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Take a hike: 8 of the world's greatest treks

These are no walks in the park. They’ll challenge you physically and engage you mentally, leaving you with an indelible impression of the richness of our planet.

by Daniel Sendecki

Namibia: The world’s great nothing

Landscapes of sand as far as the eye can see. Travel into the heart of the Namib desert with National Geographic Travel's Digital Nomad Robert Reid.

by Robert Reid

The makers of Madagascar

With little more than the natural and recycled resources within their reach, Madagascar's Malagasy people combine tradition with need, and an entrepreneurial vision, to make useful and beautiful things.

by Kim McCabe

Through the maize: Foods of Zimbabwe

African trade routes and the influence of British rule have both shaped the existing local food staples into today’s Zimbabwean cuisine.

by Jodi Ettenberg