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.
Uganda: Margie Goldsmith plays blues harmonica with a tribe of Pygmies in the Virunga Mountains, teaching western music techniques to the intrigued locals.
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.
Mole National Park, Ghana- Africa’s Cheapest Safari. Adam Black enjoys wildlife in a hard-to-reach park that’s one of Africa’s best values.
Egypt: A fishing safari on the Nile River that’s perfect for the angler who loves adventure.
Nairobi Kenya: Top Ten things to do and see in this huge capital city of Kenya, Africa.
Morocco: Chris Watson and his son head out to M’Hamid, in the vast Sahara desert for a camping hiking adventure.
Sailing in Nosy Be, Madagascar. Jean Spoljaric cruises the coast and revels in the splendor of the Indian ocean. Experiencing Africa on a yacht cruise.
Nosy Be, Madagascar. Jean M. Spoljaric meets lemurs and spends time at Sakatia Lodge in the Mitsio archipelago.
Ramblers Walking Tour in Kenya amongst the beautiful scenery and wildlife of Kenyan forests. Not only will you see the Big Five, you’ll get exercise too!