Travel guide to Sudan

Travel guide to Sudan

Sudan is the largest country in the African continent, yet it is the least visited. Unfortunately, political turmoil discourages visitors and limits travel. However, the country has a number of interesting cities and also areas in the north east and in the south where visitors can experience a fantastic tropical landscape. One of the most … Read more

Travel guide to Zimbabwe

Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe

For those who can overlook the political turmoil that has unfairly harmed its international reputation, Zimbabwe is a wonderful place to enjoy a holiday and possesses some of the world’s most beautiful natural wonders which can be easily reached and enjoyed by travelling from the chaotic yet appealing capital city of Harare. For those who … Read more

Travel guide to Western Sahara

Dakhla Spirit Lagoon Camp, Western Sahara

The Western Sahara is situated in North Africa, bordering Morocco and Algeria. The land is dry and harsh and is one of the least populated lands in the world. There is a long stretch of coastline; however, it is so rocky it is impossible to travel its length. There are some areas worth visiting, where … Read more

Travel guide to United Republic of Tanzania

Serengeti, Tanzania

If you imagine Africa as a place of endless beauty with white-capped mountains and admirable wildlife, Tanzania will not disappoint and is one of Africa’s most popular tourist destinations and home of the world-famous Mount Kilimanjaro. As well as boasting impressive examples of natural beauty, Tanzania also possesses well-maintained cities full of welcoming locals. Tanzania’s … Read more

Travel guide to Uganda

Lake Victoria, Uganda

Uganda overview Uganda is arguably the highlight of East Africa and proudly shares its borders with Kenya, Sudan, Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Tanzania. Once fondly declared the ‘Pearl of Africa’ by the legendary Sir Winston Churchill, Uganda is a remarkable place where tourists can one day gaze at mountain gorillas in the Savannah … Read more

Travel guide to Tunisia

Carthage, Tunisia

Tunisia overview Tunisia is an idyllic holiday destination, attracting swarms of sun-seeking Europeans to its beautiful beaches each year. With a rich historical and cultural heritage, Tunisia offers visitors more than just a suntan. The variety of architectural styles on display is immediately apparent and provides insight into Tunisia’s past. There are numerous Roman sites … Read more

Travel guide to Swaziland

Travel to Swaziland

Swaziland overview Swaziland is one of the world’s last absolute monarchies and is a tiny landlocked country sandwiched by Mozambique and South Africa. The country features a variety of landscapes such as great mountains, deep rainforests, and several major rivers run through Swaziland including the Great Usuthu River. Swaziland is known for being a relaxing, … Read more

Travel guide to South Africa

South Africa South Africa has emerged as an exciting tourist destination, offering visitors the ideal blend of nature, culture and glorious sunshine. South African cities are modern and vibrant, while its beaches are peaceful and serene. The country is known for its unique tribal culture, and an abundant wildlife found in world famous nature reserves. … Read more