Sustainable, Collaborative, Educational And MEGA
18 September 2018

MEGAFAM 2018

After more than 22 months of gestation before giving birth to an elephant prepping and planning, SUSTAINABLE AFRICA MEGAFAM kicks off this week:

8 Journeys
#Rainforests2Rhinos | #PendaKenya | #MagicMoZA | #PrimateAndMigrate
#TZSafariJunkies | #ShaZambia | #SandSquad | #DhowDeltaDine

11 Countries
Republic of the Congo | Central African Republic | South Africa | Kenya
Mozambique | Uganda | Rwanda | Tanzania | Zambia | Namibia | Botswana

55 Travel partners
From Australia, Canada, Germany, Netherlands, South Africa, Switzerland, Tanzania, UK, USA and Zimbabwe

Over US$ 45 000 Park & Conservation fees paid

1 MEGA workshop

and 1 lesson learned:
if you thought your clients were bad... try and co-ordinate 55 tour operators :)

And it will all be on Instagram. Follow along @sustainableafrica & #megafam18.

VISIONARY. AUTHENTIC. SUSTAINABLE. TRUSTED.
Sustainable Africa is a dynamic environment committed to Africa’s future through visionary hotels, lodges and travel partners, seeking authentic and sustainable experiences within a trusted, mutually-beneficial relationship.
 
Sustainable Africa

Follow along!

Suzanne

PS: Hindsight is 2020, we are still undecided about MegaFam 2020. :)

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Kwandwe Great Fish River Lodge

This founding lodge features a classic-contemporary style of simple elegance that embraces the lodge's splendid setting high up on a steep bank overlooking the Great Fish River. The colour scheme comprises a calm and natural palette of earthy tones, from khaki browns to charcoal greys. Pewter and glass add an effortless yet understated glamour to the furnishings; artefacts such as ostrich eggshells, hides and horns create subtle points of interest and relevance to the lodge's surrounds, whilst natural linens and plenty of texture preserve its simple but sophisticated atmosphere. Stone walls, thatch roofs and long wooden walkways bring natural materials into the interiors, blurring the distinction between inside and outside.

The nine luxurious suites have been designed to take full advantage of the spectacular scenery. Floor-to-ceiling framed glass doors fold back to reveal an uninterrupted wilderness, and the en-suite bathrooms, complete with bath as well as indoor and outdoor showers, separate loo and twin basins offer unmatched views over the sweeping landscape beyond. Keep cool with overheadfans and air conditioning, and enjoy a spacious thatched veranda and private plunge pool with terrace in every suite.

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