Malawi is in the business of revival, be it creating Southern Africa’s newest safari destination by repopulating its epic wildernesses, opening a heritage hotel as a window to the grandeur of the colonial age or ushering travellers to its lakeside...
African Parks in the News
Source: National Geographic
Source: Business Insider
The Business Insider teamed up with the luxury travel agency, Original Travel, to find the hottest spots the elite are spending their money on in...
Catherine Marshall travels to Odzala-Kokoua National Park and reports on the park's long history and the opportunities available to travelers who wish to experience this pristine wilderness.
Source: The Wall Street Journal
Some of Africa’s most exciting new destinations are in the wildest corners thanks to the ambitious conservation non-profit, African Parks. Here’s why you should add...
Source: The New York Times
African Parks if featured in the New York Times in an article by Patrick Adams that discusses the collaboration between wildlife authorities and nonprofit organizations...
Source: South China Morning Post
Bazaruto Archipelago National Park and African Parks featured in the South China Morning Post as a spectacular travel destination for 2019.
Source: Conde Nast Traveler
African Parks’ CEO and co-founder, Peter Fearnhead, has been listed by Conde Nast Traveler as one of the 44 people who are changing the way...
Source: Hideaway Report
The Editor of Hideaway Report describes Zakouma National Park, Chad, as one of 2019's most novel and enriching experiences.
Source: CNN Travel
Akagera National Park is featured as one of Rwanda’s luxury travel destinations in an article by CNN Travel. The article also features the One&Only Nyungwe...
Chris Carter picks some of the best new travel openings in 2019. Ranging from islands in Vietnam to Peru’s ancient cultures, Carter also features Zakouma...
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