A traveler's journey through the Suez Canal, the artificial sea level waterway connecting the Red Sea and the Mediterranean.
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.
Travel in Marrakesh, Morocco is like no other experience. This Moroccan city assaults your senses in the blending of old and new, then and now, life as it used to be with life as it is becoming.
A traveler encounters rhinos, cheetahs and a blown-out tire during an unforgettable safari in South Africa.
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Leaving buffets, fancy lodges, and vehicles with shock absorbers behind, we set off on a do-it-yourself safari.
Amid thick desert dust, this Mauritanian train transports iron ore and provides small-town passengers with access to the outside world.
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.
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.
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.