It’s a destination few have heard of; two tiny islands off equatorial West Africa where the descendants of escaped slaves and shipwrecked Angolans find the pace of life in the four-street capital too hectic.
Ethiopia is a place of ancient culture. Known for its spirituality, underground churches, Martian-like landscapes and world-renowned coffee, this country is like no other in Africa.
If you’ve never heard of this twin-island African nation, you aren’t alone – but its intriguing heritage, exceptional biodiversity, and exuberant festivals make it worth getting to know.
Nomad Alicia Erickson explores a hostile but beautiful region that feels more like Mars or Venus than planet Earth.
The Ethiopian Plateau is a region of Africa unlike any other, home to golden-maned monkeys, Ethiopian wolves, and ancient, frescoed churches carved from rock.
Talking with a local craftswoman about the genocide that occurred in Rwanda 25 years ago., Cameron Beach gets a lesson in forgiveness.
Francis Tapon traveled to all 54 African countries picking up hitchhikers as he went, from locals to police and military men, capturing great stories and creating memories.
Filmmaker Stephanie Vermillion didn’t expect a tiny red football to entirely change the dynamic of her Mt. Kili climb.
City dweller Sarah Doar didn’t expect a purse snatching in the wilds of Zambia.
In this episode we meet filmmaker Miles Rowland who stumbled across an ancient Maasai ceremony in which boys become men and the celebratory banquet where drinking blood is part of the ritual.
Plus-sized cancer survivor Bisa Myles faces a new challenge – Mount Kilimanjaro.