Arabic folk music has evolved over the centuries, but Moroccan mystics still use it to chase away evil spirits and heal the sick.
Lonely Planet author John Vlahides learns the time-honoured process of pottery making in Fez, a city known for its rich history of craftsmanship.
From a fuming Italian volcano to India’s land of kings, these natural and manmade marvels are the latest treasures to be honoured on Unesco’s World Heritage list.
Slowly leaving behind its days of violence and corruption, the southern African nation is back in the business of offering travellers thrilling, up-close animal adventures.
With reefs teeming with tropical fish, biblically lush jungles and painfully picturesque beaches, this pristine archipelago works hard to keep paradise from becoming over-populated.
Green and gleaming, this buzzing Rwandan city with a traumatic past has reinvented and rebranded itself for the better.