African Elephant at sunrise
You could travel to Botswana by air from any country today. There are direct flights from major African destinations like Egypt, Kenya and Tanzania as well as from major cities in industrialized nations like Canada, the United States, and Germany. In fact, you could even board a flight to Botswana in order to reach this impressive destination quickly and...
Zoser and Giza Pyramids
Who were the Pyramids of Giza? The largest and most developed urban centre located on the southernmost edge of Africa, Egypt, is best known for its Pyramids of Giza. The original Egyptian date back to around 1500 B.C., and are made from various different materials. What makes these pyramids fascinating is the fact that they were built during the time...
Beautiful sand dunes in the Sahara desert
Travel to Sahara Dunes - For the Best Safari Experience If you have never heard of Sahara Dunes, then what in the world is that? It is a desert located in Morocco. This is a very popular tourist destination. Many people from the western part of Europe like Switzerland visit this place every year. The main attraction of this place...
Young mountain gorilla in the Virunga National Park, Africa, DRC, Central Africa.
Ever since the civil war that tore apart what was once known as the Republic of Congo, travel to mountain gorillas in the Great Lakes Region of eastern Zaire has been difficult. The eastern side of the country, where the mountain gorillas live, remains plagued by armed groups that have taken control of much of the province. Since July,...
How to Avoid Social Distancing When Travel to KenyaConsider travel to Kenya for a truly memorable safari experience. Tourism in Kenya attracts many visitors from around the world. Kenya is home to some of the world's famous wildlife, as well as the world's highest mountain ranges. The coastal country is also an excellent holiday destination and has many...
Dead trees in dry Deadvlei salt pan, Namib Naukluft Park, Namibia, Africa
Travelling to the South African Desert is not a new idea; in fact, the first recorded tour of the Dandenongs Ranges took place over two hundred years ago. In the late 1800's, a British officer, Captain James Cook wrote about visiting the beautiful dunes in Namibia. Although the area was then known as Cape Town, it has been locally...