Cabo Verde landscape

Santo Antão, Cabo Verde

West of Senegal in the Atlantic Ocean hides one of Africa’s best kept secrets; the ten volcanic islands that make up the tiny nation of Cabo Verde. First inhabited by Portuguese traders in the 15th century, the islands gained independence […]

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Pyramids at Giza, Egypt

Cairo, Egypt

One of the world’s most ancient cities, Cairo is home to giant pyramids as well as modern skyscrapers. After the political turmoil of 2011 tourism has reduced, which offers a unique chance to experience some of the world’s most famous […]

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Giraffes in Nairobi.

Nairobi, Kenya

Nairobi is the capital of Kenya and is most often a stopover on the way to a safari. However it’s worth staying a bit longer to explore this slice of urban African life. Nairobi was established as part of the […]

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Mount Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

Standing at 5896m, with its snowcapped peak the highest point in Africa, the climb up Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania is a once in a lifetime journey. A dormant volcano, Kilimanjaro is also notable for being the largest freestanding mountain in […]

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Harare

Harare, Zimbabwe

Despite recent political turmoil, Zimbabwe is a safe country for tourists to visit. There’s amazing wildlife, spectacular scenery and welcoming and friendly people without the issues of mass tourism faced by some of its neighbours. Most visitors arrive in the […]

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Marrakech souk at night

Marrakech, Morocco

Marrakech is less than 4 hours from London, but feels like another world. Lose yourself in winding souks before watching the sunset over the minarets and mountains from a rooftop cafe. The souks and markets are undoubtedly one of the […]

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View of Cape Town

Cape Town, South Africa

Nestled between the wild waves of the Southern Atlantic and the impressive heights of Table Mountain, Cape Town in South Africa is a perfect mix of city and nature. Towering over the city, Table Mountain is a must-see for every […]

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Women walk by baobab trees in Madagascar

Madagascar

The fourth biggest island in the world and home to some of the most diverse wildlife on the planet, Madagascar is a must see for nature lovers. With influences from both Africa and other Indian Ocean islands the Malagasy culture […]

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Ghanaian Fisherman

Accra, Ghana

One of Africa’s hidden gems, Ghana has stunning beaches, delicious food, fascinating history and safari parks teeming with wildlife. No matter what you want from your trip, Ghana has something for everyone. The capital Accra has plenty to get you […]

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Saly, Senegal

Saly in Senegal has long been a popular beach destination for French travelers and has plenty to offer families looking for a more adventurous break. The country has been independent since the 1960s and is one of the safest and […]

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