Spend the day with orphaned elephants at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya.
The occasionally overlooked swampland of Louisiana is home to spectacular wildlife.
This was a predator, a killer. He was a larger version of my house cat, and he was considering eating me for lunch!
More than two million animals thunder through the Serengeti. Seeing them is unforgettable.
Wild and undeveloped, this national park in Zambia is rich with wildlife and low on crowds of tourists.
The rain-sayers are wrong. Seattle’s northern lattitude leaves plenty of time to visit city markets and sandy beaches.
Nearly 1,500 miles long, the Great Barrier Reef is a living sight to see.
Everything is big here. The spiders are the size of a human hand, and the crocodiles … well, don’t get out the boat.
Drink the tea, but don’t miss out on the narrow-gauge railroad or the sidewalk vendors. And always seal the windows at night.
Yellowstone in winter means fire and ice.
Sailing down a snowy tubing slope and across a frozen lake isn’t the only winter activity making visitors smile at this B.C. lodge.
You’ll do more than cruise on this trip: Watch a Marquesan festival, visit one of the tallest tikis or stop by the grave of Paul Gauguin.