Just because some people think these destinations are miserable doesn't mean they actually are.
In the Kakamega region of Kenya, Kennedy Yamame is working with Biolite to bring power, education, and hope to some of the 335,760 homes that don't have electricity.
Alex Honnold and Cedar Wright are known for sending incredible routes in remote regions around the world.
Nomadic herders have brought guns and hundreds of thousands of livestock into the green expanses of Laikipia County, starving out wildlife and shooting the area's megafauna. As police burn homesteads and shoot civilians in response, the future of one of the most iconic regions on the planet hangs in the balance.
In Kenya, many young girls travel by foot to and from school every day—sometimes as far as 10 miles.
Nicky Fitzgerald loves tourists, doesn't believe in work-life balance, and has a controversial approach to conservation that just might work
In March of 2016, filmmakers Spencer MacDonald and Eva Verbeeck traveled to the highlands of the Kenyan Rift Valley to document the culture that produces some of the best runners in the world
With petroleum as his paint, English photographer Simon Norfolk took to Africa’s second highest peak, Mount Kenya, to outline the mountains’ vanishing Lewis Glacier.
After last year’s Boston Marathon winner tested positive, the running community asked: Does Kenya have a doping problem? Does the world?
Don't plan any vacations before reading this year's Best of Travel winners.
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