With room for just a dozen guests, the family-owned lodge of Camp Jabulani offers a truly intimate safari experience.
This summer, indulge in luxury, celebrations, the outdoors, and food — lots of it. Our favourite reasons to hit the road during the next few months.
This passage from Sue Bedford’s travel memoir, It’s Only the Himalayas — from her time in Zimbabwe — is a humorous lesson in what not to do in Africa.
It was 40 years ago this summer that Jaws, Peter Benchley’s shark tale with an iconic score, hit movie screens. Why are we drawn to creatures that terrify us? And what are we doing to the ecosystem when we go hunting for them?
This week’s travel news: Virgin founder Richard Branson announces details of a cruise line, Dubai is hotter than ever, and Kenya knows how to market itself.
Lugenda’s remoteness has not only fostered an abundance of animals and endowed the camp’s rangers with a propensity to take a decidedly non-conservative approach to the bush.
On Kenya’s coast, Lamu made headlines when a tourist was kidnapped in 2011. Our writer visited recently to learn how the place is recovering.
Uber’s got nothing on Ghana, which has long run on private cars, vans and minibuses. Here’s our guide to using this public transit like a local.
Our writer’s first foray into Africa starts with the news that her luggage is lost. The highs and lows of safari in Namibia when underwear is at a premium.
This week’s travel news: Nelson Mandela’s former home in Shambala Private Game Reserve is now a hotel, and Singapore Airlines is ready for the Apple Watch.
If you’re trying to understand the diversity of life in Cape Town, and South Africa in general, forget organized township tours — grab a seat at the Department of Coffee and prepare to people watch.