Articles tagged “safari”

Luxury

7 Trends Safari Operators in Africa Are Seeing For 2024

Many safari lovers are looking for immersive experiences, and not just chasing the Big 5 animal species.

7 Trends Safari Operators in Africa Are Seeing For 2024

News Blog

IDEAS: Anantara Announces Tented Safari Experience in Zambia

Anantara has announced Anantara Kafue River Tented Camp, a new resort in development on the banks of the Kafue River in Africa. The resort is being developed in partnership with Agro Safari. Credit: Minor Hotels Set to open in 2025, the resort will feature 12 tents that will be suspended 3.5 meters above the ground,…

News Blog

Movie Star Ed Norton Is Launching a Luxury Eco-Camp in Kenya With Former Six Senses President

Movie actor Ed Norton is working with the former president of Six Senses on developing a new eco-resort in Kenya. "There‚Äôs going to be an announcement in the spring, about a new, global luxury brand," he revealed on stage at the World Travel and Tourism Council Global Summit, held in Saudi Arabia this week. "A…

Hotels

Kenya’s Hotels and Safari Camps Go Local to Fill Manager Roles

After years of relying on foreign executives, more luxury safari camps and international hotel brands are appointing locals to run the show. It's long overdue because the Kenyan hospitality industry has trained professionals capable of running those establishments.

Kenya’s Hotels and Safari Camps Go Local to Fill Manager Roles

Business Travel

Giving Free and Independent Travel a Luxury Edge

Long-time tour operator Ker & Downey has always had a mission to get travelers to less-explored regions. Aside from bringing in tourism dollars to developing countries, the company stands out for its commitment to on-the-ground philanthropy.

Giving Free and Independent Travel a Luxury Edge

Tourism

Kenya battles wildlife poachers in order to keep safari tourists coming

The math is simple: One industry is sustainable, the other isn't. But try telling that to people who can make a quick buck and move on before they need to deal with the consequences.

Kenya battles wildlife poachers in order to keep safari tourists coming

Tourism

Why wildlife protection in Zimbabwe relies on the growth of safari tourism

A recent decision by the Indian court reinforces the truth that the absence of tourism leaves animals vulnerable to mining and hunting industries, which are much less concerned with wildlife welfare.

Why wildlife protection in Zimbabwe relies on the growth of safari tourism