Alluring Africa’s continued dedication to providing exceptional travel experiences has struck a chord with readers of Travel + Leisure Magazine, as they have named the Florida-based luxury tour operator as the World’s Best Safari Outfitter for 2018.
Africa’s animal migrations offer some of the continent’s most iconic wildlife experiences. Here's our guide to Africa’s most moving experiences
An African holiday involving three (or sometimes even more) generations of the family is a wonderful way to bring everyone together, far away from the stresses and strains of everyday life. We’ve collected together our favorite properties perfect for multi-generational family safaris!
Malaria is often a source of pre-safari worries especially if you're traveling with young children. Choose from one of our favorite malaria-free safari destinations in Africa for complete peace of mind -- here's our selection of the best of them:
There has never been a better time to visit Africa and stay in camps and lodges that have really raised the bar when it comes to location, design, experiences, and architecture. Here’s our pick of the best new properties in Africa – one for each month of the year.
It must be incredibly satisfying to spend your days exploring wide tracts of untouched land… In the case of Laura Brown and Rob Ramey, this means exploring desert dunes in search of elephants in Namibia, specifically the Kunene region [...]
Giving someone the world is the most wonderful gift of all Some of the best presents can’t be wrapped up or stuffed in a stocking. When looking for a memorable gift, there are very few that are as unique [...]
We know that the way that people travel is constantly changing; we see this in the places that we choose to travel to where a destination that was once ‘off the tourist map’ is now a hot and happening [...]
Marian and Mike Myers from Wilderness Safaris capture the first rains of green season at Hwange National Park - soggy baboons and all! At 3:00am in the dark stillness of a heavy summer night, a slight breeze lightly touched [...]
It has been a year since I visited the Busanga Plains in Zambia and whilst the area is moderately drier than last year, the abundance and diversity of bird and mammal life seem to have increased since my last [...]