Namibia: Tracking Rhinos in Namibian African Time. Margie Goldsmith joins experienced rhino trackers in the Namibia Savannah to see the beasts up close.
Morocco’s essential oil is Argan oil, harvested from trees in Berber communities in Agadir Morocco.
Expert Africa specializes in tours for young travelers to Africa.
Rebeccah Fleming takes us Gorongosa Park in Mozambique in southern Africa.
Northern Ethiopia: Kent St. John journeys to northern Ethiopia and visits ancient monasteries high in the mountains.
Matthew Kadey continues his bike tour of Ethiopia. Rocky cliffs, winding river gorges and car-free paths make the Ethiopian highlands Shangri-la.
GoNOMAD Plane Reader ebooks: Take 30 travel articles with you on the plane, and learn all about a place before you get there. These ebooks will inspire you!
Petro Kotzé writes about ten fun-filled day trips from the World Cup host city of Nelspruit, South Africa.
Petro Kotzé presents a guide to South Africa’s capital, Pretoria, what to see and do and where to dine and dance.
Cape Town South Africa: Petro Kotzé lists ten exciting activities in Cape Town, South Africa, that cost little or nothing – cheap things to do in Cape Town
India: Dr. Swati Dasgupta visits Bali Island in the Sundarbans, a coastal mangrove jungle in West Bengal and Bangladesh.
Morocco Travel Tips. Tips for first-time travelers and visiting Berber villages in Morocco, including what not to do with taxi drivers and carpet sellers.
Ann Banks offers some tips on how to be a good guest in Morocco, a land of legendary hospitality.
Lome, Togo: Discovering the Paris of West Africa, its markets, nightlife and the security situation.
Ghana: experiencing nature five ways, from meeting monkeys to riding on crocodiles backs to canopy walking in national parks
The black Nile ones man’s amazing journey through peace and war on the worlds longest river, through Kampala Uganda at the very beginning of the Nile River.
Facing the Congo in a Dug-Out Canoe: Adventurer Jeffrey Tayler, a white man, navigates the Congo River and meets the residents of the jungle in this exciting book.
Mariel Kennison reviews Julian Smith’s new book Crossing the Heart of Africa, in which he writes about taking an incredibly arduous journey to prove his love for his bride-to-be.