Home to one of the world’s birding hotspots and it’s virtually unknown outside East Africa.
If you’re threading your way through Free State, South Africa, consider swinging by the Golden Gate Highlands National Park and immersing yourself in a blissful landscape.
Night drives aren't nearly as common as you would expect in Tanzania, and they're prohibited in Serengeti and at Ngorogoro.
In my opinion there is no finer wildlife watching in East Africa than the Serengeti, but the crowds can get irritating.
South Africa’s Kruger National Park is hardly a safari secret, but walking safaris in some of its hidden corners are.
Malolotja is Swaziland’s premier nature reserve but, like Swaziland itself, is often overlooked. Visitors will find few other people and can enjoy fabulous scenery, hiking as impressive as the Drakensberg and a wide variety of rare and unusual wildlife.
Swaziland offers some wonderful wildlife and landscape experiences – none more so than Mkhaya Game Reserve where visitors can see one of Africa’s rarest mammals.
Hidden away in Uganda's far northeast, Kidepo Valley isn't just one of the best African parks you've never heard of: it's one of the best African parks period.
Samara is a 70,000-acre private game reserve, a born-again wilderness hidden deep in the Great Karoo. From Samara’s luxury lodge I set out one morning while the dew still lay heavy on the grass, and drove up the deep kloof..
Often visited as part of a gorilla safari, the picturesque, irregularly-shaped Lake Bunyonyi and her islands are undisputedly one of the most beautiful areas of Uganda.