You can be reassured that your World Discovery Safaris itinerary includes clean, safe, and highly rated accommodations for your enjoyment and comfort. Here we offer you a sampling of our trusted accommodation resources. Specific accommodation information is generally listed in each detailed itinerary.


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Victoria Falls Hotel

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Victoria Falls Hotel, populary known as “the grand old lady of the falls”, is a luxurious 5-Star Hotel on a World Heritage site overlooking the magnificent “Victoria Falls”, One of the Natural Wonders of the World. Established in 1904, and recently redecorated. This gracious colonial style hotel is set in the lush tropical gardens and epitomizes the romance of grand travel, offering total relaxation.


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Cape Grace Hotel

Cape Town, South Africa

Staying at Cape Grace is an experience in itself, melding the modern comforts of a Cape Town luxury hotel with traditional Cape culture. And there is no better position for a V&A Waterfront hotel than with Table Mountain standing sentry and towering over the hotel, a working harbour to one side and a multi-millionaire yacht basin on the other.

It’s a heady mix of tantalizing experiences, which makes time spent at Cape Grace something to remember forever.


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Savuti Camp

Northern Botswana

Savuti Camp is situated in an isolated part of the Linyanti Concession, a deep, clear waterway harbouring hippo and aquatic life with myriad varieties of waterbirds. This intimate camp’s en-suite accommodation is in seven large walk-in tents that are raised off the ground and face onto the Savute Channel. From the camp’s thatched dining area, a plunge pool and large viewing area with fire pit extend outwards on raised wooden decks, providing a wonderful view of the Savute Channel and its wildlife.


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Vumbura Plains Camp

Northern Botswana

Vumbura Plains Camp is a luxury camp situated in the extreme north of the Okavango Delta. The Camp comprises two separate seven-roomed satellite camps, each with its own raised dining, lounge and bar area tucked beneath a canopy of cool, shady, indigenous trees. Each large, luxurious room is raised off the ground on wooden decks with a bedroom, lounge, shower and full en-suite bathroom. Outdoor showers are standard. Each room also has a plunge pool and ‘sala’ – a comfortable area to lie and relax, watching the waving grasses of the floodplain.