A real Sofia’s choice! The incredible Serengeti in Tanzania or a blue island in the Seychelles archipelago? These two African destinations with an air of “lost paradise”, are surrounded by untouched nature, are very isolated, have already reopened the doors for visitors to enter and have just won private villas from Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, that is, you will have the possibility to spend a few days with impeccable service, including a butler, but isolated in a residence of the Four Seasons Private Retreats inside the hotels. And now? eeny, meeny, miney, moe … Very difficult choice!
If blue destinations, surrounded by lush vegetation speak louder to your heart, then go to Seychelles. A dream of a place formed by 115 islands in the Indian Ocean. The country values sustainable tourism and controls the number of visitors. Victoria, its capital, has the feel of a fishing village. It is on the island of Mahé and is considered the smallest capital in Africa. The Four Seasons Seychelles is 26 km from Victoria, nestled on top of a cliff with panoramic views and has as a novelty a seven bedroom mansion with an infinity pool perfect for a family trip or with friends who want to remain in isolation , the Seven-Bedroom Residence Villa. It is worth taking boat trips to explore the surreal beauty of the archipelago.
But, if the fauna and games of Africa enchant you, then think with love in the Serengeti National Park, in Tanzania, famous for the great annual migration of gazelles, wildebeests and zebras, in addition to having many other species of animals. Suffice to say that the park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Well, the Four Seasons Serengeti Lodge has just won five new one, two or three bedroom residences for families who want to remain in privacy. It is worth remembering that there is a medical team on duty and guests can book their safari experiences with exclusivity, with as many trips as they want to see herds of elephants, giraffes, buffalos and felines that live on the banks of the Seronera River and the Ngorogoro Crater, where incredible black rhinos live.
Didn’t I say the choice would be difficult? Well, when in doubt… choose them both. That’s what I’ll do as soon as I can travel to Africa.
A huge kiss and a great month of September for all of you.