From Chicago to Melbourne, you don’t have to search far to get a taste of Italy.
Nairobi is more than just a gateway to the Masai Mara—it’s worth a full stop.
What was once reserved for the billionaires and celebrities of the world, has now opened up as a resort for the masses.
Located 70 kilometers southwest of the capital Nairobi, the secluded Olorgesailie village is not only a “factory of stone tools” but also an exciting campsite for tourists.
From gorillas in Uganda to Komodo Dragons in Indonesia—these are the best national parks for wildlife spotting around the globe.
After preserving its Swahili settlement heritage for over seven centuries, Kenya’s touristic town is now at risk.
A new option for travelers offers authentic stays in destinations formerly unreached.
Most travelers book their bucket list safari in a national park like Kenya’s Maasai Mara Reserve, but the best safari experience rests in the privately-owned conservancies working to support local communities and protect Africa’s wildlife.
Superstitious Mombasa residents are terrified of Hussein Ahmed, a caretaker to 300 stray cats thought to be evil spirits.