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Travel inspo: Boity’s luxury safari getaway

Image: @boity/Instagram
Image: @boity/Instagram

Whether it’s a Valentine’s Day getaway, birthday celebrations on a yacht, or chilling at the pool of some swanky hotel, our girl Boity Thulo sure knows how to take a vacation - and give us all travel fomo in the process.

This time, it’s her luxury safari getaway that’s got us living vicariously through her Instagram stories and pics.

The media personality took her mother on a weekend trip to celebrate her birthday - and there was no shortage of glamour and opulence at every turn. Just as we had expected.

Thu duo stayed at the 5-star Lion Sands Game Reserve, a renowned celebrity safari destination - located in the heart of the Kruger National Park.

Judging by their pictures, Boity booked a suite at the Narina lodge - a traditional safari experience nestled in a sophisticated water-side haven.

The accommodation is perched on stilts among a canopy of 100-year old trees. Here, you can watch the animals come down to the water with exceptional views from your bed, bath, pool and deck, according to the Lion Sands website.

Image: @boity/Instagram
Image: @boity/Instagram
Image: @boity/Instagram

Best believe Boity and her mom were soaking in those views with wine and 5-star meals in tow. She shared a few snaps to her Instagram Story along with pics from their traditional safari game drive.

Of course, it was Boity’s luxury safari fashion that was another star of the show. She shared pics of some of her neutral, monochrome looks that were anything but boring.

A tan shirt dress with puff sleeves and wrist-tie details paired with Gucci sandals and a Louis Vuitton handbag was just one of the stand-out looks.

In another pic, she can be seen lounging in a printed scarf silk shirt, oversized sunglasses and sunhat. “The universe is always listening and gives you what you truly deserve,” she wrote.

It looks like the starlet is on her way back home now but hopefully we’ll get more OOTD and throwback safari pics in the days to come.

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