Dedicated to reforestation initiatives and expanding gorillas' natural habitat, Singita has opened Kwitonda Lodge in Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda.
For all the beauty and adventure of a luxury stay in a remote location, the greatest payoff can come from above. Here are 12 hotels for serious stargazing.
With expansive verandas, private plunge pools and stellar wildlife viewing, the lavish Selinda Camp is the latest venture by Great Plains Conservation.
An overnight stay in the Sahara desert is a stay like no other. Our writer visits the Erg Chebbi Luxury Desert Camp in Morocco and has a night to remember.
Cape Towners love their restaurants, and the city boasts a wealth of star chefs serving relaxed lunches and sophisticated dinners. Here are seven great choices.
Our writer took video on sensational game drives in Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, the Zambezi National Park and on sundowner cruises on the Zambezi River.
Our editor traveled to Victoria Falls in the rainy season and found fewer crowds, prettier landscapes, lower prices and sophisticated accommodations.
Visitors to Victoria Falls in the rainy season are rewarded in many ways. On this trip we stayed on the Zambia side and the Zimbabwe side of the falls.
It's too easy for visits to traditional villages to end up being awkward. Here are some suggestions on how to make it successful for everyone.
Victoria Falls is the region's star attraction, but it is a shame to neglect the wildlife. Four nights is enough time to see animals on both sides of the falls.
Safari companies continue to invest in Zimbabwe. Great Plains Conservation have opened two new camps: Sapi Explorers Camp and Sapi Springs Camp.
The magnificent bleak beauty of Namibia draws a small but increasing number of well-traveled visitors. New luxury lodges and amazing wildlife are other draws.
Sundowner drives are always wonderful, but this one, in Namibia's Hoanib Valley stood out for its scenery, elephants at play, a sudden rainbow and more.
Our writer usually avoids ATV excursions until all other activities have been exhausted, but quad biking in Namibia proved quite fun and memorable.
In Namibia, we saw desert-adapted giraffe, elephant and rhino, visited a Himba village and found two stunning new lodges to recommend.
A trip to Namibia uncovers upscale lodges amid an otherworldly landscape of red dunes, the canyons of Hoanib Valley, the brooding Skeleton Coast and beyond.
The 14-cabin Zambezi Queen makes excursions up and down the Chobe River, between Botswana and Namibia. Two days allow for fishing, game viewing and more.
Namibia may be known for its otherworldly landscapes and harsh conditions, but the wildlife — elephant, giraffe and more — have adapted and are a joy to see.
For the April 2019 issue of the Hideaway Report, we had the pleasure of returning to Namibia, where we found two outstanding lodges.
Reading a book about a place you're going to visit is always enriching, but in the case of Namibia, it’s particularly helpful.
Our editor had positive experiences in two of the hotels he stayed at in Tel Aviv. He split his time between Jaffa, the American Colony and the White City.
The same company that opened Bisate Lodge has opened a contrasting second property in Rwanda, Magashi Camp, located in Akagera National Park.
The best way to see the archaeological sites in Egypt — without the crowds — is to take a small luxury cruise down the Nile River.
Visitors are returning to Egypt. Our editor takes the temperature of the place himself and finds it still one of the most exquisite places in the world.
For the March Hideaway Report, our editor traveled to Egypt to find a small hotel of distinction in the Nile Valley. He only found one, but what a hotel it was.
At a cost of $1 billion, the Grand Egyptian Museum in Giza will be the world’s largest archaeological museum and house more than 20,000 items never seen before.
There is no shortage of luxurious retreats located in significant birding spots across the globe. Here are 13 exceptional hotels for bird-watching.
In 2018, Hideaway Report editors discovered an unusual number of exotic far-flung retreats and several exquisite city hotels. Here are their favorites.
Of all the Hideaway Report articles we published this year, readers found these 10 — about Italy, Morocco, Japan and more — to be their favorites.
On rare occasions, Hideaway Report editors find a property that defies any attempt to ferret out fault. Here are six hotels that our editors hated to leave.