A visit to the busy market in downtown Accra Ghana. The author meets artists who create works from discarded materials and enjoys the hospitality of Ghana.
Tony Giles traveled to west Africa. He’s totally blind. In this story, he recounts a special moment in Abene, Senegal, playing music with locals.
Nigeria’s movie business produces hundreds of feature-length films every year, using digital cameras, each one in ten days or less, on a budget of $20,000.
An overland walk across the Rooftop of Africa, the Sanetti Plateau in Ethiopia, and climbing the second-highest peak in Ethiopia, Mt. Tuludimtu.
Nick Parkins writes about cruising on the Red Sea and visits Petra in Jordan, the Pyramids and the Sphinx in Egypt and other attractions on a cruise.
Keeping the faith: The maasai environmental resources coalition.
Kenya: On Safari Just seven kilometers from Nairobi center Nairobi National Park is where you can drive through in your own car and see the Big Five.
Chad: Touring Animal Parks Where Hope Blooms. A wildlife tour of Chad, in Africa encountering lions, zebras, hippos, wildebeast, and hyenas.
Morocco: Rockin’ the Kasbah Exploring the history and Hollywood connections of the Aït-Ben-Haddou Kasbah
The Oyster Hotel is a five-star boutique hotel in downtown Durban, South Africa. Read about high tea and the many art galleries nearby to enjoy in this seaside South African city.
Meet Me in Atlantis: An author’s obsessive pursuit of the fabled lost city. Mark Adam’s new book chronicles his search for the city made famous by Plato.
Ethiopia. In the rural village of Harrar, there isn’t much to do but at night the hyenas come to the village and stir up a little excitement.
Robin Graham takes us to his favorite restautants and cafes in Cairo to sample the eclectic cuisines of the Egyptian capital – breakfast in egypt
Travel Books: Spencer Conway circumnavigated the continent of Africa on a motorcycle. Here’s an excerpt of the book he wrote about his travels.
A new kind of trip in South Africa combines helping with sightseeing.
Mali: Founded around 800 AD by merchants, Djenne, Mali is a city of mud swathed in the haze of cooking fires and blowing sand.
Egypt: Read about different exotic resorts in Soma Bay and popular activities and pastimes of the culture.
Namibia: A traveler took advantage of being alone and went on a solo safari!