The lush forests and scalable mountains of East Africa offer some of the world’s best one-day adventures, which just might include a gorilla sighting or two
By Simon Vaughan, Outpost Senior Editor It's Africa's highest peak and one of the Seven Summits, but reaching the snows of Kilimanjaro doesn't necessitate being a world class mountaineer. Some people coll...
If road tripping under open skies and across vast landscapes with breathtaking views is how you like to explore the planet, this two-week tour in South Africa should be on your bucket-list.
In southwestern Africa sits a country with some of the continent's best treasures—desert, savannah, coastline and big game.
Djibouti is not your typical family holiday vacation. Instead of snow, Santa and caroling, there’s thick salt, unbearable heat and misdirection into the darkest night.
It’s dirty and it’s dangerous and you probably shouldn’t do it. One traveller’s daring ride atop the infamous iron-ore train in West Africa
If your idea of a classic African safari includes tenting in the middle of the savannah, with herds of elephant and wildebeest nearby, this Kenyan safari is for you.
Reaching the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania requires no technical skill or previous mountaineering experience.
In the patch of Sahara where Sudan converges with Egypt and Libya lie traces of a once vibrant distant past defined by some remarkable people and astonishing events
Life in one of Africa's smallest counties, exploring the cliffs of Wales, and a cow race like you've never seen before!