The coldest, windiest, and driest landmass on Earth rests at the southernmost tip of the planet, where the fifth-largest continent stretches its icy expanse over five million square miles, all within the Antarctic Circle, and the site of the true South Pole.
Conserving rhinos is about more than just stopping poachers. Saving Africa’s rhinos will require a multidimensional strategy, with private game reserves and national parks cooperating and anti-poaching efforts working in tandem with education campaigns.
Fast-paced, voguish, and overwhelmingly friendly, Beirut, the capital of Lebanon, is crowded and chaotic. With soul, diversity, and an intoxicating atmosphere, it is a city that you will find instantly addictive.
Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is old, complex, and biologically rich. It is also home to half the world’s remaining mountain gorillas. Bordering the Democratic Republic of Congo and located in the southwestern corner of Uganda,
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As I prepare to travel to Israel for a long-overdue return trip – I lived there many years ago – it’s my much-loved and faithful backpack that I reach for in-between cleaning cameras and charging
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Ask me about my idea of a wonderland and I will describe to you a place where mountains roll across sand dunes into the ocean. Hiking trails take you through ancient milkwood forests and 4×4