Africa Travel

1. Hacienda AltaGracia (Pérez Zeledón, Costa Rica)
CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA January is mid-summer in South Africa. In the warm, dry weather, you can take full advantage of the
There are parallels between monuments as symbols of white supremacy and racial oppression in South Africa and the U.S.
It seems that nearly every week now we are confronted by horrific headlines involving the carnage of tourists and ordinary
The wedding is over, the guests have gone home and the rings on you and your partner’s entwined fingers are glistening. Just
Mark Twain famously said, “Travel is fatal to bigotry, prejudice, and narrow-mindedness. Broad, wholesome, and charitable
Ethiopia is definitely authentic. But authentic can also mean mud, flies, intermittent water and electricity, long drives
Cynthia Ord is a Denver, Colorado, native currently traveling in Thailand. When not freelancing via the Internet for a handful
So I ask again, if African Americans returned to Africa and were exposed to these realities, would Africa still appear to
These 11 adventures will bring you around the globe and inspire you to step outside of your comfort zone and think of new adventures to incorporate into your travels for 2016.
Japan has cherry blossoms, Holland has fields of tulips, and Africa has its famous jacarandas. They erupt in vivid purple flowers in October and November, the southern hemisphere's spring. That means right about now, the streets are awash in a gorgeous carpet of violet.
On the fringes of the Serengeti, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area has just as much allure and is a UNESCO World Heritage
Spending a night in Marrakesh will produce experiences to be remembered long after you've arrived back home--here are top 3 suggestions for what to do when the sun goes down.
A single day can completely surprise you, overwhelm you and provide your senses with so much to process that it burns into your memory for the rest of your life.
Ganvie's 3,000 buildings include a post office, a bank, a hospital, a church, and a mosque. The village school is one of the few buildings not on stilts; it's located on a patch of dry land big enough for kids to play soccer after class.