Spending time in rural Africa is an experience that should be taken but never taken lightly. Our guest writer Ken Firestone has spent years meeting different communities in Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and other countries and has learned valuable lessons along the way.
With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, we wanted to mix things up a bit. Instead of flowers and candy and teddy bears, we suggest packing a bag, finding a new place on the map and going on one of these five romantic scavenger hunts.
Join us as Jeremy Scott Foster, founder of Travelers Building Change, talks about a new fundraiser geared toward saving one rhino at a time. With one rhino dying by the hands of poachers every seven hours, there isn't time to waste, and with everyone's help, the #JustOneRhino campaign might just make a difference.
If you are enjoying Christmas at home this year and haven’t been able to experience the holiday as a traveler in a distant land, try bringing other customs and global traditions into your home with a new recipe.
Italy is a prime place to visit in the winter if you are looking for a little snow. From low transportation and lodging costs to an astonishing lack of tourists, Italy may even be considered to be more enjoyable during the winter months.
Christmas in Iceland is bursting with ancient lore andtraditionsas it is one of the first places that married old winter solstice festivals with Christian celebrations and from that marriage came a magical holiday full of joy and mystery.
While many travelers may be roller skating through Caracas to attend Church on Christmas morning, you could be ensconced in the jungle surrounded by tepuis enjoying authentic traditional celebratory dishes in Kamarata, Venezuela.