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Botswana Zarafa Camp

Ecological waterside lodgings amid the private Selinda Reserve

Established after its co-founders found a sense of tranquillity resting under a tree, which now lies at the heart of the camp, and named both after a giraffe and the Arabic for "the beloved one", Zafara stands as a bastion of eco-principles and environmentally friendly practices. Much of the buildings and furnishings come from upcycled and recycled sources, the resulting tented spaces a gorgeous blend of colonial styling – deep leather sofas and armchairs atop recovered teak wood flooring leading out to terraces with sunken pools – storm lanterns lit by nightfall, and with romantic views out across the calm waters of the Zibadianja Lagoon.

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