Accommodation in both Southern and East Africa varies from place to place, dependent on the infrastructure and settlement in different areas. Some destinations visited have high-quality accommodation options complete with fluffy duvets and en-suite bathrooms where at other places it may be more basic with shared facilities. Solo travellers get matched up with same-gender travellers in the same style as on our camping tours, so there's no need to worry about additional supplements once you've booked your tour.
There are of course some places where we are out in wild and natural surroundings and there simply isn't any built accommodation. We've included your tent, mattress and sleeping bag at these destinations so you'll still have a comfortable stay, and get to enjoy the essence of what makes Africa so special.
Our adventure accommodated tours are participation safaris, which means you help out with the daily chores - you and your fellow adventure travellers will be divided into teams to help with cooking and cleaning duties on a rota system. This is great to help you get to know your fellow travellers!
We've selected the best accommodation option at each of our overnight stops - take a look at our gallery to see the different styles along the way.
Ashanti Lodge, Cape Town
Big Cave Camp Rondavel, Matobo NP
Elephant Camp, Okavango Delta
Elephant Camp bush shower & toilet, Okavango Delta
Urban Camp, luxury set tent
Naiberi Camp, Lake Nakuru
Highlanders Camp, Cederberg Area
Sitatunga Camp, Maun
Kipepeo Camp, Dar es Salaam
Elephant Sands set tents, Nata
Chitimba Beach, Lake Malawi
Acacia custom-built adventure vehicle with rain awning, cooking and camping equipment
Our on-board personal lockers are: 700mm (deep) x 330mm (height) x 540mm (wide)
Notice board and book library
Kitchen and cooking equipment
Group travelling and no single supplements
Participation including cooking, washing dishes and camp duties
Adventure Accommodated Tours is for you if...
You like to get out into the wild, but want comfort too
Setting up a tent seems like too much hard work
You are visiting Africa for the first time and want adventure by day, but prefer some comforts at night
A bed is calling after a long day out exploring Africa