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Making Unforgettable family memories with Sanctuary Retreats

October 1, 2019 Hotel News No Comments

The astonishing landscape and superb selection of wildlife in Africa make for an unforgettable experience, regardless of travellers’ ages. In fact, the experts will tell you that a safari offers the perfect – and increasingly rare, opportunity in a demanding, modern world for families to reconnect, and fully immerse themselves in the wonders of the natural world.

Boutique luxury safari specialist, Sanctuary Retreats, has several properties ideally tailored towards creating the family trip of a lifetime. From private houses at Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma, to its comprehensive children’s program at Sanctuary Chobe Chilwero and the sublime Geoffrey Kent Suite at Sanctuary Olonana, it is expert at creating lasting, magical memories for the entire family!

Sanctuary Chobe Chilwero, Botswana

Boasting fabulous suites for families, not to mention a host of dedicated children’s programs and activities, plus a fence surrounding the lodge’s entire perimeter; Sanctuary Chobe Chilwero is an ideal family safari destination for those with younger children in tow.

Three of the Lodge’s stylish new suites feature an extra adjoining bedroom, making them perfect for families. Featuring elegant furnishings in a palette of pale sky blues, soft greys and sandy yellows, each one comes with heavenly beds, a generous freestanding bath, and its own rain shower guaranteed to make bath time lots of fun. Outside, guests can relax on their own expansive private terrace, just the spot to sip a cocktail, enjoy a romantic private dinner or simply soak up unparalleled panoramic views across islands and floodplains as far across as Namibia.

Sanctuary Chobe Chilwero’s children’s program offers a variety of fun and educational activities, including guided walks within the grounds of the Lodge, treasure hunts, kids’ croquet on the lawn and pizza making classes with the resident chef. Expert guides will also take children out on special shortened game drives.

Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma, Zambia

Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma’s two private Chuma Houses are ideal for larger families. With two ensuite bedrooms, a spacious lounge, dining area, each house offers a sophisticated take on modern safari life, with stylish interiors marrying local artworks with hand crafted artefacts and rugs. Even better, each one comes with a private plunge pool and its very own chef, who will cater to the fussiest of tiny taste buds.

Children will also enjoy tailor-made game drives and visits to the local Nakatindi Village School. And in the evening, they can enjoy a picnic dinner by the campfire, while parents indulge in a little ‘me time’ on a sundowner cruise down the Chobe River.

Sanctuary Olonana, Kenya

Sanctuary Retreats’ flagship property, the luxurious Sanctuary Olonana safari lodge, is set on a private stretch of the Mara River, deep in the heart of Kenya’s most famous game reserve, the Maasai Mara. The lodge boast fourteen suites, three of which feature an extra bedroom for children. But for the ultimate luxury experience or for large or multi-generational families, it is hard to beat the Geoffrey Kent Suite. The exclusive-use Suite is set apart from the other suites and is far and away Olonana’s most extravagant accommodation option, its sophisticated, free-flowing space offering up two private ensuite bedrooms and one additional bedroom for children.

Everything, in fact, is positioned to allow the Geoffrey Kent Suite’s guests to feel as if they have Sanctuary Olonana all to themselves. The lodge is accessed by a private road and features an exclusive lounge and dining area, a personal chef on standby to prepare meals and snacks on demand, not to mention the lodge’s own dedicated safari guide and vehicle.

Sanctuary Olonana also offers a range of engaging children’s program. Kids can join specialist game drives, followed by a trip to a local village where they can immerse themselves in Maasai culture; learning how to make and shoot a traditional bow and arrow, make a fire and perform traditional dances.

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