practically dripping in elegance.
What wondrous feeling must he had, when David Livingstone, the Scottish missionary, and explorer set out onto the broad land of Africa and discovered the marvelous Victoria Falls?
Deep in the heart of the southern African country of Zambia, in the South Luangwa National Park, quietly exists two very special safari camps: Camp Chinzombo and Luwi Camp of Norman Carr Safaris.
Set in the tranquil and exclusive tree-lined ambassadorial suburb of Sandhurst, on the northwestern slope of Johannesburg, the Saxon Hotel, exemplifies five-star elegance and unparalleled South African hospitality.
While the thought of a 16 hour flight can be a bit daunting, South African Airways whisks you in style with a direct flight from JFK to Johannesburg.
The next morning, as things often do unfold in Kenya, it just kept getting better. I awoke to several adult warthogs and their babies trotting, tails up, through the savannah, just steps away from my patio at Sweetwaters Serena Camp.