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Bourdain's 'enchanting' visit to Senegal

8 dazzling reasons to visit Senegal
Vibrant and welcoming Senegal, with its rich traditions and natural beauty combining to great effect, is an ideal choice for a first-time visitor to Africa.
Senegal's Islamic Faith
On "Parts Unknown" Anthony Bourdain heads to Senegal where the majority of the country is Muslim. He speaks with famous singer Youssou N'Dour about the hopes and challenges facing the religion. Tune in Sunday at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

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Senegalese flavor in American cuisine
On the next episode of "Parts Unknown" Anthony Bourdain heads to Senegal. He retraces the roots of some familiar American cuisine. Tune in Sunday night at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
And the top U.S. beaches for 2016 are ...

World's 25 most popular amusement parks
Minneapolis chefs serve up the next food trends
Best amusement park rides for summer
The best U.S. Main Streets are ....

Wow! 2016 Nat Geo travel photo contest entries
Nat Geo's judges have got their work cut out if these gorgeous images are anything to go by
6 best new U.S. coastal hotels

Drivers Will Be Furious When This Finally Happens
If you drive less than 50 miles a day, this new rule will shock you.

Nomadic artist Not Vital's treehouse giants take root
Secret hotels you don't know exist

Hong Kong skyscraper's hidden message
Hong Kong's tallest skyscraper has been glimmering with a hidden message
Africa's Eden: 7 reasons to discover the Waterberg
A few hours' from Johannesburg, this rugged and ancient region is home to soaring mountains and wide savannah planes

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On board the world's biggest cruise ship
Harmony of the Seas sets off on its official maiden voyage on May 29
World's best food festivals

And the world's most beloved landmark is ...
According to the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), France is the world's most visited country.
Ben Gurion: the world's most secure airport?

Drivers Feel Stupid For Not Knowing This New Rule
Do NOT pay your next car insurance bill until you try this.

In case of shark attack, punch it in the nose (and other tips)
As you head to the beach this summer, here are some tips to keep you from becoming shark snack.
Obama first U.S. president to make official visit to Hiroshima

Thailand closes diving sites over coral bleaching crisis
New TSA passenger screening lines open
Airline waives witty man's $200 change fee
Shanghai issues etiquette guide for Disney visitors
As the opening date for the highly anticipated park nears, fans of Mickey and the gang are being reminded to behave.

First active-duty U.S. soldiers summit Mount Everest
Is this the world's most adventurous highway?

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Disappearing act? Artist JR hides the Louvre in plain sight
The Louvre museum has invited French street artist, JR, to wrap their world-famous glass pyramid in one of his monumental anamorphic images.
Barack Obama, Anthony Bourdain dine in Vietnam

Airport security: Can attacks be prevented?
Is flying more dangerous than ever?
Is the Trump candidacy hurting Trump's travel brand?
Donald Trump could be in trouble.
Couple parodies Instagram-perfect 'Follow Me To' series
A Taiwanese couple offers a hilarious antidote to the famed Instagram account's picture-perfect images

Europe's ultimate bucket-list hotels
This is the world's fastest growing tourism market

Drivers Will Be Furious When This Finally Happens
If you drive less than 50 miles a day, this new rule will shock you.

