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Featured Safari Accommodations

Set within the Waterberg region, overlooking the lush Palala Valley, the 12,000-acre Leobo Private Reserve debuted on May 1 as one of Africa’s most exclusive safari destinations. The architects...
Just 14 lucky guests will get an unparalleled view of the untouched mangrove swamps, six miles of waterways, and some 200 species of wildlife native to Mayakoba, Mexico, as a part of the Wildlife...
The new Maasai Warrior School at Cottar’s 1920s Safari Camp in the Maasai Mara, Kenya, teaches children the traditional ways of the warriors, including making fire, throwing spears, shooting a bow...
Years ago, a mild case of sunburn might have been the most hair-raising experience of summer vacation, but today’s globe-trotters are seeking out journeys that go far beyond surf and sand. For...
The first couple of hours that we spend drifting down the Zambezi River pass with little action. They’ve been as uneventful as two hours spent drifting down the Zambezi can be, which is to say, they’...
The opening of Singita Ebony Lodge in 1993 ushered in a new era for the Afri­can safari. The property, which featured just five tent suites on a 45,000-acre concession within South Africa’s Sabi Sand...

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