A little slice of Morocco comes to Kenya at Sasaab, a safari lodge in the north of the country near the wildlife-plentiful Samburu National Reserve.
Nine massive (seriously, they are bigger than our entire London flat) tented suites dot the hillside above the Ewaso Nyiro River, decorated in breezy whites and moody Moorish hues, and - in an extra-luxurious flourish - with their own private pool.
But you're not here just to loaf around your suite (although we have to admit that it is very loaf-able), so peel yourself away from your verandah for game drives, walking safaris, trips to local villages and even camel riding.
Compared to the country's famous Masai Mara, the beauty of Sasaab's remoteness is that there isn't a Jeep jostling around every lion, leopard or herd of elephants that you come across.
Back at camp, sip sundowners overlooking the scenery before tucking into moreish Moroccan food from the Mess.
WOW FACTOR: After an early morning game drive head to the SpaSaab, which is built into the cliff overlooking the river and offers ultra-indulgent treatments using Liz Earle products.
FLIGHT TIME: 9 hours.