If you have not been to Africa then it's time to fill the gap! In this category you will find the most interesting and important information about travel on the African continent. Take a safari in Central or South Africa or plan an excursion to the legendary Kilimanjaro. Shop at the best boutiques and shopping centers available, book ecological tours, Jeep tours, rafting and African wine tasting. Let the mysterious and amazing Namibia transform you. Regular and aerial excursions of Watamu and Malindi are available and highly recommended. Visit temples and the City of the Dead in Egypt. From luxury African bazaars in Morocco to a splendid holiday on the Mediterranean coast of the African continent, you can’t go wrong in choosing Africa for your destination. If you have not yet fallen in love with Africa, now is your chance. Choose a private tour and English-speaking private guide and go on a date with the most ancient continent on the planet. You won’t be sorry!
Guassa Community Trekking1/5/2016 Ethiopia
Guassa Community Conservation Area is one of Ethiopia’s significant remaining examples of a high altitude Afroalpine ecosystem, and it has been the focus of a community-based natural resource management system known as “quero” for at least 400 years. This natural management system makes it one of the oldest known conservation areas in sub-Saharan Africa.
Most interesting things to do in Marrakech11/5/2013 Marrakech (Morocco)
There are very few cities in the Northern Africa that have the same charm and beauty as Marrakech. Even despite the fact that it’s the fourth biggest city in Morocco – after Casablanca, Fez and Rabat – it is an ancient settlement with old fortresses, numerous markets of spices, impressive mosques, and friendly people. In fact this wonderful city has a lot to offer the tourists. Check out our list of most interesting things to do in Marrakech before you leave the city.
Morocco’s Southern Jewel: Marrakesh (or Marrakech)7/25/2012 Marrakech (Morocco)
Listen to the undulating notes of a snakecharmer’s flute, hear the buzz of voices calling out their wares, and open all your senses to the sights, sounds and smells of Marrakesh.