In the first of a two-part series, Adrian Rorvik visits Cascade Island Lodge in Namibia.
'A safari can be one of the most expensive things people ever buy after a house and a car.'
A trip to Zimbabwe doesn't come cheap, but don't let that put you off, writes Nicola Mawson.
How did the monuments come to be considered important and why were they destroyed?
How do you get around in a city with few street names, where buildings have no numbers?
If you happen to be in Mozambique, you're in the perfect spot to view the annular eclipse.
Marrakech is an inspired idea for its extraordinary souk, handsome monuments and vibrant street life.
If you're heading to Namibia soon, we've got some things to add to your bucket list.
Azura Selous launches its new Villa Twiga - promising the most private and stylish safari experience ever.
Why go to the extra effort to go to Hwange when we have Kruger? The answer is simple, writes Brendan Seery.
Gorillas contribute about 90 percent of the revenues from Rwanda national parks.
In Pepeijn, 14, and Romeq's, 12, first blog for National Geographic KiDS, we learn about the boys' awesome African adventures.
Reunion is the perfect location to observe an astronomical event out of the ordinary - an annular eclipse of the sun.
The Grand Mosque in Benin's capital is a marvel of Afro-Brazilian architecture, yet like much in Porto Novo it faces collapse.
Sue Watt was invited to Malawi's Liwonde National Park to see the first day of the world's biggest elephant translocation operation.