Over the years Mahlatini have featured in a number of national and local publications - the Times, National Geographic Traveller and the Telegraph to name a few. Journalists often contact the Mahlatini team and ask us to put together fantastic trips across Africa; the articles and exposés they write mimic our own passion for the continent's diverse scenery, luxury properties and outstanding wildlife. To see what we mean, why not browse some of the titles featured below:
The Belfast Telegraph
Belfast based company Mahlatini Luxury Travel wins top UK award
Belfast Telegraph, 2017
Belfast based Mahlatini Luxury Travel was named overall winner of the Best Safari, Wildlife & Nature Holiday Company prize at the prestigious 2017 British Travel Awards.
Beauty in Botswana: Magical moments on the safari of a lifetime
Rachel Dugan, 2017
From big sightings to magical small moments, Botswana offers the ultimate safari adventure. Rachel Dugan experiences the amazing wildlife on offer in the incredible surrounds on a Wilderness Safaris adventure.
London Evening Standard
Ngala Lodge, South Africa: ideal for a beginner's safari
Laura Chubb, 2017
Laura Chubb stays at the luxurious AndBeyond camp on the western border of Kruger
An African Adventure
Norah Casey, 2017
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.
The Irish News
Going off the beaten track to Mozambique has its rewards
Sean Sheehan, 2017
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
The Sunday Telegraph
Gaby Roslin returns to Zimbabwe
By Gaby Roslin, 2016
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.
Top of the Pack
By Matthew George Bell, 2015
Learn more about the Maasai Mara experience, from its diverse wildlife and scenery to luxury accommodation and superb guiding.
Welcome to the magical mountain kingdom of Lesotho
By Sally Emerson, 2014
Sally Emerson sets off on an exploration of beautiful Lesotho, with pony trekking up mountain passes and the exciting Stone Age paintings found in ancient caves.
Four of the best Family-friendly safaris
By Francesca Syz, 2014
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.
Sleep Under Canvas at a Kenyan Safari Camp
By Anna Hart, 2014
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.
Cheetahs with my Chakras
By Sally Emerson, 2013
Sally Emerson takes to Maputaland in South Africa on a luxury yoga safari, the perfect way to re-connect with nature.
Safari so good
By Zoe Hill, 2013
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.
The Financial Times
Nirvana in Botswana
By Charlotte Sinclair, 2013
Charlotte Sinclair travels to the depths of the Botswanan wilderness, staying in luxury lodges and searching for big game on a fascinating safari adventure.
Art in Residence
By Emma Love, 2013
Emma Love stays in the aesthetically distinguished Segera Retreat while exploring northern Kenya's vast Laikipia Plateau.
The hot list 2013 - Best splash out
By Pól �? Conghaile, 2013
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.
National Geographic Traveller
Safari, Epic adventures on the plains
By Emma Gregg, 2013
This article whets the appetite for many of Africa's wonders, including walking safaris and exploring the Maasai Mara from incredible camps.
Planet Appetite: Hunting Big Game in the Royal Kingdom of Swaziland, Africa
By Rupert Parker, 2013
As a tiny landlocked kingdom of outstanding scenery, warm culture and big game viewing, Rupert Parker discovers, in the case of Swaziland at least, that the best things really do come in small packages.