with a Masai warrior along the shores of Tanzania’s Lake Manyara early in the morning to experience authentic culture, keep fit and get a feel for local life.
the Langtang Valley, north of Kathmandu, Nepal, and one of the lesser-trodden paths that offers fewer tourists than the Everest and Annapurna regions with equally spectacular views.
with a Mongolian family that lives in the Gobi Desert in their “ger” (yurt), a traditional nomadic dwelling of wood and felt that can be moved easily with the livestock.
sharp-toothed piranhas out of Peru’s Lake Valencia, down river from Inkaterra Reserva Amazónica, and feast on the day’s catch for lunch.
with whale sharks at the Ningaloo Reef off the coast of Western Australia. The gentle giants of the sea are the largest species of fish and can grow up to 60 feet in length.
with Hadzabe tribesmen in northern Tanzania, some of the last fulltime huntergatherers in Africa, and learn how to make a bow and arrow using ancient techniques. KER & DOWNEY
Published on Jul 25, 2014
Explore France, Italy, China, Maldives and some of the best places to travel this summer in Ker & Downey's Summer issue of QUEST magazine.