Malawi has had its wildlife reserves replenished. Two lodges have opened there, appealing to those who miss the wild and empty Africa of 40 years ago.
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.
Here are a few of the places -- some familiar, some unfamiliar -- that you will likely be hearing more about in the year to come.
Dedicated to reforestation initiatives and expanding gorillas' natural habitat, Singita has opened Kwitonda Lodge in Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda.
Our writer took video on sensational game drives in Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, the Zambezi National Park and on sundowner cruises on the Zambezi River.
The magnificent bleak beauty of Namibia draws a small but increasing number of well-traveled visitors. New luxury lodges and amazing wildlife are other draws.
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.
For those who want to pair a trip to Cape Town with a safari, these six lodges and game reserves provide excellent options, especially December to March.
For some of our members, a perfect vacation is best achieved by completing an exhilarating outdoor challenge. The following three properties excel at adventure.
In this podcast, Boyd Varty, of Londolozi, talks with the author Patrick O'Shaughnessy about the history of the safari and how tracking has informed his life.
Our writer and his wife visit the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, where they play with the elephants saved by the Orphan's Project.
Our writer visits the grassy plains of the Maasai Mara during shoulder season. He saw lower prices, fewer crowds and spectacular wildlife.
Our editors answer every parent's most-pressing travel question: What destinations will make my kids put down their iPhones?
One couple's dream safari began in Samburu National Reserve, where they stayed in a luxury tented camp and made more memories than they can count.
Twenty-five minutes outside Nairobi lies Giraffe Manor, one of the most unique hotels in the world, where Rothschild giraffes take center stage.
Hideaway Report editors answer all your travel-related questions. In this installment they touch on Norwegian fjords, planning a safari and more.
&Beyond Ngorongoro Crater Lodge claimed the top spot this year, reestablishing African properties as the dominant favorites on the Best Safari Lodges list.
Amanda Ritchie, the photography studio manager at Londolozi Game Reserve, reminds us to capture the great moments on safari but also to live them.
Our internal travel advisor, Debra Bernatowicz, took an amazing trip to Kenya and Tanzania. Learn about her favorite moments, meals and overall impressions.
We rounded up the most elite elevated safari camps in Africa, all of which share one design element: They are raised on stilts.
This August, travel to southern Africa, renowned for its abundant wildlife, sensational scenery and ancient cultures with deep-rooted traditions.
A Hideaway Report staff member shares details from his California destination wedding and subsequent honeymoon in South Africa and Mozambique.
April McAlister, vice president of finance and operations at Andrew Harper, recently returned from a seven-day vacation in Africa.
The travel philosophy of Colorado couple Gayle and Randy Ellis is simple: “GO NOW!” Recently, a 40th wedding anniversary trip brought the Ellises on a return visit to Southern Africa.
Travel can be transformative, whether you are flying across the ocean to Bali or simply taking a weeklong holiday in Italy.
Singita Sasakwa Lodge, Mara River Tented Camp, and Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti
Kenya’s Maasai Mara National Reserve remains a place of breathtaking beauty with an astonishing concentration of wildlife
Fine Lodges and a Conservation Success Story in Kenya
From aardvarks to zebras, Africa is home to some of the most exotic wildlife in the world. These birds, animals and reptiles—coupled with the continent’s breathtaking landscapes—explain why Africa consistently ranks as a top destination for travelers across the globe.
A new category to appear on the Reader Survey, this year Hideaway Report readers chose seven properties in South Africa as their favorite Safari Lodges including Singita Boulders Lodge which came in first place. Properties in Tanzania, Botswana and Kenya also made the list.