The Hideaway Report embraces the conservation and sustainability efforts of our recommended properties. Here are 8 where guests can get hands-on experience.
The Four Seasons Resort Seychelles at Desroches Island opened in 1988. Now, a two-year redesign breathes new life into the Mahe luxury hotel.
The great outdoors means different things to different people. Here are 11 of our favorite hideaways where nature takes center stage.
The place with the most unforgettable chimpanzee sightings is Mahale Mountains National Park, which now boasts a first-rate lodge in Greystoke Mahale.
Dar es Salaam is not a city in which most American travelers will wish to linger, but if an overnight stay is necessary, The Oyster Bay is the place to do it.
The Selous in Tanzania is Africa's biggest game reserve. It is also one of the continent's surviving wilderness areas that is much like it was 10,000 years ago.
On a recent visit to the Selous Game Reserve in Tanzania, our editor came face to face with a leopard, typically quite elusive creatures there.
After a thrilling but exhausting East African safari, travelers may want to relax seaside. Tanzania and the Seychelles offer five spectacular beach resorts.
Travel can bring you face-to-face with some of the darkest periods of human history. A visit to Rwanda's Kigali Genocide Memorial is one such case.
The April Hideaway Report takes us to East Africa, where we visited five hotels, two in Rwanda and three in Tanzania. Four were up to our standards.
In the April Hideaway Report, we cover a one-of-a-kind resort in Rwanda that should be at the top of everyone's bucket list. We also report on Ghent, Belgium.
This list tells of an all-encompassing Turkish tour, classic North American cities, an aspirational travel list of a lifetime and a memorable Japanese itinerary.
The sixth installment in our Staff Travel Wish List reveals a longing for warmer climates, near and far.
Many people fall in love with East Africa, and I count myself among the romantically ensnared. First, there is the land itself. Nobody has put it better than Karen Blixen at the beginning of her classic memoir, “Out of Africa.” Aside from the land, there are the people, especially the tribal people.
A video from Andrew Harper's 2011 Rwandan safari.