From giving to charitable foundations to participating in the Buy Now, Stay Later program, there are many ways to help conservation and communities in Africa.
Much of the uplifting wildlife news of 2019 wouldn't have been possible without the support of travelers. Here are six positive stories that show a way forward.
The Hideaway Report embraces the conservation and sustainability efforts of our recommended properties. Here are 7 where guests can get hands-on experience.
The Zambezi Elephant Fund is the sole beneficiary of the Saving the Elephants 10K Run/Walk in New York's Central Park on November 17, 2018.
In celebration of World Elephant Day, we gathered our favorite elephant memories from staff trips, where we interacted with these majestic creatures.
Andrew Harper is dedicated to the conservation of animals worldwide. Through the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, we are fostering a baby elephant named Maktao.
The best way to explore the remoter areas of the Indonesian archipelago is by luxury boat. Aman Resorts and Alila Hotels offer upscale options.
The new president of Zimbabwe is an economic pragmatist who understands that safari tourism is essential to the financial future of the country.
The best way to explore the Coskata-Coatue Wildlife Refuge is through a tour with The Trustees of Reservations, a Massachusetts nonprofit.
The 77,000-acre Duba Plains Camp in the Okavango Delta has been entirely rebuilt to evoke the style of a 1920s safari.
Eight Harper-recommended properties where guests can interact with, learn about and observe elephants in their natural habitats.
Conservation news out of Kenya is worrisome, but the Cheetah Conservation Fund in Namibia has helped increase the population by more than a third.
Our writer and his wife visit the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, where they play with the elephants saved by the Orphan's Project.
While in Kenya, we spoke with Mark Boyd, the community and conservation manager of the Safari Collection.
Twenty-five minutes outside Nairobi lies Giraffe Manor, one of the most unique hotels in the world, where Rothschild giraffes take center stage.
The Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve has succeeded in creating a local surplus of one of the world’s most critically endangered species, rhino.
Namibia’s desert lion are genetically identical to those elsewhere, but their physiques and behavior have adapted to their austere surroundings.
We had the chance to talk with Jackie Cittone Magid, director of The Bodhi Tree Foundation, the main wildlife conservation charities that Andrew Harper, LLC has supported this year.
Here at Andrew Harper we are going grey ... for World Elephant Day! As a show of support for elephant conservation and our recent partnership with The Bodhi Tree Foundation, we are joining forces with travel industry professionals and customers alike to celebrate World Elephant Day on August 12.