There may be no greater adventure on this planet than diving into the 70 percent of it that is water. Here are 12 properties where the diving is extraordinary.
There is no shortage of luxurious retreats located in significant birding spots across the globe. Here are 13 exceptional hotels for bird-watching.
Hideaway Report editors single out particularly memorable amenities --beaches and baths to spas and pools -- from the hotels and resorts they visited.
The great outdoors means different things to different people. Here are 10 of our favorite hideaways where nature takes center stage.
Employing former poachers as scouts and hiring canine units are just two ways African organizations have gone about protecting a valuable asset: wildlife.
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.
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.
Our internal travel advisor, Debra Bernatowicz, took an amazing trip to Kenya and Tanzania. Learn about her favorite moments, meals and overall impressions.
The Maasai are as integral to the culture of East Africa as are the arid land and unrivaled wildlife.
Andrew Harper shares luxury travel industry news, openings and more in his monthly "From My Notebook" column.
Singita Sasakwa Lodge, Mara River Tented Camp, and Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti
The herds migrate to find fresh grazing, and their movements can be unpredictable.
Part of the greater Serengeti ecosystem, the Ngorongoro Crater is deservedly famous.
View some of Andrew's most stunning wildlife photos from his trip to Tanzania & Kenya.
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.
Singita Mara River Tented Camp in Tanzania's Serengeti National Park is opening soon.
Four Seasons is making significant investments in sub-Saharan Africa: The hotel group will open three new properties in Tanzania in the near future.
The migration of the wildebeest in East Africa is the most celebrated wildlife spectacle in the world. Deservedly so
The world’s most impressive wildlife spectacle is the congregation of the wildebeest in the southern section of Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park from January to March each year.
Hotel Il Pellicano, Maremma In our second post for this series, we examined which foreign countries drew the most Andrew Harper members (by revenue). We were pl
The Serengeti in Tanzania is the world's greatest national park.
The Great Migration remains the most stupendous wildlife show on earth. Sabi Sand, Chief's Island, Damaraland and Mahale are also extraordinary places in Africa.
Andrew Harper Travel Consultant Laura Triebe recently returned from a memorable two-week journey through Tanzania, which she hails as “the best place to see wildlife” in Africa.