Safari

Use these tips and list of recommended tour operators to plan a trip to see the famed silverback gorillas in Uganda or Rwanda.
After four decades in hospitality, a safari lodge owner has a message for her peers and safari companies.
These experiences and operators offer a range of price points and embrace sustainable tourism practices.
All the tools, pointers, and inspiration you need to plan your next ethical animal adventure.
A curated list of ethical (and magical) experiences viewing wild animals around the world.
For the first time, travelers can follow the path of a two-country collaboration in Africa that’s protecting one of nature’s noblest species.
One game lodge in Botswana is revolutionizing the safari industry with its team of “Chobe’s Angels.”
A growing number of repeat safarigoers want to get out of the vehicle and dive deeper into more remote landscapes.
South Africa’s Big Five parks and reserves draw the lion’s share of attention from nature-loving foreigners, but several conservation areas offer travelers new perspectives of the country’s culture, history, and biodiverse landscapes.
Search for the Big Five and immerse yourself in incredible cultural experiences on these three unforgettable trips, tailormade for style, romance, and outdoor adventures.
This year offers a rare opportunity to snag a spot on an East African safari during the summer high season—and a chance to see the iconic Great Migration.
If you want to visit the mountain gorillas of Volcanoes National Park and beyond, make one of these lodges your home base in Rwanda.
Tourism has all but disappeared in the Maasai Mara thanks to COVID, but a new loan might help conservancies survive.
Kenya’s international borders are now open to (most) Americans, and travelers may have the great migration to themselves.
Black travel to Africa has gained momentum in recent years, but safari travelers remain mostly white. Travel experts are trying to change that.
South Australia’s digital tours of wildlife, wine, and more will ignite your travel dreams.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to unfold, the future of Africa’s natural landscapes—and the communities that coexist with them—are hanging in the balance. Here’s how your safari plays a role in the larger conservation story.
What to wear, what not to pack, and how to go beyond the typical safari—here’s what you need to know before visiting Kenya.
If recently released “The Lion King” has you and your brood yearning to witness savannah animals up close, or if you have always dreamed of an all-ages African adventure, these outfitters can make that dream a reality.
Seeing gorillas in the wild would be reason enough to visit Rwanda, but this beautiful country offers much more.
These high-end safari experiences don’t skimp on luxury, yet come jam-packed with value.
Relax—with a gin and tonic in hand—in these refreshing pools after a hot, exciting day of spotting game and predators.