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Journey to the Center of the Earth
Each time the king pauses for a breath, the man next to him says “jhoom” in a voice that could make Barry White sound like a soprano. The king’s own...
North American Adventures: Bearing Witness
Polar Bear Provincial Park, on Canada’s Hudson Bay, seems an unlikely spot for an extravagant wildlife safari. For one thing, the place has no...
Feature: The Pride of Kenya
Hell’s Gate National Park, despite its name, is one of Kenya’s more welcoming destinations. Indeed, you can roam areas of the wildlife reserve’s 26...
Journeys: Atlantis of the Sands
A river would run through Wadi Darbat, if there were any rivers in Oman. Instead, the wadi is an arid basin, where Ali, my guide, brings his bright...
Private Travel: Private Landings
Something Wild Two female lions, appearing only marginally concerned with our presence, laze around the carcass of the young impala they killed...
Best of the Best 2007: Resorts: Grumeti Reserves, Sasakwa Lodge
Grumeti Reserves, Sasakwa Lodge Tracking big cats on the hunt is a highlight of almost any African safari. With cheetahs—which can accelerate to a...
Blessing in Disguise: In the City and on Safari
Banditry and Rebel insurgency continue to keep northern Uganda, along the border with Sudan, off limits to tourism. However, foreign visitors are...
Feature: Eye on the Tiger
An auspicious headline ran on the front page of the Times of India on my first morning in the country. Three new Bengal tiger cubs had been spotted...
Eye on the Tiger: Staying on Safari
India is difficult to negotiate, and travel between destinations can be arduous and time-consuming. It is therefore wise to plan your trip through a...
Feature: Blessing in Disguise
It is dinnertime at Mweya safari lodge, a resort of thatch-roofed cottages in the middle of East Africa’s Queen Elizabeth National Park. The guests,...
Icons & Innovators: Wilderness Safaris: Wild Life
Not far from Vumbura Plains, a posh safari camp in Botswana’s Okavango Delta, Grant Harris is wheeling his Land Rover through a herd of a dozen...
Icons & Innovators: Wilderness Safaris: Safari Sanctuaries
Ruckomechi Camp, Zimbabwe The grunts of hippos can be heard all day at Ruckomechi Camp, which is nestled in a large grove of acacia and mahogany...
Icons & Innovators: Wilderness Safaris: Camps with a Conscience
Wilderness Safaris was still in its infancy when the company demonstrated its philanthropic bent. In the mid-1980s, founders Colin Bell and Chris...
Best of the Best 2005: Adventure Travel
Like the world that it has been traversing for the past 14 years, TCS Expeditions, the Seattle, Wash., company that specializes in private jet...
Journeys: Veld Done
“We’re having trouble with one of the elephants,” our guide, Piet Marimane, informs us as the safari vehicle in which we are traveling lurches to the...
Best of the Best: Resorts
North Island A natural state of mind in the Seychelles. As your chopper descends onto North Island, it is hard to imagine that this sanctuary in the...
Exclusive Hideaways: Ranthambhore Royalty
Like the maharajas of yore seated atop the weathered gray hides of their stately elephant transports, guests at Aman-i-Khás in Rajasthan, India,...
Journeys: High Hopes
The Pinzgauer 710 transport vehicle plods its way stubbornly over clumps of broam grass and foxtail on the western slope of the Sangre de Cristo...
Journeys: The Serpent's Lair: Adventures in Arnhem Land
Seven Spirit Bay Wilderness Lodge (+61.8.8979.0281, www.sevenspiritbay.com ) offers the only modern accommodations in Arnhem Land. Open since 1989,...
Journeys: The Serpent's Lair
There are no monsoons on the radar as we set out for the wilderness camp of Max Davidson. The remote outpost sits at the tropical north-central edge...
Golf: Golf Gone Wild
Adjusting her footing while setting up her tee shot at the 297-yard 15th hole, an English tourist was startled to notice a large red drop of what...
The Top 10 New Resorts for 2003: Longitude 131º, Northern Territory, Australia’s Outback
At this safari-style camp, you’ll follow the footsteps of early explorers, revel in solitude and serenity, and share a pioneer’s sense of wonder as...
Best of the Best 2002: Travel: Best Destinations: Antarctica
The thrill and wonder of exploring Antarctica is something even the most jaded traveler would have trouble scoffing at. Regardless of the endless...
Best of the Best 2002: Travel: Best Resorts: Royal Malewane
Tucked away in its own private wildlife reserve on the edge of Kruger National Park, about an hour’s flight from Johannesburg, South Africa, is the...
Travel: Safari So Good
I have a confession to share: I am not an animal person. Friends’ pets frighten me with their pouncing and slobbering; I find zoos rather pedestrian...
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