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Some of the world's finest travel journalists and most influential publications have written about their Mahlatini experiences. Explore them all in the pages below.

Tatler

Travel 2019 101 Hotels

Chikwenya Camp in Zimbabwe is refreshingly remote without compromising on luxury

Sacha Forbes, 2018

Image Magazine

Out of Africa

Jillian Bolger discovers an African safari is a life-changing experience.

Jillian Bolger, 2018

Sunday Business Post

A hymn to Zim

Look beyond Zimbabwe's political strife and you'll find a sumptuous feast for the senses gracefully provided by its residents - human and animal alike.

Jillian Bolger, 2018

The Vow

Zimbabwe is open for buisness

A country with a bright new future, Zimbabwe is open for business and a magical safari adventure awaits.

Jillian Bolger, 2018

The Times

Plucky dips on the hippo highways

On safari in Botswana, and occasionally with gin in hand, Dara Flynn has some lucky escapes braving the wildlife.

Dara Flynn, 2018

The Sunday Telegraph

Lake of Stars Festival, Malawi

On the sandy shores of Lake Malawi, the feel-good Lake of Stars festival (Sept 28-30) embraces African music and the arts. Visitors from more than 30 countries come to enjoy Western and Malawian bands in the "warm heart of Africa".

Sue Watt, 2018

Irish Tatler

Magical Mozambique

On Norah Casey's latest adventure she visits the beautiful island of Benguerra in Mozambique for sea safaris, castaway picnics, whale watching and a visit to a deserted island.

Norah Casey, 2018

Irish Independent

Beguiled in Botswana

Madeleine Keane explores the Okavango Delta in northern Botswana.

Madeleine Keane, 2018

Sunday Business Post

Beauty and The Beasts

Read about Jillian Bolgers visit to the Okavango Delta in Botswana where she watches hippos, giraffes and zebras whilst on safari.

Jillian Bolger, 2017

Irish Tatler

An African Adventure

Norah Casey's latest African adventure was everything a wildlife enthusiast could want including sleeping with lions, sharing a pool with elephants, canoeing with hippos and rhino tracking.

Norah Casey, 2017

The Irish News

Going off the beaten track to Mozambique has its rewards

Although it is one of the world's poorest countries, Mozambique's tourism sector is growing - and well it might, with miles of pristine deserted beaches and value-for-money hotels in this former Portuguese colony, writes Sean Sheehan

Sean Sheehan, 2017

The Sunday Telegraph

Gaby Roslin returns to Zimbabwe

Gaby Roslin returns with her young family to Zimbabwe, her spiritual home. Gaby first revisits her old house in Harare, after which she takes her family to the majestic Victoria Falls followed by a 'big 5' safari in Hwange National Park.

By Gaby Roslin, 2016

Tatler

Top of the Pack

Learn more about the Maasai Mara experience, from its diverse wildlife and scenery to luxury accommodation and superb guiding.

By Matthew George Bell, 2015

The Telegraph

Four of the best Family-friendly safaris

Staying at the luxurious Abu Camp in Botswana, Francesca Syz gets up close to the elephants that call the camp's adjacent sanctuary home and finds why it's such a great choice for families.

By Francesca Syz, 2014

Stylist Magazine

Sleep Under Canvas at a Kenyan Safari Camp

Anna Hart takes-in the mighty spectacle of the Great Migration from the luxury tented camp Kichwa Tembo, as she explores the boundless plains of Serengeti National Park.

By Anna Hart, 2014

Sunday Times

Cheetahs with my Chakras

Sally Emerson takes to Maputaland in South Africa on a luxury yoga safari, the perfect way to re-connect with nature.

By Sally Emerson, 2013

OK!

Safari so good

From the luxurious Segera Retreat Zoe Hill takes exciting bush picnics and daring game drives against the backdrop of Kenya's magnificent scenery and incredible wildlife.

By Zoe Hill, 2013

The Financial Times

Nirvana in Botswana

Charlotte Sinclair travels to the depths of the Botswanan wilderness, staying in luxury lodges and searching for big game on a fascinating safari adventure.

By Charlotte Sinclair, 2013

Harpers Bazaar

Art in Residence

Emma Love stays in the aesthetically distinguished Segera Retreat while exploring northern Kenya's vast Laikipia Plateau.

By Emma Love, 2013

Irish Independent

The hot list 2013 - Best splash out

Mahlatini make it into the 2013 hot list with a phenomenal South Africa holiday, taking in the luxury and wildlife the country has to offer.

By Pól Conghaile, 2013

National Geographic Traveller

Safari, Epic adventures on the plains

This article whets the appetite for many of Africa's wonders, including walking safaris and exploring the Maasai Mara from incredible camps.

By Emma Gregg, 2013