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  • 2020 African Travel Trends

2020 African Travel Trends

New year, new travel trends! From solo women trips to multi-generational family safaris, here’s our round-up of trends we expect will continue to grow in 2020.

2020 African Travel Trends2020-01-14T15:14:18-05:00

Top National Parks & Private Game Reserves in South Africa

South Africa has arguably some of the top national parks and private game reserves on the continent. Many have been in existence for decades, and are some of the most rewarding places imaginable to spot wildlife. If you're ready to soak up the magnificence of being in the African wilderness, see our picks for the top game reserves in South Africa.

Top National Parks & Private Game Reserves in South Africa2020-01-02T10:02:14-05:00

Best Luxury Safari Lodges in South Africa

The best luxury safari lodges in South Africa are at the forefront of the new wave of safari architecture and amenities. They balance indulgence and authenticity with finesse.

Best Luxury Safari Lodges in South Africa2019-12-11T15:51:53-05:00

Best Luxury Safari Lodges in Kenya

As the birthplace of luxury safari camps, Kenya continues to set the bar high. Here’s our guide to the best luxury safari lodges in Kenya:

Best Luxury Safari Lodges in Kenya2019-11-25T16:39:59-05:00

Best Elephant Experiences in Africa

There’s no more iconic African animal than the elephant. Several safari lodges around Africa are known for their resident or nearby elephant herds, so here’s our guide about the best elephant experiences in Africa.

Best Elephant Experiences in Africa2020-09-22T12:27:43-04:00

Best New Safari Lodges Opening in 2020

From desert escapes in Namibia to legendary lodges across Botswana, check out our list of the best new safari lodges opening in 2020.

Best New Safari Lodges Opening in 20202020-02-26T10:03:30-05:00

Masai Mara National Reserve versus Masai Mara Conservancies

In an effort to reduce the tourism pressure on the Masai Mara National Reserve, in recent years a number of private conservancies have been established. These are all part of the greater Mara ecosystem, and most of them adjoin the Reserve itself.

Masai Mara National Reserve versus Masai Mara Conservancies2020-02-04T15:42:34-05:00
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