Love wildlife? Head to one of these destinations to help some of the world's most amazing creatures.
Leaving buffets, fancy lodges, and vehicles with shock absorbers behind, we set off on a do-it-yourself safari.
Kayaks and canoes provide the only access to many parts of Canada's Queen Charlotte Islands.
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.
From mango-stealing monkeys and wildlife safaris to the welcoming Maasai and Samburu people, Kenya left an impression that I’ll never forget.
An unusual safari in India allows travelers to view elephants, rhinos and other wildlife by jeep.
The majestic ice-covered landscape of Greenland is incredible, but will it remain under the threat of climate change?
What's the best cruise in Alaska? This cozy cruise offers glimpses of glaciers, wildlife and non-touristy Alaska.
Traveling in Panama? It's best to keep an eye out for jaguars when exploring the jungles.
Get set for stunning views of the aurora borealis.
Fewer than a thousand mountain gorillas remain in the world. Here's where you can see them in the wild.
Snorkeling in crystal waters provides an up-close look at one of the modern world's seven natural wonders.
Chasing the notorious tiger fish, a species that has the dentures to destroy lures, bait or your hand if you get too close.
These giant lizards are at the top of the food chain -- and make for an exciting visit.