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Addo National Park

Third largest national park in South Africa, Addo National Park covers over 400,000 acres and includes the Bird and St. Croix Island groups. The top five main attractions found in the park include: lions found on the southern section of the park, he...

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Situated between Morocco and Tunisia on the Northern coast of Africa, Algeria is nearly three times the size of Texas. The country has a green coast, beautiful mountains, alluring but mostly dormant or extinct volcanoes and breathtaking oases. It als...

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The naming of Amanzimtoti is generally attributed to Shaka Zulu. He was passing through the area with his army on one of his campaigns and stopped to rest. He was brought a calabash filled with water from the river. He sipped the water and said: Kant...

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The latest truce in Angola has given the country more hope than it's had in a long time. That's because Jonas Savimbi, the leader of the UNITA rebel movement since its inception in the 1960s, died in a battle with government troops in 2002. The loss ...

Categories: Angola

Aquila Private Game Reserve

Categories: Aquila Private Game Reserve


Nestling in a bay of turquoise sea, white sand and rocky coves lies Arniston – a little-known gem on the Cape south east coast. Discover an authentic fishing village – also known as Kassiesbaai – dating back to the early 19th Century, and now a natio...

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Augrabies Falls National Park

Augrabies Falls National Park, South Africa, features a stunning waterfall (185 ft/56 m high), whose name derives from a San word meaning "Place of Great Noise." It is located near the border with Namibia, about 390 mi/625 km north of Cape Town. The ...

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A mere four degrees north of the equator, Bangui (pop. 732,000) is really the only place in the country where you're likely to find anything resembling modern conveniences. It even has a few French patisseries and a bookstore where you can find month...

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Banjul, Gambia

This small capital has a sleepy ambience reminiscent of a large village. Banjul is also a port city acting as a funnel for a large amount of imported goods. Many of these imported goods find their way to Albert Market, a great place to start leisurel...

Categories: Banjul Gambia

Battlefields, South Africa

The landscape of the central region of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, is dotted with small industrial towns and rolling farmland, but its compelling history makes up for what it lacks in scenic drama.This area is better known as the Battlefields, and s...

Categories: Battlefields South Africa


Categories: Bela-Bela


Benin has the hottest attractions in West Africa - the stilted fishing villages in the lagoon near Porto Novo. It's the kind of place that hides its best features. Be patient and observant to glimpse many of the cultural highlights of Benin. Benines...

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Bird Island, South Africa

Categories: Bird Island South Africa


Located in the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa, is the country's judicial capital. The city, whose name is derived from Dutch for "Fountain of Flowers," was founded in 1846 as a British outpost and has many historic buildings and beautiful par...

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Boggomsbaai is located in the Western Cape of South Africa. It is home to a number of restaurants, entertainment facilities and malls, as well as historical and cultural hotspots. Boggomsbaai is also a haven for wildlife, and bird and whale lovers ar...

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Botswana, situated in Southern Africa, has some of Africa's last great wildernesses including the famous Okavango Swamps and the Kalahari desert and is the largest exporter of gemstone diamonds in the world as well as a large beef exporter to the Eur...

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Burkina Faso

Burkina Faso is a landlocked country in West Africa surrounded by Mali, Niger, Benin, Togo, Ghana and Ivory Coast. Art and music is a big part of Burkina Faso culture, and drumming is what the country is know for. Burkina Faso has four protected nati...

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The Republic of Burundi is a landlocked country in the African Great Lakes region of Central Africa, with Lake Tanganyika located on the majority of Burundi’s southwest corner. Basket weaving, drumming and dance is an important part of the Buru...

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Forming a bridge between western and central Africa sits Cameroon. The country has four very distinct topographical regions, from a coastal plain of dense equatorial forest, to savanna in the north, marshland surrounding Lake Chad and volcanic, fore...

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Cape Town

Cape Town is southern Africa's most beautiful, most romantic and most-visited city. Few urban centers anywhere can match its setting along the Cape Peninsula spine, which slides like the mighty tail of the continent into the Atlantic Ocean. By far th...

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Cape Verde Islands

Situated in the Atlantic Ocean off the west coast of Africa you can find a world of your own with the islands of Cape Verde. The archipelago is made up of 10 islands and 8 isles of volcanic origin. Unspoilt beauty adorns these fantastic islands which...

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Cederberg Mountains

The Cederberg mountains and nature reserve are located near Clanwilliam, approximately 300 km north of Cape Town, South Africa. The mountains are noted for dramatic rock formations and San rock art.

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Central African Republic

The second largest wildlife reserve in the world, this mysterious beauty of wilderness is located in the Kalahari Desert of Botswana. Established in 1961, the Central Kalahari Game Reserve protects different species of wild cats, hoofed and horned an...

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Ceuta, Spanish N. Africa

Ceuta is a tiny Spanish city-enclave on the Moroccan side of the Straits of Gibraltar, surrendered to Madrid by the Portuguese over 400 years ago. The city is on a headland consisting of seven peaks, at the end of a narrow isthmus. The highest of the...

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The Republic of Chad is a large semi-desert rich in gold, uranium, oil and wildlife. Located in Central Africa, Chad borders Libya, Sudan, Cameroon, and Nigeria. Humans have settled in Chad since the 7th millennium BC and since then formed its own tr...

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Categories: Chintsa


Named after the Earl of Clanwilliam, this town is one of the ten eldest town in South Africa. The Dutch reformation left remnants of Germanic-style churches, farm buildings, and homes. 

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Comores Isles

The Comoros islands are wrapped in a fragrant blend of ylang-ylang oil, Arabic aesthetics, African warmth and French chic. Not only this, but they have a history of sultans and soothsayers, plantation owners and eloping princesses. There are cobblest...

