Updated: 01/23/2018 | January 23, 2018 This is a guest post by Anthony of The Travel Tart. Most people travel to Africa for one reason — to go on safari and check out the many animals that can potentially kill you. Viewing animals and what they do in their natural environment takes on a different […]
We travelers are a lucky bunch. It’s easy to forget just how privileged we are to be able to travel the world. The truth is, most people rarely even leave their own country, let alone visit destinations all over the globe. My recent visit to Madagascar reminded me that it’s important to keep this perspective in mind, and to give back to organizations that help the places we visit.
Madagascar. It’s more than an incorrect (but fun) DreamWorks movie. Located off the eastern coast of Africa, this island, nearly the size of France and the third largest in the world, has a population over 20 million but sees only about 325,000 tourists a year.1 I spent two weeks there with Intrepid Travel Travel and […]
Madagascar, a country famed for lemurs, baobab trees, birding, and jungles, offers visitors a rich playground to explore. I was enthralled by its beauty: the sweeping canyons and gorges, the grand waterfalls, and the sheer diversity of the landscape. One day you’re in a tropical jungle, the next you’re in an arid plain, and a […]
In this guest post, Cameron and Natasha from The World Pursuit share their favorite books about Africa. Insightful, inspiring, heartbreaking, and everything in between, these books will tempt you to book a trip to the continent so you can see first-hand just how extraordinary it is!
Madagascar. The name conjures up a land of wild nature, mystical and unexplored. With only 350,000 visitors per year, Madagascar is one of the most well-known but least visited African nations. I recently had the opportunity to visit the country with Intrepid Travel. Here’s what is discovered!