Sarara is a lodge both intimate and limitless, nestled within the pristine expanse of the Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy
Sarara means “meeting place” in the Samburu language.
Segera Retreat lies at the heart of the Laikipia Plateau, protecting 50,000 acres of the Ewaso Ecosystem, where a series of fertile river valleys sustain the second-highest density of wildlife in Kenya.
Visit a neighboring village to learn about daily life for pastoralists like the Maasai, Samburu, and Turkana, and take part in their cultural rituals and commerce pursuits.
With Ireland’s second largest lake at the doorstep and hundreds of acres of parklands to explore, Ashford is a royal gateway to a wide range of experiences, whether it’s a zip-lining adventure, a peaceful afternoon of fly-fishing, or an encounter with the traditions of rural Ireland.
Whether you’re taking afternoon tea, sampling wines with the sommelier in a secret passageway, or scheduling a hot stone massage, the staff and the ambience at Ashford Castle are warm and welcoming.
Bushmans Kloof is an intimate lodge that connects you with the spiritual legacy of the San like no place else, granting access to the mesmerizing rock art paintings harbored by their private reserve.
Since its opening in 1996, Bushmans Kloof has shown a remarkable dedication to preserving the cultural legacy of the Cederberg region—an area that harbored one of the oldest civilizations on Earth.
NAMUNYAK WILDLIFE CONSERVANCY, KENYA
Nestled within 850,000 protected acres surrounding the Mathews Range, Sarara Camp invites guests to experience the pristine wilderness of northern Kenya and the age-old culture of the Samburu people.
In a secluded valley near fabled Shangri-La, traditional Tibetan farmhouses have been stunningly rebuilt and restored, offering an inspiring immersion in ethnic Tibetan culture deep in the mountains of Yunnan.
Encircled by lush botanical gardens, Segera Retreat is an oasis-like sanctuary at the heart of the Laikipia Plateau, where rolling scrublands hold magnificent wildlife and vibrant pastoralist cultures.
Built by the Normans some 800 years ago and owned for nearly a century by the Guinness family, Ashford Castle is a medieval gem set amid the gorgeous countryside north of Galway.
THE WESTERN CAPE, SOUTH AFRICA
Situated in the UNESCO-protected Cape Floral Region, this secluded wilderness retreat boasts some 18,000 acres of open plains—where Cape mountain zebras roam freely and more than 130 rock art sites tell the story of the San people’s ancient heritage.
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