Africa

Where the Wild Things Star

Agoraphobics don’t do well in Namibia. Almost twice the size of California, with a seemingly endless horizon, its territory is taking the lead on...

Step Into Liquid

Morocco became a surfing hot spot in the 1950s, when beach bums flocked in from Europe. But it didn’t enter American consciousness until Kelly Slater began frequenting the winter swell a...

Best Surf Trip

The stunning 1,000-mile coastal drive between Cape Town and Durban offers more consistently uncrowded waves than anywhere else in the world. Why? Southern Ocean storms produce southwest waves...

Best Islands

There are islands with white-sand beaches all over the world, but once you’ve been to the Seychelles nothing seems to measure up. Its 115 islets lie in an end-of-the-world...

Climb Mount Kilimanjaro

This journey starts with a ten-day climb of Kilimanjaro via the Grand Traverse, a little-traveled route that virtually circumnavigates the famed 19,341-foot peak. Add on a 12-day safari,...

Best Deal

Gamewatchers Safaris’ new six-night Adventure Camping Safaris have all the trappings of an expensive tour...

Best New Safari

Next month the Wilderness Group will open the first two camps in the Republic of the Congo’s

Che Shale, Malindi, Kenya

Best For: Kitesurfers who dream about consistent 18 to 25 knot winds that blow all day, almost every day, 300 days a year....

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