Planning a big birthday, anniversary extravaganza, or exciting elopement this year? Why settle for the ordinary when you can ring in your special occasions surrounded by the wild safari areas and animals of Africa? Picture this: your very own slice of the wild, reserved exclusively for your small group of friends and family, creating the perfect setting for a bash like no other. Visit Wilderness’ incredible destinations and make 2024 the year of extraordinary celebrations.
Wilderness Little Mombo, Botswana
Exclusive and intimate, Little Mombo in Botswana is a smaller version of sister camp, Mombo, and is exceptional for sole use up to eight guests. Here, the Okavango Delta reveals one of the finest wildlife and Safari destinations in Africa. Boasting a dedicated lounge, dining area, kitchen and boma, your meals and activities are tailored to your needs. Additionally, for those seeking extra amenities like a spa or gym, life’s little indulgences are readily available.
Wilderness Little Kulala, Namibia
Retreat to the Namib Desert, where peace and privacy can be found in all the spaces at Wilderness Little Kulala. Gather for a morning yoga session on the endless sands, go on a walk together in search of a fascinating array of insects, reptiles, and wildlife. Quad bike, or run up sand dunes, and then return to your suite’s private pool for some R&R before gathering for an evening of African tapas, some drinks around the boma fire or a night of stargazing.
Wilderness Ruckomechi, Zimbabwe
Find adventure together in Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools at Wilderness Ruckomechi. Head out on a game drive in search of wildlife. Go canoeing or tigerfishing in the Zambezi River. Or on foot, take in the pristine beauty of this wild, wonderful place. Back in camp, 10 spacious suites (including two family units), a perfectly positioned swimming pool and expansive deck, all overlook the iconic Zambezi River, providing the perfect venue for celebrations where you may just welcome some safari guests.
Wilderness is a world-leading conservation and hospitality company, offering unforgettable and exclusive adventures that positively impact conservation and communities. Operating in eight countries, with more than 60 exceptional camps and lodges, Wilderness helps protect some 2.3 million hectares (6 million acres) of exclusive wilderness. Its goal – to double that by 2030. Wilderness has been creating impactful journeys for four decades, with its beginnings in Botswana in 1983. Wilderness’ purpose today is stronger than ever: To increase the world’s wilderness, together.www.wildernessdestinations.com