I'm not really a "modern safari" person, but this new mobile camp by Singita is pretty interesting from a design perspective. Crafted from canvas tents and old-school furnishings that seem like they came straight from the set of "Out of Africa," this is a totally collapsible, portable luxury camp.
Just opened this month, the year-round mobile camp is owned and operated by Singita, a company that leads modern safaris through the Serengeti in Tanzania. The roving itinerary includes nights under the stars in the luxury tents as well as "stays at Sasakwa, Faru Faru and Sabora Tented Camp."
This kind of camping doesn't come cheap — a three-night trip goes for a whopping $2,600 per person. While it might not be the most practical vacation plan, the interiors are totally worth checking out online for their rugged but refined style — couldn't you just see Ernest Hemingway
setting up his typewriter in front of one of those folding director's chairs?
• Singita Explore Mobile Camp