The best part? You get to hang out with some endangered mountain gorillas.
Whether you’re a safari addict stuck in a rut or a first-timer with a wild side, these 10 safaris will help you find your way off the beaten path.
This former British colony in southern Africa is quickly becoming the next best travel destination.
With eco-friendly luxury lodges and guided tours, visitors to Namibia can contribute to the countries outstanding wildlife conservation efforts.
On a safari cruise, guests get the chance to explore the African wilds, setting out in search of the continent's exotic landscapes and legendary wildlife.
Going on safari doesn’t necessarily mean going to Africa. Here’s a look at some of the best stateside wildlife viewings.
Get ready for an ocean safari that will bring you face to face with great white sharks, southern right whales, dolphins, seals, and penguins.
If you're a responsible traveler who wants to plan an African safari, work with one of these top-rated tour operators.
As an ambassador for WildAid, Yao is working to keep elephants and rhinos from facing extinction.
This East African country has so much more to offer beyond game drives: undeveloped beaches, the fascinating Maasai tribe, and the world’s tallest freestanding mountain—Mount Kilimanjaro.