Samuel and Florence Baker romantically travelled together through the African Wilds, an unusual occurrence for their era. This suite has a romantic feel with a beautiful hand carved four-poster bed
Richard Burton, a controversial character donning a turban, historically he translated the Arabian Nights into English. A richly decorated twin or double suite
Mary Kingsley, a nineteenth century spinster, explored with humble resources collecting fish and insects samples for the Royal Geographic Society. An understated twin or double suite
The most widely known explorer of Africa's colonial history. A twin or double luxury traveller suite
The Baines Presidential Suite, named after Thomas Baines, artist and engineer, has two full suites joined by a spacious living area and open plan kitchen. Dining at the Presidential can either be experienced in the privacy of the suite, served by a Tintswalo chef or guests may enjoy any of the main lodge dining venues.
Guests in the Presidential Suite can remain in quiet seclusion with private guided activities or can make use of the main lodge facilities.
Children are welcome in this suite, main lodge facilities are however for adults only, unless prior arrangement has been made
John Hanning Speke, a true gentleman, also in search of the illusive source of the Nile. A spacious luxury suite with large four-poster
Originally a Welshman, Henry Morton Stanley was the man who found Livingston. A beautifully appointed double suite with a large sleigh bed.
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