Seeking big cats, Kelly Phillips Badal explores Tanzania’s untouched Soit Le Motonyi region—reopened after a 20-year hiatus—from Asilia Africa’s newest luxury camp.
Three countries. Eight game parks. Thousands—millions—of animals. One wild guide to a modern-day safari through Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda.
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The Sahara Desert stretches for 3.5 million scorched square miles, and we wanted to experience it as ancient traders did: sitting astride a camel and sleeping under the stars. READ THE FULL ARTICLE AT: Conde Nast Traveler
Off-limits for more than two decades, eastern Serengeti’s remote Soit Le Motonyi region is newly accessible to visitors – and quickly gaining a reputation as a hot spot for big cats. SEE THE FULL ARTICLE AT: BBC Travel
Midsummer is meant for lingering on your porch, deck, or — if you’re NBC’s Cat Greenleaf — the front stoop. Her snappy half-hour talk show, Talk Stoop with Cat Greenleaf (filmed entirely on her front steps) is heating up as fast as the season’s sun-infused colors.