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.
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.
As I scanned the rows of customers, I saw there was only one woman – me. The Moroccan café society, I soon learned, is synonymous with 'for men only.' Fortunately, some here were willing to overlook that.
During a safari adventure, elephants by a Zambian river give way to rare white lions in an arid South African reserve.
From mango-stealing monkeys and wildlife safaris to the welcoming Maasai and Samburu people, Kenya left an impression that I’ll never forget.
After discovering King Tut's tomb, Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon went to the nearby luxurious Winter Palace in Luxor. You can too.
Once ruled by Sultans and known for its exotic spices, Zanzibar draws visitors for its natural beauty, sandy beaches and unique culture.
Traveling alone offers the chance to try new things, make new friends and even surprise yourself with unexpected abilities.
Celebrate African-style island life just off the coast of Tanzania.
Fewer than a thousand mountain gorillas remain in the world. Here's where you can see them in the wild.
This climbing route promises majestic views and a buffet sampling of the African wild, as it cuts through verdant jungle, alpine desert and glaciers.
Chasing the notorious tiger fish, a species that has the dentures to destroy lures, bait or your hand if you get too close.
Heaven and earth collide atop the world’s tallest sand dunes in Africa.