africa

All the best wildlife, bazaars, and adventures Africa has to offer from Cairo to Cape Town.

  • Geoffrey Musera
    Published 4 days ago
    THE BEAUTIFUL SCENERY OF TAITA HILLS (EAST AFRICA)

    THE BEAUTIFUL SCENERY OF TAITA HILLS (EAST AFRICA)

    When I was a young man I read stories about adventure, wild animals, birds, and everything that involves nature. There was something that I discovered that hills and mountains were common in most parts of Kenya. Besides their natural attraction, almost all of them had wild animals, birds and the natural vegetation.
  • Tina Ali
    Published 10 days ago
    Africa's Red Soil Calls Them Home

    Africa's Red Soil Calls Them Home

    “When the root is strong; the fruit is sweet”
  • Kari Oakley
    Published 11 days ago
    Exploring Africa Like a Pro

    Exploring Africa Like a Pro

    From Tunisia to South Africa, the African continent covers a wide variety of amazing sights, sounds and foods to explore. Trying to plan an Africa trip can be overwhelming trying to decide where to go first. Before you leave for your next trip, take the time to learn about the region and get to know it better than a local.
  • Phoebe Cole
    Published 19 days ago
    Conservation

    Conservation

    In July 2013 I embarked on a trip to South Africa where I spent six weeks working on a game reserve on the Eastern Cape. Here are some highlights from my adventure.
  • Terrell Walker
    Published 2 months ago
    Visit South Africa

    Visit South Africa

    I lived in South Africa for two years and I’ve visited on vacation twice. It is an incredible country. I was a missionary there. I built amazing relationships with the fantastic and kind people there.
  • Nadji Grizzle
    Published 2 months ago
    MAPD: Episode 8 - Tanzania
  • Umar Abbasi
    Published 2 months ago
    Best Things to Do in Egypt at Christmas

    Best Things to Do in Egypt at Christmas

    December is a month that we all look forward to and eagerly, many of us have said that during this month the Christmas spirit is felt. Although scientifically it has not been possible to discover exactly what it is that we are referring to ... but I am sure that we have ever felt it. During this same period, we feel the desire to travel and know different places with many Egypt Travel Packages. Have you thought about traveling to Egypt during Christmas and spending a new year in a country with such a different culture? Surely you will have many doubts about what a country like Egypt is like during Christmas; we give you some information about these dates.
  • Marko Bozic
    Published 2 months ago
    Falling Through Morocco

    Falling Through Morocco

    Just for the record I never intended on hitching through Morocco.
  • Silvana Martinez
    Published 3 months ago
    On Language, All That

    On Language, All That

    1) Swahili has increasingly grown on me. The fruit song is as catchy as the "jambo jambo." Sometimes it flows through me, and my pronunciation is noticeably different from that of my peers, being filtered through my Spanish-speaking tongue positions. Jo says you are so incredible! You learn so fast! She is always so encouraging. I have always wanted to learn a third language, and hence I have flirted with French ever since the fourth grade. But after all these years I have still not taken a formal course, and with nobody to practice with, hence je ne parlais pas (I did not speak in French). A few Swahili crash courses and I was up and running. Practicing a language is such a big part of learning. It unravels world views and the things one takes for granted.
  • Ali Abdel
    Published 3 months ago
    To Do in Egypt

    To Do in Egypt

    Egypt, a country linking northeast Africa with the Middle East, dates to the time of the pharaohs. It is one of the ancient countries in the world which covers a wide range of attractions that attract several tourists. It is an ideal destination for those who want to discover archaeological sites and other things in detail. Traveling to Egypt for the first time and wondering what to know before your trip?
  • Flo Meek
    Published 5 months ago
    Kilimanjaro Summit vs Me
  • Ayanda Mandlazi
    Published 5 months ago
    Johannesburg and the Little Case of Anxiety

    Johannesburg and the Little Case of Anxiety

    I moved back to Gauteng about two years ago, but I never made it a mission to see old friends and acquaintances. I now live in Tshwane, and Joburg seems like a different beast right now. Listen, after two years in Cape Town, life inland does become a bit claustrophobic. I mean where is the ocean and mountains to hike inland? I'm joking, but life's way too fast here.