Over four decades, our editor-in-chief has stayed in hundreds of safari camps and lodges in Africa. Here are 10 exceptional choices.
Our editor's recent trip to Southern Kenya reminded him of his first, 40 years ago. Here is video from his stay at three contrasting safari properties.
Two new Great Plains camps are scheduled to open in 2021: Tembo Plains in Zimbabwe and Bayei Camp on Peperre Island in Botswana.
The latest addition to Namibia's luxury portfolio is The Nest @ Sossus, a striking new villa for up to seven guests set on the Namib Tsaris Conservancy.
Luxurious Singita Sabora, in the Grumeti private concession, has been reimagined, with new pools, meditation decks, private lounging salas and fitness areas.
Jack's Camp, a collection of tents set at the edge of the vast Makgadikgadi salt pan, in Botswana, will be reopened after a complete rebuilding.
Mara Plains Camp has been joined by a glamorous sibling, Mara Nyika Camp, located beside a stream and surrounded by yellow fever trees on 50,000-acres in Kenya.
Safari companies continue to invest in Zimbabwe. Great Plains Conservation have opened two new camps: Sapi Explorers Camp and Sapi Springs Camp.
Namibia may be known for its otherworldly landscapes and harsh conditions, but the wildlife -- elephant, giraffe and more -- have adapted and are a joy to see.
Many of our recommended properties facilitate extraordinary wildlife experiences, but our members found these three to be the most unforgettable.
The new president of Zimbabwe is an economic pragmatist who understands that safari tourism is essential to the financial future of the country.
A safari can be a luxurious week-long affair or a demanding monthlong excursion. Here's how to choose the best safari for you and your family.
Each year, we have the pleasure of singling out a number of particularly memorable hotels and resorts. These are the top hotels in Zimbabwe and Namibia.
Namibia feels like a country whose time has come. It is safe, well-organized and relatively prosperous, thanks to its deposits of gold and diamonds.
Susan White Mathis, a native of Atlanta, had long been in search of a place to build an African retreat, and after an extensive search, she settled on Madikwe Game Reserve, a 185,000-acre tract of arid bushveld located an hour by light aircraft northwest of Johannesburg.
It may be a cliche of Sunday night television, but the Great Migration remains the most stupendous wildlife show on earth.