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11 hotels opening in 2015 we can't wait to check into

11 hotels opening in 2015 we can't wait to check into

These fabulous new properties will make you want to rethink your upcoming holiday plans
Ancient pharaoh statue rises again in Egypt

Ancient pharaoh statue rises again in Egypt

A 42-foot statue of Pharaoh Amenhotep III restored to its former grandeur has been unveiled in the ancient city of Luxor
Most ethical travel destinations for 2015

Most ethical travel destinations for 2015

Nonprofit Ethical Traveler has released its annual list of the developing countries doing the most to promote human rights and preserve their environments
10 reasons to experience the mind-blowing AfrikaBurn festival

10 reasons to experience the mind-blowing AfrikaBurn festival

South Africa’s answer to Burning Man is a surreal mirage of sculptures, music and mayhem under star-filled desert skies
Seeking the thrill: Extreme hikers go the distance

Seeking the thrill: Extreme hikers go the distance

Between snow storms, avalanches and steep terrain, these hikers brave it all for stunning views and adventure
Travel + Leisure's ultimate adventure bucket list

Travel + Leisure's ultimate adventure bucket list

Not every escapade requires traveling to the ends of the earth or pushing your body's limits, but here's a few every adventure traveler should know
Power rangers: Botswana's all-electric safari

Power rangers: Botswana's all-electric safari

Chobe Game Lodge in Botswana ups the eco stakes with what it claims is world's first battery-powered safari fleet
 Tour de Township: By bike through Johannesburg's Alexandra

Tour de Township: By bike through Johannesburg's Alexandra

Young entrepreneur's start-up business introduces tourists to a different side of South African culture
Victoria Falls: 'Zimbabwe's goldmine' draws back thrill-seekers

Victoria Falls: 'Zimbabwe's goldmine' draws back thrill-seekers

Tourism industry turns a corner in southern African nation after a decade of tough times
Swamps, scorpions and war: A 3,750-mile walk along the Nile

Swamps, scorpions and war: A 3,750-mile walk along the Nile

Photojournalist Levison Wood endures robbery, crocodiles, mountains, scorpions and civil conflict to become first person to walk length of famous river
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Destination Berlin

From a casino restroom to a park in Seoul, the striking symbol of war and freedom has ended up in some strange places. November 9 is the anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall