South Africa Road Trip safety advice and what to see

A One Month South African Road Trip: Driving from Kruger to Cape Town

A road trip through South Africa . . . sounds amazing right? But where would you even start with regard to planning? Well, right here in fact. If you are…

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Visiting Namibia with kids – Complete Country Guide

Namibia is so high on my bucket list that it’s almost erupting out of the top. A vast country in South West Africa, it offers amazing nature, with jaw-dropping landscapes…

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Camel trekking in the Moroccan desert

10 Unforgettable experiences in Morocco

Morocco is high up on my bucket list, the mix of culture, jaw-dropping scenery and iconic places such as Fes and Chefchaouen, there is plenty to keep you busy. The…

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Getting close to wild African Elephants at Elephant Sands campsite

The Attack at Elephant Sands Campsite

“I wouldn’t put your tent there.” The guide warned me. “Why?” I enquired. “When the elephants come through in the night they use those trees as scratching posts” as he points to…

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Boabab Avenue and Kirindy Forest Madagascar

A wonderful post here about visiting Madagascar and the Boabab Avenue. It is from Vanessa on her gorgeous travel blog Wanders Miles. Here’s what she has to say about it: “A…

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Where to find the best guided city tour of Nairobi

The best Nairobi city tour I could have wished for

A Nairobi day tour is a wonderful way to see a captivating capital, a city that many people simply pass through en-route to a safari. Even better if you do…

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A Day Trip to Sidi Bou Saïd: Tunisia’s Blue and White Gem

Day Trip to Sidi Bou Saïd: Tunisia’s Blue and White Gem

While many people are familiar with Santorini, Greece for its immaculately white village perfectly paired with magnificent views of the Aegean Sea. On the other hand, Chefchaouen, Morocco, which has…

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What to do in Livingstone Zambia, visiting the Victoria Falls and guide to Devil's Pool

Your guide to Livingstone and Devil’s Pool Zambia

I was the last to jump. The other five were cheering as I strode confidently to the edge, but then the fear kicked in. The jump wasn’t big, but if…

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How to vist Somaliland

Visiting Somaliland as a solo traveler

If you’re looking for something truly off the beaten track, then how’s Somaliland as an option? Somaliland is not officially a country but it wants to be.  Only a few intrepid…

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Senegal Dakar coast sea

Senegalese Cuisine: Where Food and Culture Intersect

Senegalese cuisine has many influences, most notably from the North of Africa as well as French and Portuguese from its colonial past. In this post from travel blogger T. Michelle, on…

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