Our Accomodations


Our Accomodations

In Africa as a whole, you'll find a wide variety of tourist accommodations to suit every taste and budget. Here are some common types of tourist accommodations found across the continent:

Vila rosa kempinski in Nairobi Kenya

City Hotels

Africa's major cities, such as Cairo, Johannesburg, Nairobi, Lagos, and Cape Town, boast a variety of hotels catering to business and leisure travelers. These range from internationally renowned chains to locally owned boutique hotels, offering a range of amenities and convenient access to urban attractions, dining, and shopping.

Read More
Beach resorts

Beach Resorts

Along the coasts of Africa, particularly in destinations such as Mauritius, Seychelles, Zanzibar, and the Kenyan and Tanzanian coastlines, you'll find a plethora of beach resorts catering to travelers seeking sun, sand, and sea. These resorts range from large, all-inclusive complexes to smaller boutique hotels, offering a range of water sports, spa facilities, and entertainment options.

Read More
Luxury Hotel

Luxury Safari Lodges & Camps

Africa is famous for its wildlife safaris, and many countries offer luxurious lodges and tented camps situated in or near national parks and game reserves. These accommodations provide guests with an immersive safari experience while offering high-end amenities, gourmet dining, and personalized service.

Read More
nature reserves

Eco Lodges & Nature Retreats

With the increasing emphasis on sustainable travel, eco-lodges and nature retreats have become popular across Africa. These accommodations are often located in remote natural settings, such as rainforests, mountains, or wildlife reserves, and focus on environmental conservation and community engagement. 

Read More

Cultural Homestays and Guesthouses

For travelers interested in cultural immersion and authentic experiences, many African communities offer homestays and guesthouses where visitors can stay with local families or in traditional accommodations. These experiences provide insight into local customs, traditions, and ways of life, allowing travelers to forge meaningful connections with host communities.

Read More