Lance Richardson follows the trail of Tsavo lions whose cunning is etched in Kenyan history.
Kenya's Lesser flamingos are currently in abundance in the country's drier regions after heavy rains nationwide have altered the salinity of the water in many lakes making them less rich in...
Best of 2011
The Traveller team recounts some of the people, places and surprises that filled the year with unforgettable moments.
On the island of Lamu, Lance Richardson discovers the impact on a community when tragedy means the tourists stop coming.
Across cultures and ecosystems, Robert Upe takes a 2000-kilometre road trip through Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda.
Jane E. Fraser From London to the Seychelles and the wilds of Kenya, everywhere William and Kate go is turning to tourism gold.
Jane E. Fraser Follow the pride by day, retire to a luxury lodge by night. More Australians are seeking 'exotic' destinations and Africa's wildlife makes the continent a growing favourite.
On safari in the Masai Mara reserve, Helen Anderson finds the wildlife soundtrack as compelling as the creatures.
The rolling savannah worked wonders for Prince William when he popped the question. Ute Junker stops by to rate the romance factor.
Helen Anderson encounters rare creatures and old-fashioned Hollywood glamour at an equatorial safari club.
Shompole remains a benchmark for barefoot luxury, while bringing a lion population back from the brink, writes Brian Jackman.
Maria Visconti "GIRAFFE!" shouts one in our group less than 10 minutes from the international airport.
At a cool colonial club in east Africa, Craig Tansley hears echoes of elephants and Hollywood excess.
Tripologist My husband wants to drive around Africa. I'm worried about where we leave the vehicle in countries where we know no one. Any tips?
Tripologist I'm travelling to Africa at the end of the year. I will have four weeks to get from the Congo to Nairobi. Can you recommend the best way to get around?
Traditions hold strong among the Masai, despite drought and the pressures of tourism, writes Belinda Jackson.
Ben Groundwater The recent boat accident in Thailand shows the risks that almost all travellers take when they're overseas. But despite the dangers, they're usually risks worth taking.
Michael Gebicki My wife and I want to cycle part or all of the Rhine in an organised tour but would prefer not to carry our belongings. Can you suggest tours?
Paul Chai puts the safari on hold to explore Nairobi's rich history, great food and buzzing urban pulse.
Jackie Holland witnesses one of the greatest shows on earth from the comfort of her lodge.