A first-hand account of responsible wildlife tourism on the Masai Mara
How to spot animals on the move, across the globe
An introduction to the Berbers, Maasai, and Mongols
How The Planeterra Project is changing lives in Kenya
Public murals, graffiti and other art in Nairobi sends a positive message of change and optimism
These ten trips topped travellers' wish lists ahead of the holidays — and they’re destined to become some of next year’s hottest destinations!
Award-winning travel writers and advocates of sustainable tourism Daniel Noll & Audrey Scott explore the tradition of adamu—the signature dance of the Maasai.
Traditionally worn by the Maasai in East Africa, the shuka bears a history as rich as its colours.
An outdoor experience like no other
Find out what a night on board one of the most epic train rides in Africa is like
Join us on this traveller-made safari tour as we chart the landscapes and wildlife of East Africa.?
"If only I had more time here" is not something you hear from travellers on Local Living style trips. Take some time to sink into your surroundings and notice the details. Unpack once on our Instagrams of the Week as we highlight some of the destinations we slow down in.
Cast your eyes on an East Africa where the wildlife are free to roam through protected parks with backdrops of lush green hills and burning sunsets.
With Ebola fears subsiding, there’s never been a better—or more important—time to visit Africa. G Adventures' Daniel Sendecki explores how tourism and travellers can play a role in Africa’s recovery.
Check out this visual adventure to learn more about staying this close to the real thing.
We've all been there?– that dreaded (or thrilling) moment when someone offers you something squirmy, crunchy or even still-alive to eat. See how Emily M of G Adventures learned that life is always surprising when you're ready for anything.
Join Wanderer-in-Residence Nellie Huang as she collects her most favourite snaps from her travels to this East Africa country.
Kenya is one of the world's greatest destinations, known for its remarkable diversity of landscapes, wildlife and cultures
Sure, you read nature magazines, and maybe you watch the shows on TV. But have you ever considered actually striking it out on an authentic African safari yourself? It’s closer – and more possible – than you’d think. Take our Kenya Wildlife Safari trip, for example – in only eight days, you’ll have multiple chances [&hellip
Cute. Baby. Elephants. Do I have you hooked? If not, try these images