Dedicated to reforestation initiatives and expanding gorillas' natural habitat, Singita has opened Kwitonda Lodge in Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda.
Visitors to Victoria Falls in the rainy season are rewarded in many ways. On this trip we stayed on the Zambia side and the Zimbabwe side of the falls.
The Hideaway Report embraces the conservation and sustainability efforts of our recommended properties. Here are 8 where guests can get hands-on experience.
Once owned by the Vanderbilts, Lake Kora is the greatest of the "Great Camps," a luxury Adirondack lodge that can now be reserved in its entirety.
At times, a destination's natural beauty eclipses the lack of luxury offerings available. Iceland is one of those destinations.
At 507 square miles, Yoho is the smallest of four contiguous parks which together form the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The lakes our editor has chosen as some of the planet's most idyllic destinations. Here's what makes them special.
The natural splendors of Costa Rica may no longer be a secret, but thankfully, it requires only minimal effort to escape the main tourist circuit and discover regions of extravagant, unspoiled beauty.
At this time of year, the wildebeest that massed on the Serengeti's southern plains to give birth are beginning to think about moving on.
Over the past 20 years, Abu Camp has acquired a reputation as the preeminent place to ride on African elephants. Now partly owned by Paul Allen, co- founder of Microsoft, Abu reopened in April 2011, having been completely rebuilt and refurbished.
The best-known of Kenya's northern game areas is Samburu National Reserve. Its southern boundary is formed by the Ewaso Nyiro River, flowing down from the glaciers on Mount Kenya. The water creates a wide strip of vegetation and, as a result, wildlife is varied and extremely plentiful.
Chaa Creek is located on a 365-acre estate and is perched on a hillside overlooking the clear, clean water of the Macal River.
Copyright Lake Placid Lodge From the January Hideaway Report Online: In 1882, a German family built themselves a rustic camp from which they could enjoy the dramatic view of Whiteface Mountain in the Adirondacks.