The ancient churches found in Ethiopia have been painstakingly carved top down into red volcanic rock. Welcome to Africa’s most incredible historical wonder.
There are seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Tunisia, but our Bucket List picks the spectacular Dougga, the largest and most impressive Roman city in North Africa.
There are few mountains you can summit at 5895m high without ropes. And there are fewer mountains with the storied history, allure and incredible views of Tanzania’s Mount Kilimanjaro.
For this unique wildlife encounter, put on goggles and your bathing suit to enter a small cage and be lowered into a clear pool containing huge Nile crocodiles.
It is the largest single movement of animals on the planet, a wildlife bonanza as millions of wildebeest migrate between the Serengeti and Masai Mara National Park. Let us safari in style.
The Omo Valley is one of the most culturally diverse regions on the planet, and a hotspot for unique tribal encounters Your experience can vary greatly, depending on the tribe, your guide, and your expectations.
Famous for its sunsets, Mauritius is one of those mythical tropical getaways that sit just beyond the white sandy dreams of our imagination.
Trek through dense jungle in Uganda, Rwanda or the DRC to observe the world’s last remaining mountain gorillas in their natural habitat.