Uniquely diverse and ancient people coexist alongside wildlife found nowhere else in the world.
A lake supports abundant life and is home to some of the most diverse human cultures in Africa.
The world's largest desert receives little rainfall and temperatures fluctuate wildly.
The Congo is home to a diverse collection of plants and animals including forest buffalo, bongo, and forest elephants.
Great white sharks come from as far away as Australia and 15 percent of the world's coastal marine species are found here.
Reaching high into the sky at Africa's steamy equator, Mount Kenya stretches up into the troposphere.
Life has adapted and diversified in Madagascar to produce some of the world's weirdest animals.
Tracing the Nile River's course from the African Great lakes to the Sahara desert.
The Virungas are home to some of the world's most iconic animals and the most mysterious landscapes.
The water of the Zambezi river spills over Victoria Falls, the largest sheet of falling water in the world.
In the heart of Africa lies one of the world's most magnificent splendors, the Ngorongoro crater.
The Okavango Delta is a tranquil oasis within Botswana's desert.