Explore the picturesque towns where water and pavement intertwine.
For nearly 400 years, this South African city has attracted people from far and wide, resulting in a rich mix of diverse cultures and stark contrasts.
From Fly Geyser in Nevada to the Gates of Hell in Turkmenistan, few places garner the status of being completely surreal, as if from a different planet.
Travel beyond the souqs to learn about this Moroccan city’s architecture, traditions and culture.
Scientist Jane Goodall landed in Gombe Stream National Park in 1960 and spent years observing the resident chimpanzees. The park still draws numerous visitors each year.
Although Zanzibar is famous for its turquoise waters and crystal-white sand, Tanzania’s southeastern seaboard has everything that the beach paradise can offer -- minus the crowds.