Our African Safari Hotels/Lodges/Tented Camps Partners in Zimbabwe

Our African Safari Hotels/Lodges/Tented Camps Partners are properties that support our program of charitable giving and agree to accept shipment of Solar Powered Lamps for clients who have purchased the lamps and wish to donate them to a school or clinic during a day drive from the property. Our list of Partners in Zimbabwe is as follows (click or tap to expand):

African Hotels


Hotels are not part of a safari per se. However, it is quite common to stay in a hotel for a night or two in the city where you first arrive in Africa. This will enable you to relax for a day or so and get over your jet lag before you start your safari. In addition, many people like to go to a sea side hotel, again to relax a little, after completing their safari.

Hotels in Africa are similar to hotels in other parts of the world as it relates to luxury and accommodations. It is different from the luxury that you experience at safari lodges and camps. Hotels are included here because they are an important part of planning a safari.

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African Lodges


Safari Lodges are a popular accommodation option in both Eastern Africa, and in Southern Africa. However there are some big differences. Read more…

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African Tented Camps

Tented Camps

These accommodations offer the most authentic and intimate safari experiences, where the wildlife will often come close to you immersing a client in the sights and sounds of Africa. They are set in the bush, ranging in size to accommodate from six guests to forty plus guests and vary in style and luxury to appeal to the guests of different budgets: from the budget conscious guests to the affluent clients and in-between. Read more…

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African Bush Camps

Bush Camps

Bush camps are semi-permanent camps set up in game rich areas. In Southern Africa, such as Botswana and Zambia, they are in operation only during dry months and taken down for the duration of the rainy and hot season, which is from November to March. In Eastern Africa, specifically in Tanzania, they are open year-round but are relocated/moved to follow the famous Wildebeest Migration as the wildebeest move in search of new grass and water on their year round journey. 

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African Mobile Camps

Mobile Camps

No Mobile camps exist yet.

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African Other


No other accommodations exist yet.

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African Safaris and Charitable Giving (Safari Samaritan) is a "for profit" company. All the money we make is from the sale of travel insurance. We make no income on the sale of solar powered lamps, nor do we receive any fees from the manufacturer or distributer of the lamps.

Because we are "for profit", none of the items we suggest you donate while on safari should be considered a tax deductible item, including the solar powered lamps. However, because we are "for Profit”, and make all our money from travel insurance, you can be sure that 100% of the money you donate for solar powered lamps goes to the purchase of the lamps.