Tour Africa’s most luxurious new safari lodges

New York Post, Hana Alberts

Elephants roam in Richard Branson’s Ulusaba Private Game Reserve.

Last month, Kenya Airways launched its first nonstop flight between New York and Nairobi. The route delivers travelers to the dramatic wildlife and breathtaking scenery of East Africa in just 15 hours (six hours quicker than previous flights). And several new safari lodges around the region await them.

Earlier this year, Volcanoes Safaris’ Bwindi Lodge in Uganda — located in the gorilla-filled Bwindi Impenetrable Forest — completed a full renovation of its eight bandas (guest rooms) and opened a forest spa.


FOR ALEXA x AFAR - Volcanoes Safaris’ Bwindi Lodge in Uganda Photos by Volcanoes Safaris.