Lungi Mchunu has written her name in history, becoming the first African woman to sail to the North Pole. This endeavour is made even more incredible because she grew up frightened of the ocean.
Why size matters in the Kruger National Park, how a 6' 2" (187 cm) Swedish traveller plans to live in a small van, and the hospitality training center in Cape Town changing lives for the San people.
Discover why this game reserve is a conservation victory – and one of South Africa’s best-kept secrets.
In this episode, we hear about Namibia’s iconic Himba tribe, surfing the Skeleton Coast, driving in remote Damaraland, where elephants roam and jumping spiders.
How tracking endangered rhinos on foot set filmmaker Brian Rapsey on a whole new career path.
Traveling overland 5,000 miles from Cape Town, Sarah Duff discovers a remote area of Damaraland, in northwestern Namibia, where desert elephants roam freely.
Wildlife photographer Cindy-Lou Dale comes face-to-face with one of her subjects in her bedroom.
Known for its eye-wateringly expensive lodges, Sarah Gilbert sticks to her budget as she explores Botswana on a mobile camping safari.
Heather Richardson explores Botswana’s vast salt pans to discover wildlife, ancient cultural traditions of the San Bushmen, and an adrenaline fix.
Listen to the World Nomads Podcast on Botswana and learn about the San Bushmen, the adventurous photographer who camped her way across Africa, and jaw-dropping city names from around the world.
Travel writer and wildlife conservationist Bryony witnesses two giraffes locked in an epic battle for survival.