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10 Towns With Fun, Strange or Unique Names

If there is one thing that Kenya and South Africa have in common, it is the choice of weird and funny names of towns and villages. When you travel within the two countries, whether...
luxury hotels in East Africa

The 10 Best Luxury Hotels in EAST Africa

Are you looking for an exotic holiday destination that will turn your vacation dreams into reality? Do you want to sleep in the best luxury hotels in East Africa? Nowadays, the luxury traveller is...

54 Cool Things to See in Africa

The continent of Africa is home to 54 countries, each unique in it's own way.

10 Luxury Stays in Kenya

Looking for the best luxury stays in Kenya? When it comes to top holiday destinations in Africa, Kenya is well-endowed with every ingredient that makes it a desirable wonderland. While the country has become synonymous...
Winter In Africa

Winter In Africa: 10 Things You Need To Know

Africa’s climate is characterised by dry and wet conditions because of its geographical location within the intertropical zone between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn. The continent’s solar radiation intensity is...
Africa’s Most Powerful Passports

And Africa’s Most Powerful Passports Are…

What are Africa's most powerful passports? Whether you’re a frequent traveller or you always keep within the borders of your country, a passport is a remarkably powerful document to have, but some passports carry more...

Go Where The Obama’s Couldn’t Go During Their African Tour

So we know the Obama’s trip to Africa was not a vacation, he was of course on official presidential business. But between state dinners and important bilateral trade meetings, President Barack Obama and his family did...

Why Egypt Needs a Travel Revolution

Historically, thoughts of Egypt conjure up images of the Ancient World – from the Pharaohs and pyramids, to the north-flowing Nile. The allure is securely steeped in its rich culture and history. It’s the reason why,...

Johannesburg Has Just Been Invaded by a Million of These

My first trip to South Africa, twenty years ago, was in August when it was rainy and cloudy in Cape Town, but warm and sunny in Johannesburg. With a wet, thick gloomy fog layer...

10 Tips for Enjoying Your Trip to South Africa

Before you leave home: Weather at night South Africa is cold at night in June and July.  To make sure you’re warm, take flannel pajamas and socks for sleeping.   Most hotels, even the expensive international ones, do...



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