A camera is essential when you’re visiting as you never know what you might snap around the lodges or on safari.
The guest experience goes beyond the adventures of the bush and into the lives of the surrounding communities as we gear up to celebrate ‘Arbor Month’ for the month of September.
Anyone who has visited us knows our team work hard to ensure all your requests are catered for.
A little bird told us...
A stay at Mont Rochelle isn’t complete without a visit to our in-house spa.
Producing local honey is not a new venture in the Motorogi Conservancy.
It’s a popular saying that a cat has nine lives, and for the various prides of big cats living near Mahali Mzuri, it sometimes comes in handy to have that extra life or two! Over the past few months, it has been a particularly unsettled time for the local Iseketa pride of lions.
Heading up a hotel team is no easy feat.
Without a doubt, this is one of our favourite times of year at Mahali Mzuri when the Great Migration is taking place right outside our front door and unbelievable animal sightings are taking place on a daily, if not an hourly basis! With so much happening, our Head Guide, Dickson, has given us a run-down .
Producing fresh, local produce is something that the Kasbah Tamadot team have put a lot of time and effort towards over the past couple of years.
Reading feedback about how much guests have enjoyed their stay with us is a real highlight to our day! Recently, Jacqui Misener from Canada got in touch with us after her stay at Mahali.
In May, we kicked off our 2017 ‘Proms on the Roof’ series with a stellar line up of musicians from the prestigious Royal College of Music.
We often say that game drives at Ulusaba are one of the most memorable parts of any visit, but this week was an extra special one for the team.
Helen Tabois, Inspiring Travel Company’s Caribbean Product Manager, spent 14 hours on Necker Island and sampled a taste of island life.
The team on Necker Island are constantly looking for new ways to promote sustainable initiatives across the island.
Promoting sustainable practices and pledging our support to climate change initiatives is something we are always proud to highlight at Virgin Limited Edition.
Across our collection of properties the teams have been working hard to eradicate plastic and create recycling strategies to put waste to good use, or in Ulusaba’s case put actual waste to very good use! That’s right, the team use Elephant dung to create paper which is used for menus and those very friendly welcome .
We were delighted to welcome a very special visitor to meet our resident flamingos at The Roof Gardens this week, five-year-old Daisy.
Following her recent stay at Kasbah Tamadot, Alex Wix, owner of travel and events specialists Wix Squared, has kindly written a guest blog about her stay.
Throughout June, Virgin Limited Edition will be supporting the amazing work of Ocean Unite, to help raise awareness around the issues of marine conservation.
There are so many features that we are proud of in the Gardens, but one of the teams favourites has to be the living wall.
The Pride ‘N Purpose team have been helping to coordinate and fund a new construction project at the local Ntseveni School.
Our restaurant manager, Peter Avis, was delighted to be invited to a very special afternoon at St James’ Palace last week; The Diana Award’s inaugural Legacy Awards Ceremony.
Following her recent stay at Mont Rochelle and Ulusaba, Caitlyn Chase, founder of popular luxury lifestyle blog Caviar and Cashmere, has kindly written about her stay.
Unite BVI are a new not-for-project foundation based in the BVI whose vision is to create opportunities that inspire and empower the next generation to really take ownership and make a difference when it comes to environmental, educational and social issues in the region.
Well, what a journey it has been for our little feathered (or should that be rubber) friends.
With The Lodge now closed after a busy winter season, the team are having a well-deserved rest, as well as getting themselves prepared for the summer when The Lodge opens again in June.
The team at Kasbah Tamadot never like to sit still and are constantly thinking of new and innovative ways that they can continue to develop the property to make it even better for guests, staff and the environment.
Due to its prime location in the Olare Motorogi Conservancy, witnessing breath-taking animal encounters is largely what makes game drives so spectacular at Mahali Mzuri.
While visiting Ulusaba, community tours and excursions organised by Pride ‘n Purpose, are a fantastic way to engage and help give back to the local communities.
At Virgin Limited Edition, promoting and supporting women across the business is something we continue to champion.
On 25th March 2017, Virgin Limited Edition will be supporting the 10th anniversary of Earth Hour.
One of the most raved about parts of any stay at Mont Rochelle is the quality of the food and drink we serve.
Our Pastry Chef, Kate Malcolm inspires us every day with her tasty creations from the Babylon kitchen.
Rhino poaching is currently at crisis point all over Africa, with the numbers of rhinos being killed by poachers on the rise.
The past few weeks have been a very busy time for our resident Wine Maker, Dustin Osborne, and his team as they have just completed the 2017 harvest.
As any parent will know, one of the hardest decisions to make with young children is to decide where and when to take them away on holiday.
Following the recent rainfall we mentioned on recently on the blog, there has been a good amount of rain for the first half of the summer and so the animals and vegetation are reaping the rewards.
This year, the Virgin Limited Edition ducks have been spreading their wings and venturing out into the big, wide world.
Now our 2017 #GiveAFlyingDuck competition is in full flight, we have some lovely news from the team at the Tansghart Woodwork Centre in Asni, Morocco.
After a hard day on the slopes, or maybe not quite such a hard day by the pool, nothing is guaranteed to help you relax more than a visit to our in-house spa.
After gruelling months of drought (the most severe following the lowest annual rainfall ever recorded in South Africa), the start of the rain has been a welcome relief for many of the animals who live in the area.
Besides the white sandy beaches, delicious food and cheeky lemurs, the most celebrated part of a stay on Necker Island is our brilliant staff.
#GiveAFlyingDuck in 2017 and join our ducks as they journey around the world to see some of the most far flung places, doing some good while they’re at it.
It’s that time of year again.