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If you’ve been waiting for the deal of a lifetime before going on vacation this is for you.In honor of leap year, the global tour operator Friendly... Read More

It’s a sweltering September morning in Nairobi when I make my way into a gas station to grab cold water for the road. My 10-day journey with Intrepid’s... Read More

Even the most ambitious of travelers wouldn’t dream of combining a multi-day safari and a week-long island cruise – but thanks to a new initiative by... Read More

Twenty-five years ago, The Lion King introduced the African savanna to many a Westerner; it also inspired real-world travel to the continent. Ditto on... Read More

Travel can be hectic and when you travel to some of the busiest cities in the world, that frenetic energy can be overwhelming. Thankfully, there are... Read More

There’s no better way to experience a local culture than through its food. You can discover so much about a country’s history and values by how people... Read More

Each year, somewhere between 1 and 2 million wildebeest migrate between the Serengeti in Tanzania and Kenya's Masai Mara. En route, the animals cross... Read More

An African safari is the type of getaway that stays with you long after you’ve returned home. And how could it not? It’s an unparalleled opportunity to... Read More

While sub-Saharan Africa may always be best known as a safari destination, its cities are increasingly enticing to travelers looking to spend more time... Read More

Now you can see Simba’s real-life kingdom for yourself on “Lion King”-themed safari in one of the most beautiful regions on the planet.In honor of the... Read More

Kenya’s once-in-a-century black leopard is getting the lion’s share of attention these days, but there’s another feline phenomenon in South Africa’s... Read More

One of the most incredible natural events on the planet is happening a bit early this year.The Great Wildebeest Migration, the world’s largest migration... Read More

With Memorial Day behind us, it’s fair to say summer is (unofficially) here. And with the start of the season comes two things: vacation and... Read More

Golden light had just started to fall over the lush landscape, the rising sun warming up the red brick courtyard overlooking the 12-acre property just... Read More

Earlier this week, Prince William attended an event for the Royal African Society (RAS), where he revealed he will be making a last-minute trip to the... Read More

A hippopotamus attacked and killed a Taiwanese tourist who was attempting to take a picture over the weekend, according to Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS)... Read More

More and more travelers are waking up to an uncomfortable truth: climate change, overtourism, and human incursion are posing an increasing threat to... Read More

Barack Obama‘s got some moves!The 44th president showed off his dance skills during a two-day trip to his father’s native country of Kenya.On Monday,... Read More

No matter who you are, it’s never too late to make a difference in the world.Nonna Irma, a 93-year-old grandmother in Noventa Vicentina in Veneto,... Read More

You’ve probably had a hotel room with a view — but never one with a bird’s eye view.At the Segera x Nay Palad Bird Nest Hotel, guests can experience... Read More

As the helicopter rose over a ridge, I caught my first glimpse of Lake Turkana, a breathtaking sky-blue crescent in the desert of northern Kenya.... Read More

This story originally appeared on People.com. A video of the Baylor University Men’s Choir breaking into song on an international flight is going, ahem,... Read More

You won't know you're nearing Arijiju until you have already arrived. The house is built into the Laikipia foothills north of Mount Kenya, its grass... Read More

There’s always that one friend who always looks awkward in group photos.If you happen to look around your friend group and figure out that someone is... Read More

At a time when international travel has become more accessible than ever, a broad range of adventurers have set out to map the world, with plenty of... Read More

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