Find out why Morocco is growing in popularity and when you should visit.
Spend the day with orphaned elephants at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya.
For kayak enthusiasts, Mozambique’s 1,500-mile coastline dipping is an enticing playground.
This was a predator, a killer. He was a larger version of my house cat, and he was considering eating me for lunch!
From a colorful carpet festival in Kairouan to the ancient Roman ruins in Carthage, history comes to life on a road trip through Tunisia.
More than two million animals thunder through the Serengeti. Seeing them is unforgettable.
Bartering for trinkets takes on a new twist amid the colorful sights and smells of medieval Fez.
Wild and undeveloped, this national park in Zambia is rich with wildlife and low on crowds of tourists.
When it comes to using available natural resources to build a home, Africa stands alone.
When visiting a Moroccan spa or public bath, be sure to leave your insecurities behind.
Go back in time in Western Africa as you immerse yourself into the culture of the Dogon tribe nestled in hidden mud dwellings.
Beneath the sun-worshipping veneer of Durban is an alternate economy that draws on centuries of Zulu tribal tradition.