A traveler learns the art of bird watching in Serengeti National Park, which is the home to more than 1,100 species of birds.
With its red dunes, dirt roads and eerily quiet coastal stretches, Namibia feels like another world. There’s space to breathe and to reconnect with nature.
New York City is buzzing any time of the year, but it takes on a magical (though certainly not muted) quality in the winter. Be prepared with this guide.
In Namibia, one of the least populated countries in the world, you can plunge over sand dunes in a four wheeler and look for wildlife in the desert.
Those who climb the world's “coolest” volcano are few and far between. This is adventure travel in a whole new light.
Leave behind cluttered streets to explore canal communities. On the way, pick up keychain souvenirs or a cold beer.
A writer joins a group of local Hong Kong hikers, taking in spectacular views and making new friends in the process.
Snorkeling in crystal waters provides an up-close look at one of the modern world's seven natural wonders.
At Iguacu National Park, guests come face to face with the “Great Waters” of Argentina.
The stink may not be a factor, but a horny adolescent camel can make a desert journey memorable.
With so many rare species and unique-looking animals, the Galapagos Islands are like no other place on earth.
Join the safari for a dose of untamed Africa. But beware: Honking hippos may keep you from a good night’s rest.
Get your grub at some of the best eateries in the Aloha State.
Life moves at a slower pace on this tiny Caribbean island.