Rest stops: A dying slice of Americana
6 spectacular L.A. hotel pools
World's best new spas
World's top 10 islands
For sun-starved worker bees, nearly any island will do.
England's most beautiful destinations
World's most spectacular toilets
18 things we love on vacation but hate at home
When we travel, we become children again -- every experience is box-fresh with a new-car smell.
Travelers' Choice: World's best beaches
7 grand hotels with deep railroad roots
Ken Burns on national parks and presidents
National parks: Roots of 'America's best idea'
Tiny house rentals for your next mini vacation
Standing up on whitewater: Why not?
Finding beauty in contentious Georgia
9 reasons to visit Georgia now
Heavy drinking in Tbilisi, Georgia
Anthony Bourdain is charmed by Tbilisi, Georgia's special Cha-Cha. "Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown" airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
Georgia's 'hangover soup'
In the country of Georgia, Anthony Bourdain gets a taste of how locals cure hangovers. He's skeptical. "Parts Unknown," Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT
Finding the heart of Big Sky Country
Up in the villa in Naxos, Greece
Some shows start out with a simple premise -- or a nebulous one.
Lush Greek island delivers the good life
Anthony Bourdain and Anderson Cooper try super spicy wings
Delicious pain at New York's hottest Sichuan restaurant
Chef Danny Bowien isn't trying to traumatize diners.
Bourdain: 'I'm not a dream date for a vegetarian'
If you've seen about a half-hour of Anthony Bourdain on TV, you know this: He's a carnivore.
Can Anderson Cooper handle some of NYC's spiciest food?
Anthony Bourdain challenges Anderson Cooper to taste some of the hottest dishes at Mission Chinese Food in New York City.
Anderson Cooper drinks his first Martini with Bourdain
Anthony Bourdain talks about the culture and food in Senegal over Martinis with Anderson Cooper. "Parts Unknown" is on Sundays at 9 p.m. ET
Bourdain on Buenos Aires: Meat, meat and more meat
Anthony Bourdain tells Anderson Cooper that he returned from Argentina and wept at the sight of vegetables. "Parts Unknown" is on Sundays at 9 p.m. ET
Revealed: The secret lives of your fellow plane passengers
Why did the historic Boeing 747 cross the road?
Engine cover falls off during turbulent flight
Experiencing a little turbulence is pretty common for frequent fliers.
Air rage triggered by walking past first-class, study says
World's 10 most stunning airport approaches
Which U.S. airline is the best?
Wild video shows moment tourist clipped by plane
A St. Barts tourist was hoping to get a close-up shot of landing planes. But not this close.
Cuba reverses cruise policy for Cuban-Americans
The Cuban government said it would scrap a long-standing ban on letting people born in Cuba come to the island by cruise ship, the Communist Party newspaper Granma reported Friday.
How to test drive Ferrari's new 488 Spider supercar
Ferrari unveiled the highly anticipated 488 Spider super car at the Frankfurt Motor Show last September.
'Invisible' train set to roll in 2018
It's a train out of a futuristic "Star Trek" world. Or "Star Wars" or "Hunger Games." (Or your favorite fictional sci-fi universe.)
8 of the best new cruise ships hitting the seas in 2016
Among the hottest vessels coming this year is a new world's biggest cruise ship.
Instant vacation: The best travel photos of 2016
A collection of images we'll be remembering all year
Daiquiris and Ernest Hemingway in Havana
Photos: Cuba's unmistakable allure
Cuba is bracing for an influx of American tourists. See photos of the island now.
Can Cuba's tobacco industry keep up with U.S. tourism?
The Cuban cigar industry may not be ready for a U.S. tourism boom. Bill Weir talks tobacco, politics and cash on "The Wonder List" Sun. March 20 at 10p ET.
Unloading rhinos from a Hercules C-130
A species in danger: Who holds the moral high ground?
Former hunter on why he laid down his gun
Bill Weir crosses the Namibian border to Botswana where he meets a former hunter who no longer aims at animals. Sunday at 10p ET
Tracking the world's last wild black rhinos
On "The Wonder List," Bill Weir heads to Namibia for a rare glimpse of one of the world's last black rhinos. Tune in Sunday at 10p ET.
Survival of the fittest in Namibia and Botwana
Wildlife is a topic of heated debate in southern Africa. See photos of some of the species struggling to survive and thrive.
Does this country have the keys to happiness?
What's it like in Bhutan?
From incredible statues to rope bridges strung between mountains, here is a brief look at the kingdom of Bhutan.
A happy kingdom at risk of change
On "The Wonder List," Bill Weir goes high into the Himalayas to Bhutan. There he finds breathtaking views of a country at risk of change. Sunday at 10 p.m.
How much drinking and fighting can a river take?
Colorado River: 'Death from a thousand cuts'?
As big cities take their share, the Colorado River is in peril. Bill Weir plunges in before it's too late on "The Wonder List," Sunday at 10 p.m.
CNN's Bill Weir pays tribute to his late father
On the new episode of "The Wonder List," Bill Weir remembers his late father by heading out West to complete a journey they dreamed about. Sunday at 10 PM.
Iceland: Land of contrasts
Iceland's unique view on marriage
Marriage seems to be optional in Iceland and unwed mothers are the norm. Bill Weir explores Iceland's ideas of family on "The Wonder List," Sunday at 10p.
Aerial views of Iceland
Bill Weir travels to Iceland to climb the glaciers, soak in the hot springs and to find out what happens if marriage disappears.
The world's most stunning ruin?
The Paris of the Caribbean is gearing up for an influx of American tourists. Can the crumbling infrastructure meet tourism's demands? CNN's Bill Weir looks into Cuba's dizzying change.
What does Cuba look like today?
Bill Weir travels to the 'Forbidden Island' to find out what Americans can expect when they visit Cuba for the first time in a generation.
Tokyo's new hostels: Beds inside bookcases
14 hotels with amazing views
With the world's greatest number of skyscrapers in one city, as well as thousands of buildings over ten stories, Hong Kong's urban landscape has a way of overpowering visitors.
Inside TripAdvisor's No. 1 hotel in the world
7 deadly sins for hoteliers
Hair on the bathroom floor is gross, even when it's your own.
How authentic is Hong Kong's bamboo pop-up bar?
Dangling off tiny pieces of bamboo from heart-stopping heights, Hong Kong's daredevil scaffolders are a common sight on the city's streets.
World's best chefs descend on Manila
Joan Roca. Yoshihiro Narisawa. Some of the biggest names in the business were in town for Madrid Fusion Manila.
10 dishes every visitor to Argentina needs to try
While beef is the backbone of Argentina's daily diet, there are plenty of other tasty treats worth sampling in the world's eighth-largest country.
Is France's Gascony the new Bordeaux?
For centuries Bordeaux has dominated France's wine scene, producing expensive and highly coveted vintages.
And Asia's best restaurant is...
Success comes in threes for the Thai capital as one of the region's most prestigious venues retains its fine dining crown.
7 of the world's most intriguing speakeasies
Relics of Rangoon: Myanmar's disappearing heritage buildings
Is this the world's most adventurous man?
Vomit-inducing therapy boom: Risky or life-changing?
The race to save Soviet history
These are the world's happiest countries
Architectural wonders made entirely from Lego
Sleep with the sharks, Airbnb offers
What does 'exercise vigilance' mean for travelers?
Man with muscular dystrophy to backpack in Europe as a 'backpack'
Tourist's pics capture a different side of Pyongyang
The park where visitors sleep with wolves
Sacred sea: Russia's vast and remote Lake Baikal
High Arctic: By sea into a frozen, fragile world
World's best outdoor photography winners are ...
Dramatic first look at world's highest, longest glass-bottom bridge
WWII concentration camp to become luxury resort
The 6 tallest buildings of 2016
The man who takes vacations in war zones
Wonder walls: Inside India's exquisitely decorated Haveli mansions
World's 5 most incredible around-the-world cruises
Wanna see northern lights? Here's how
How this land of 'sorrow' got happy
5 amazing island escapes you've probably never considered
Dip into Colombia's messiest attraction

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