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!
Mozambique: a chance to help out by volunteering on a horseranch. Riding horses in Mozambique.
Umbrella boys in Morocco put on a riveting performance for beach-goers to perform.
A Moroccan Road Trip Across the High Atlas. Exploring the rural parts of Morocco where Argon oil is prized and local weavers create works of art.
Zimbabwe’s Matopos Nat’l Park. Cave paintings and rock gongs in one of Africa’s best parks.
Attending a funeral in rural Ghana, guests learn about the culture of the tribe and the sound of the drums of death, something few westerners have seen.
Namibia: A Safari on Horseback. traveling across the desert in Namibia on horseback
Motorbiking in Madagascar: Dangers and Delights, Snakes and a dancing girl: zebu horns and stunning landscapes. Riding Madagascar.
The last train left running in Madagascar connects the highland town of Fianarasoa to the east-coast town of Manakara.
Morocco. Nick Wharton found himself in the midst of a riot one day in Tetouan, Morocco, here is an account of being a stranger in a strange land.
Dead Men Don’t Leave Tips Adventure X Africa by Brandon Wilson. An excerpt from the book about hiking across Africa by noted author who hikes very often.
Senegal: Not for the faint of heart, but a place of amazing music unforgettable hospitality. A journey from Dakar to Ile de Goree and by boat to Ziguinchor.
Mozambique: Pip Strickland takes an overland journey by train from south to North to Isle de Mozambique.
South Africa: A Blue Lagoon & Ostriches in the West Coast National Park. Lauren Manuel takes a beach day.
A Journey to the Island in the Sky: Climbing Malawi’s Mt Mulanje.
Madagascar:Caitlin Prince visits Mantadia National Park on this island off Africa’s SE coast.