Tourists on world’s fanciest safari trip pay £116k to watch animals from pool

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With most safari holidays, you'd be required to wake up super early to head out for the drive.

But with this one trip, you could literally watch the animals from the comfort of your own private infinity pool.

Luxury travel firm Singita launched a luxurious new East Africa itinerary – and it sounds incredible.

It includes gorilla treks in Rwanda, views of the Grumeti Reserve in Tanzania, private game drives and so much more.

Guests could even enjoy a spot of yoga at sunrise, private chefs and luxurious villas to relax.

However, the price is fairly expensive as a 12-night getaway will cost around £166,736.

The trip accommodates up to eight guests with each person splashing around £20,842 each.

For that price, you'll be travelling to Tanzania by private jet and beginning the holiday with a stay at Singita Serengeti House.

You will be surrounded by incredible wilderness while staying at the private villa in the Grumeti Reserve.

There you will have an outdoor poor which overlooks the landscape, including views of animals, like zebras.

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The incredible villa comes with en-suite bathrooms, outdoor showers and private terraces, with a fitness centre and fire pit.

Let's not forget the huge kitchen where private chefs are there to whip up some tasty meals.

Along with the luxurious stay, people can enjoy game drives, private yoga sessions and a bit of pampering.

The holiday also includes a stay at the four-bedroom Singita Kataza villa on the edge of Singita Volcanoes National Park.

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Guests will be transported to the location by a private charter plane followed by a helicopter ride.

The villa also includes its own cinema, a wine cellar and a massage treatment room.

People can spend their time going on gorilla treks, trying a private cookery lesson and guided birding walks.

For more information on the holiday, visit the Singita website.

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