Posts Tagged ‘safari’

Insider Tips: Safari

Insider Tips: Safari

Joffy Bastard and Jack Adamson are Kenyan and English, respectively, and have just launched a new safari company, 37° East. Personalisation is key to their approach – when possible, they like to meet travellers before they even depart so that they can lead them on a bespoke trip of a lifetime. (more…)

A South Australian food safari

A South Australian food safari

Kangaroo Island’s first ever food safari will be held at Southern Ocean Lodge, which featured in the Gold List 2011, in August this year.

Bringing local producers and food legends Maggie Beer and Simon Bryant together with guests, the culinary journey takes place over five nights, and will include an itinerary of food-and wine-related excursions. (more…)

New luxury lodge opens in heart of Solio Game Reserve

New luxury lodge opens in heart of Solio Game Reserve

A new luxury lodge set in one of Kenya’s most beautiful game reserves has been added to The Safari Collection.

Situated in the heart of the Solio Game Reserve, Solio Lodgelies between Mount Kenya and the Abadare Mountains, and was designed by the Carr-Hartley family that owns it. (more…)

Boutique safari camp opens in Zambia

Boutique safari camp opens in Zambia

A new eco-aware boutique safari camp has opened in Zambia, aiming to provide guests with a luxury experience while leaving no trace of its existence when it closes between seasons.

The traditional-style camp opens in June and closes in October, when it will be packed up completely, leaving the lowest carbon footprint. (more…)

A royal safari

A royal safari

With talk of a Royal wedding next year, romantics and honeymooners will delight in knowing we’ve found the place where Prince William and Kate Middleton stayed before he popped the question – Cheli & Peacock’s Lewa Safari Camp on the Lewa Conservancy in Kenya. (more…)

Explore the African bush on foot

Explore the African bush on foot

Your chances of spotting wild elephant, impala, giraffe and hippos in Africa are increased by tracking the animals on foot. The typical 4×4 trails are great for covering ground, but the noise often scares the beasts away before you arrive. (more…)

Safari for less in Tanzania

Safari for less in Tanzania

Going on an African safari in wildlife-rich Tanzania is a rewarding – and exciting – holiday experience, and, thanks to the launch of The Selous Safari Company’s new bush-to-beach package this week, it is now more affordable than ever before. (more…)

Sustainable safari in Kenya

Sustainable safari in Kenya

The latest addition to the Mara Naboisho Conservancy offers safari-goers a new location from which to view some of the world’s most beautiful wildlife.

Kicheche Valley is a wildlife camp located in the Great Rift Valley of Kenya, bordering the Masai Mara National Reserve, and accommodates just 12 guests in six luxurious tents. (more…)

Not so far to go on safari

Not so far to go on safari

A British safari park is offering travellers an authentic safari lodge experience – from its base on the gentle rolling hills of the Kent countryside.

The Port Lympne Wild Animal Park, just a short drive from the Kent coast, offers visitors the chance to stay and view giraffes, black rhinos, elephants, cheetahs, zebras and other animals while staying in traditional safari-style accommodation. (more…)

See Sri Lanka on a flying safari

See Sri Lanka on a flying safari

Asian travel specialist Cazenove + Loyd – which came second in the Specialist Tour Operator category in the Readers’ Travel Awards 2010 – has launched a new five-day flying safari, taking guests on a breathtaking journey across Sri Lanka, the pearl of the Indian Ocean. (more…)

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