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Tanzania Travel Guide

Tanzania Travel Guide

Travel & Tourism If you are looking for a great African adventure, look no farther than Tanzania. The country teems with wildlife, it hosts fine safaris, and, of course, it possesses a jewel in Mount Kilimanjaro. The Kilimanjaro National Park tops the list of Tanzania’s amazing sites; there are also the Tarangire and Lake Manyara …

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Eswatini (Swaziland) Travel Guide

Eswatini (Swaziland) Travel Guide

Travel & Tourism With its outstanding scenery and abundant wildlife, the Kingdom of Eswatini is a nature lover’s paradise. One of the world’s few remaining monarchies, the tiny country, which is almost completely surrounded by South Africa, has no shortage of hiking, biking, and horseback-riding opportunities, and its many national parks offer glimpses of everything …

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Sudan Travel Guide

Sudan Travel Guide

Travel & Tourism Due to ongoing conflict, tourists are advised not to travel to certain parts of the country. Check your locally embassy for updates. What to Do in Sudan 1. Red Sea: The Red Sea’s shoreline is a major attraction in Sudan. It is particularly appealing to those interested in diving. The marvelous sea and …

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South Sudan Travel Guide

South Sudan Travel Guide

Travel & Tourism Typically, South Sudan isn’t a hot spot for most vacationers, especially if they’re looking for beach bunnies and Western-style fun. South Sudan does have aspects that intrigue tourists enough to lure them to this country, however. The country possesses a culture that can’t be experienced elsewhere. The hospitality shown by the Sudanese …

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Somalia Travel Guide

Somalia Travel Guide

Travel & Tourism Even though strife with political upheaval, the tourism industry in the Somaliland region of Somalia has been blossoming. Somaliland has recently been attracting an influx of tourists, signifying a change in the global perception of the region. Since gaining its independence after the merging of two territories in 1960, the republic of …

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Sierra Leone Travel Guide

Sierra Leone Travel Guide

Travel & Tourism The small West African country of Sierra Leone is brimming with natural beauty and history. From the beginning of the post-slavery era, Freetown, the capital and largest city of Sierra Leone, has served as a place for free people to establish a new life, and the country has developed into a prosperous …

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Seychelles Travel Guide

Seychelles Travel Guide

Travel & Tourism The island nation of Seychelles, located off the coast of East Africa in the Indian Ocean, is known for its remarkable beauty and breathtaking beaches. The country’s small population and incredible geography and climate makes it one of the most idyllic tourist spots in all of Africa. A British colony until 1977, …

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Senegal Travel Guide

Senegal Travel Guide

Travel & Tourism Senegal has it all: it is one the most beautiful countries of the West African coast. Most tourists come for the region’s exceptional weather—more than three thousand hours of sunlight per year—and dazzling, sparsely populated beaches. But Senegal also offers a broad variety of crafts and textiles, and the country’s six major …

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Sao Tome and Principe Travel Guide

Sao Tome and Principe Travel Guide

Travel & Tourism The South Pacific may be a top destination for those seeking island paradises, but Africa holds its own, thanks largely to São Tomé and Príncipe. Uninhabited until the 15th century, these islands still offer visitors a sense of discovery, and their out-of-the-way location makes it likely you’ll have the beach to yourself. …

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Rwanda Travel Guide

Rwanda Travel Guide

Travel & Tourism Rwanda offers a surprising variety of stunning sights: the low rolling green mountains in the center of the country have lent Rwanda the nickname “land of a thousand hills,” and roads radiating out from the capital of Kigali lead in just a few hours to widely differing experiences. While most of what …

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