Amidst crack grounds and dry palm trees, Moroccan people deal with a drought that has grown to threaten many ancient oasis.
Gaggles of tourists gathered on a February morning for a glimpse of hallways, bedrooms and a wedding chapel sculpted from ice, part of the 30th incarnation of Sweden's ice hotel.
Cubans, in the region's only communist country with a still mostly state-led economy, face very high prices and not much selection at all.
Foskett, an avid vegetarian, loved the vegetarian food, the colour and most importantly the Indian hospitality.
SpaceX plans to send four tourists deeper into orbit than any private citizen before them. The mission could take place by 2022 and easily cost more than $100 million.
The viral pictures show the Antarctic turning red near a former British research station due to microscopic algae that can survive in freezing temperatures.
The number of travellers visiting the UAE from Saudi Arabia grew significantly in the fourth quarter of 2019. Dubai’s multi-dimensional market and customised campaigns showcase the city’s ability to remain attractive to the KSA tourists.
Perched at an altitude of 2,150 metres, the statues are part of a temple and tomb complex that King Antiochus I, of the ancient Commagene kingdom built as a monument to himself.
The Tembe indigenous people of Brazil's Amazon rainforest for generations have painted their bodies for rites of passage, weddings and to symbolize that they're ready for war.
As their classmates set off to play after school each day, nine-year-old Sakshi Garud and her neighbour Siddharth Dhage, 10, are among a small group of children who take a 14-km (9 miles) return train journey from their village in India to fetch water.