I fell in love with Zimbabwe in 1994, and as I returned over the years, I witnessed the country crumble under Robert Mugabe's rule.
"Entering Laayoune at night, we couldn’t have known the city had been on fire."
With verdant wineries and dramatic cliff-side ocean views, South Africa’s Cape of Good Hope makes for a blissful day trip—if you can dodge the hungry baboons.
Mud baths, spiced coffee and a dip in Egypt’s Nile River—it’s what makes in Aswan, the colourful Nubian village, a perfect oasis in the desert.
Makeshift vine ladders, baboon hordes and sudden cliffs: as this cross-continental motorcyclist learns, you won’t find a better adventure than in the jungles of West Africa.
Walking around Chefchaouen, Morocco's famous "blue city," is an undeniably beautiful experience. Getting scrubbed at one of the hammams, however, is not.
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.
In southwestern Africa sits a country with some of the continent's best treasures—desert, savannah, coastline and big game. Join a Canadian couple as they road trip across Namibia, where the land is golden and the skies starry.
“Leopards attack from behind, so you lead.” My Hemingway-esque bravado drained into the sand.
From Mpumalanga to Cape Town, South Africa offers something for everyone.