Part of KwaZulu-Natal province, South Africa, Zululand is home to the Zulu people and an abundance of wildlife, including elephants, zebra, giraffes and more. Head to this unique region of South Africa for an authentic experience you won’t forget.
Kick back with some unusual locals at the Caleta Iguana Hotel on Isabela Island
Extremadura is known for its culinary specialties, three UNESCO World Heritage sites, excellent birdwatching and rich Roman history.
With its wild ponies and wind-swept beaches, Assateague Island is a rewarding place to pitch your tent.
While Whistler is best known as a winter ski destination and summer hot spot in British Columbia, the spring “shoulder season” offers its own excitement.
Swim with the stingrays, but be sure to watch your toes.
The Sea of Cortez near Loreto, Mexico is rich with sea life, especially flying mobula rays. While staying at Villa del Palmar Beach and Spa Resort, a travelers experiences these magnificent animals up close.
This popular event attracts divers to the small, remote island of Yap in Micronesia to capture images of the renowned resident population of manta rays and their underwater neighbors in and around the reef.
Get up close and personal with the manatees of Citrus County, the only place in US where you can swim with sea cows.
Most visitors to Yellowstone National Park come to see the “‘Big 5” – wolves, bison, grizzly bears, moose and bald eagles – but this American national park is also home to black bear, bighorn sheep, lynx, pronghorn, mountain lion and coyote, to name just a few.
Sometimes, the best view is from the deck of a cruise ship. Here are our seven picks for the top scenic cruises
When a fishing novice heads to Waterfall Resort, one of Alaska’s premier fishing resorts, the result is a bit comical, but an experience to remember