In the wake of the recent dramatic escalation of rhino poaching and Prince William's appeal for further efforts to help protect these endangered species, here are some of our recommended places to stay where you can help this worthwhile cause while on holiday.
Get set for the safari experience of a lifetime on the Kenyan plains with Mahali Mzuri which is set to officially open on the 1st August and celebrating with a free night offer.
Take part in the ride of a lifetime next summer when two of Africa's most experienced riding safari guides join forces for the first time to lead an unforgettable adventure through the Masai Mara and Okavango Delta - arguably the continent's most famous wildlife destinations.
Africa has a lot to offer for all ages, with enormous scope for fun and imaginative family holidays.
Africa has a range of private safari houses on offer, but the newly launched Sirai House in Kenya has no equal. Located at the foot of snow-capped Mt. Kenya in the private Borana Ranch conservancy, this luxury retreat is the epitome of elegance combining a true sense of place with internationally acclaimed architecture, art and design.
BBC Africa had everybody glued to their safari seats, and according to Acacia Africa, it ignited our passion for wildlife conservation.
Kenya’s portfolio of luxury hotel offerings is increasing with more five-star brands set to open properties in the country this year.
Whale watching in South Africa offers unrivalled viewing of earth's largest mammal, the Southern Right whale, which visits annually from July to December each year to mate and calve.
Wildfitness has announced that children are now welcome at all three of its destinations, enabling parents to focus on, and make the most of their fitness course with the added comfort of having their children nearby.
Intrepid Travel has launched its 2013 Africa & Middle East programme with two new comfort-standard itineraries in Jordan, and plans to run a special departure of its Gorilla, Chimps & Game Parks tour in June so that travellers can experience an annual Rwandan mountain gorilla-naming ceremony.
Shhhhh, don’t tell! Secret Season is almost upon us and some wonderful exclusive, expert safari camps are offering up an opportunity to indulge in wonderful wildlife for less.
The magic of the African savannah is rarely felt so entirely as from the saddle. It is a feeling unlike any other and the thrill of dancing, snorting circles - giving elephant or buffalo a wide berth - on your faithful mount, your confidant, your equine companion, will never be forgotten.
Swahili Beach is a new five-star resort on the famous Diani Beach on Kenya’s south coast. The idyllic setting and inspired architecture capture the spirit of the vibrant Swahili culture of coastal Kenya.
Aardvark Safaris is offering up to eight people the chance to spend six days on safari in the heart of Kenya's Masai Mara with legendary guide and BBC presenter Jackson Looseyia.
It’s that time of year again when one of the most spectacular natural wonders in the world can be witnessed in Kenya, the Great Wildebeest Migration.
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