Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe
Photo courtesy of Courtesy of Somalisa Camp
Somalisa CampThere’s no Wi-Fi at Somalisa, a cluster of seven airy tents powered by solar energy in Hwange National Park. Unplugging is exactly the point, says Zimbabwe-born camp owner Beks Ndlovu, who also heads the sustainability-minded African Bush Camps. Somalisa is all about connecting with the here and now: Private decks facing a seasonal floodplain allow guests to observe game at a leisurely pace, and a pool deck overlooking a watering hole offers close-up encounters with the park’s thriving elephant population. Doubles from $420 per person.