JAN 2017 - Mango Safari's own Teresa Sullivan talks to Bloomberg about why you should have Madagascar on your travel to-do list. "This naturalist’s paradise - which is home to more than 250,000 endemic animal species - is poised to become a luxury traveler’s bragging right, thanks to the opening of the ultra-exclusive, 14-villa Miavana resort."
JAN 2020 - Mango co-owner Teresa Sullivan told Harper's Bazaar why Botswana should be on everyone's top list of places to visit in 2020: “If you are exploring Northern Botswana during the dry season (June to October) the Linyanti Wetlands are not to be missed."
JUNE 2017 - Travel Age West writer Meagan Drillinger sat down with Teresa Sullivan, co-founder of Mango African Safaris, to learn more about the Safari Pros project and why it's important for travelers and agents alike. The article explains that "Safari Pros burst onto the scene four years ago, combining the already great Africa experts in the industry under one umbrella to create a network of Africa specialists with a combined 5,000 days on the continent."
AUG 2017 - Teresa Sullivan of Mango Africans Safaris contributed to an MIC article about how to choose where to go on your first African Safari. Sullivan and her professional peers say that choosing where to go on isn’t just about what animals you’ll see, but actually has more to do with intangibles like a predilection for cities, beaches or road trips that help weave together an itinerary with a tight geographical focus to minimize time spent in transit.
JUNE 2020 - Travel & Leisure wrote about how Mango Safaris is now offering domestic safaris to Yellowstone National Park and Vermejo, New Mexico in the summer and fall of 2020. In addition to providing much of what one would expect from a normal safari, $500 dollars from each trip will be donated to Mango's long-standing African partners to help sustain their staff and and support their conservation efforts in the wake of COVID-19.
JAN 2018 - There’s more to Namibia than the otherworldly dunes of Sossusvlei or the scorched plains of Deadvlei. But with little tourism infrastructure in this vast, final frontier of Africa, it’s been difficult until now to see it all. That's where Teresa Sullivan and Mango Safaris come in, helping you plan an exciting trip to an other-worldy destination.
DEC 2017 - Mango co-owner Teresa Sullivan was chosen as one of Conde Nast Traveler's top African travel specialists in 2017 because she "knows which routes, camps and game reserves are best suited to families, and she's coordinated multi-day walks in the Kenyan bush."
DEC 2019 - Mango co-founder Teresa Sullivan was once again selected to be on Travel & Leisure's A-List, which showcases the 123 top agents and tour operators in the business. She was chosen as a top safari specialist who helps clients ditch bucket lists and Instagrams for human connection and personal growth. Read more about why Teresa is considered to be one of the best in the biz, and see where she'd recommend you go for 12 days in Botswana and Zambia.
APRIL 2020 - Mango Safaris, which is part of the Safari Pros consortium of travel advisors, provided insight to Travel & Lesiure Magazine about why traveling to some of the extraordinary camps in Kenya and Tanzania's conservancies - Sarara Treehouses, Lewa Wilderness, Sanctuary Olonana Lodge and Chem Chem - are a must-do for all traveler seekers.
APRIL 2018 - Mango co-owner Teresa Sullivan gave her top under-the-radar vaction spot to Bloomberg, saying that Sarara Tree Top Camp, which opened in late 2017 in the country’s northern Matthews Range is “an incredible community-owned lodge with spacious tents that are built 17 feet off the ground in the trees."
AUG 2019 - Teresa Sullivan, co-owner of Mango Safaris gave her take as to why Namibia has risen in popularity, particularly with American tourists. Sullivan says that Namibia "appeals to (those) who want to branch out from the more typical safari. (Plus) it's more adventure focused, and less game focused."
MAY 2019 - The Robb Report profiled Natasha Gomes, the only female rhino ranger in Namibia, who's salary is funded by Huab Under Canvas, a desert camp developed by Ultimate Safaris. Ultimate Safaris recently partnered with Mango Safaris to offer travelers the option to add a rhino-tracking experience with Gomes and her teams into their safari itinerary. Read more about how Gomes tracks rhinos, and why Mango decided to support this project.
