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Best accommodation places in Africa

Africa is rich in accommodation opportunities that offer people an authentic experience. From luxurious resorts, comfortable hostels to countryside houses, everyone will get want they expect. Whether you are in search of a posh hotel in the middle of the cosmopolitan cities, or you look for a place where you can camp while you explore the wildlife of the continent, start your holiday plans.

Choose the Bushmans Kloof if you want an adventure in the heart of nature and a fancy guest room at the same time. You can admire the beautiful landscapes, sandstone formations and go on a hike in the Cederberg Mountains. Get a taste of the tropical paradise in Marrakech, Morocco and enjoy the exotic gardens, pool and architecture of “Les Jardins de la Medina”.

In case you are a fan of the peaceful regions perfect for your safari, take advantage of the fabulous facilities of the Camp Okavango in Botswana. From traditional tents to terraces with breathtaking views and lovely decorated rooms, you will never get bored. For the animal lovers, the Amboseli Serena Safari lodge is a fantastic choice when you visit Kenya. You will see elephants or hippos right at your front door.

Safari enthusiasts will love the Serengeti Sopa Lodge while they travel in Tanzania. Bring your family here for a memorable vacation and take joy the splendid views of giraffes or zebras from the comfort of your balcony. While you are in the country, you can also stay at the Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge and take pleasure in the surreal scenery of the savannah from the traditionally built little houses.

For a romantic honeymoon, newlyweds can make reservation at the Pinewood resort in Kenya and relax on the beach while they sip their cocktails. You will love the ocean views, delicious meals and friendly staff. Keep in mind that no matter where you are headed, you will encounter excellent conditions that will turn your holiday into a dream come true. Select your favorite accommodation and start your African exploration!

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