JULY 2020 - Robb Report mentioned that Mango's new domestic safaris, which includes guided trips to Yellowstone National Park and Vermejo, New Mexico, are just one example of the travel industry's creativity in the wake of COVID-19. Other examples include private jets, accommodation buyouts and a new concept known as the bubble charter.
JAN 2020 - If you're looking for a good honeymoon spot, look no further than Zimbabwe. Mango co-owner Teresa Sullivan provides Harper's Bazaar with her rationale for why Zimbabwe should be on your honeymoon destination list in 2020.
AUG 2020 - Mango co-founder Teresa Sullivan was quoted in AFAR Magazine about Kenya re-opening to international tourists starting Aug 1. Teresa told AFAR, "first reports are that the airport is almost empty and passengers are swept through in minutes."
APRIL 2020 - Mango co-founder Teresa Sullivan was once again chosen as a top travel specialist by Conde Nast Traveler. Sullivan is noted for having criss-crossed the continent to determine which routes, camps, and game reserves are best suited to families, a particular speciality of hers, and she's also coordinated multi-day walking safaris through Kenya and rhino tracking in Botswana for adults-only trips.
NOV 2019 - Chantecaille, an eco-friendly makeup company, interviewed Teresa Sullivan, co-founder of Mango African Safaris and Cherri Briggs, founder of Explore Inc. about how to plan your first safari - offering tips on traveling with young children, where to go for your honeymoon and how to avoid the crowds.
AUG 2017 - Madagascar’s hospitality scene has been disrupted by the arrival of its first ultra-luxe property, Miavana. Miavana is an elegant collection of 14 private residences that stretches along the largest island of a protected archipelago in the country’s northeasterly recesses. Access to the new resort is complicated, which is why the resort recommends prospective guests reach out to Mango African Safaris to book their stay.
DEC 2019 - When Martha Stewart Weddings asked Mango co-founder Teresa Sullivan what her insider pick was for an Africa honeymoon destination, she recommended a hidden gem in the fertile hills of Rwanda: Magashi Camp, in Akagera National Park, Rwanda as it's “the country’s first private conservancy. “You’ll see endangered black rhinos, hippos, crocs, and the resident pride of lions.” Read more about the magic of Magashi Camp in the PDF below.
AUG 2019 - Mango co-founder Teresa Sullivan was quoted in Bloomberg about how to take your honeymoon up a notch, saying that "Rwanda has gained a reputation as a hot, new travel spot for experience-oriented vacationers. People don't want to go where everyone else has been; they want their own mark."
MAY 2019 - Mango African Safaris recommended Kenya's Sanctuary Olonana in the Masai Mara within the Robb Report's 'best places to travel this summer.' Read more about why we think this camp is so special via the PDF below.
MAY 2019 - Travel writer Brandon Presser profiled his Namibia road trip experience for Conde Nast Traveler. Mango co-owner Teresa Sullivan was quoted giving advice about what vehicle to request, and how best to prepare to drive across the vast, isolated desert.
SEPT 2020 - Mango's domestic safaris to Yellowstone National Park and Vermejo, New Mexico were featured in a Bloomberg article about how tour operators are managing group travel given COVID-19.
JAN 2020 - Bloomberg has crowned Zimbabwe one of the top places to travel in 2020 and named Mango Safaris' own Teresa Sullivan as the go-to person to call for your safari needs. Read the full article that explains why she recommended Zimabwe, as well as the other 23 destinations that made this year's list.
JUNE 2019 - Namibia is one of the world's least populated countries, yet most lodges and camps are fully booked at least a year out. Mango provided Centurion Magazine with insight on how to see Namibia by car, which is currently the only way to see all the country has to offer.