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Once known as the Islands of the Moon, this group of four islands in the Indian Ocean is more rustic and less visited than the Seychelles—but just as beautiful. There are fields of cloves and vanilla beans; swift-running streams cascading down mounta...

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Cote D'Ivoire (Ivory Coast)

The most powerful attraction of Côte d'Ivoire (also known as the 'Ivory Coast') is its people, so this is the place to be for African history, art or music. There's also a lot of physical beauty, from towering mountains to fishing villages, easily re...

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Djibouti is part of the Horn of Africa with the Red Sea, Somalia, and Ethiopia. Much of it is white sandy beaches. Inland is both semi-desert and desert, with thorn bushes, steppes and volcanic mountain ranges. Djibouti city is late 19th-century and ...

Categories: Djibouti


Categories: Drakensville


South Africa's third-largest city, thriving industrial center, and largest port in Africa creates a photogenic place for meandering or eating and drinking dockside. Durban's second-largest population group, Indians, have mosques, bazaars and temples...

Categories: Durban

Dzanga Ndoki National Park/Dzanga Sangha Reserve

A bright spot in the country's wildlife scene, Dzanga-Sangha Reserve contains the unspoiled rain forests of the country's southwest. Within the borders of the reserve are Dzanga National Park and Ndoki National Park. Together, these parks are home to...

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Dzaoudzi (Mayotte)

Dzaoudzi (Mayotte) is a French territorial collectivity, in the Comoro chain of the Indian Ocean. Dzaoudzi is the capital and Mamoudzou is the largest city. The land is gently rolling, with some mountains of ancient volcanic origin and deep ravines. ...

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East Africa

East African countries include Burundi, Rwanda, Uganda, Tanzania and Kenya. Some of the most amazing wildlife and incredible birdlife live here, and every climate from deserts to glaciers and tropical rain forests can be found in East Africa. East Af...

Categories: East Africa

East London

On one of the loveliest stretches of the Eastern Cape's magnificent Indian Ocean coastline, East London is South Africa's only river port city, set beside broad Buffalo River. It's an attractive and young-at-heart place that preserves architectural a...

Categories: East London

Eastern Cape

South Africa's Eastern Cape is known for its expanses of wild and untouched coast and bush.  Visit Nelson Mandela's home at Qunu, the Addo Elephant National Park, with the densest elephant population in the world, and explore the dramati...

Categories: Eastern Cape


Edini (Edeni) is a private game reserve located in South Africa's Kruger Park area. This "untamed garden of Eden" offers 21,000 acres teeming with an abundance of diverse bird life, vegetation and game, including the Big Five.

Categories: Edini


Egypt is probably the world's oldest civilization having emerged from the Nile Valley around 3,100 years ago and is probably one of the oldest vacation spots, also. Early Greeks, Romans and others went there just for fun, and to see the wonders of so...

Categories: Egypt

Equatorial Guinea

Equatorial Guinea is made up of the island of Bioko (where the capital city of Malabo is located) and Rio Muni, along with several other islands in the Gulf of Guinea—Annobon, Corisco, Elobey Chico and Elobey Grande. The mainland area is border...

Categories: Equatorial Guinea


With a peace agreement with Ethiopia under its belt, Eritrea has a chance to show off its vibrant and friendly inhabitants. More of Eritrea's fascinating archaeological ruins are being unearthed around the country and the waters of the Red Sea are be...

Categories: Eritrea


Categories: Eshowe


Ethiopia may not actually have been the domain of the Queen of Sheba, as legend has it. And it may not be the final resting place of the lost Ark of the Covenant, either. But it's the home of some of the most remarkable ancient civilizations in the w...

Categories: Ethiopia

Featherbed Nature Reserve

Categories: Featherbed Nature Reserve

Franschhoek Valley

Franschhoek is known as the wine and gourmet capital of South Africa. There are a number or wineries, cellars and shops that offer visitors tours and tastings of the local wines. There are also over 100 of the Nations top restaurants and chefs in the...

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Officially the Gabonese Republic, Gabon is an independent nation in west central Africa.

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On a map, The Gambia resembles a bent toothpick piercing the coast of Senegal. A tiny sliver of a country in West Africa, it is little wider than the banks of the River Gambia. Enough of the country, however, lies on the coast where clusters of ocean...

Categories: Gambia


Categories: Gansbaai

Garden Route

Technically, the scenic road known as the Garden Route, South Africa—famous for its beautiful wildflowers, forests and mountainous coastline—runs along the coast from Mossel Bay to the Storms River. However, the entire drive from Cape Town to Port El...

Categories: Garden Route


Categories: Gauteng


George, the capital of Nature’s ‘Garden Route’, is located in the Cape Wildflower Floral Kingdom next to the coast at the eastern end of the Western Cape Province and has a low rainfall Mediterranean type climate with activities year round. George ne...

Categories: George


Ghana is a country situated in West Africa near the equator and on the greenwich meridian, bounded on the North and North West by Burkina Faso (Upper Volta), on the East by Togo, on the South by the Atlantic Ocean, and on the West by the La Cote D'Iv...

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Golden Gate Highlands National Park

Located 165 mi/265 km south of Johannesburg, the lovely but out-of-the-way Golden Gate Highlands National Park in South Africa has antelope and lots of birds, including the rare bearded vulture and the bald ibis. But the main attraction is the scener...

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Gqeberha (formerly Port Elizabeth)

Gqeberha (formerly Port Elizabeth), in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, is situated on Algoa Bay in the Indian Ocean. It is an important seaport and manufacturing centre, as well as a popular resort noted for its fine beaches. Worth visitin...

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Graaff Reinet

Pretty, historic Graaff-Reinet, South Africa, located 360 mi/580 km northeast of Cape Town, is worth a half-day's visit. The architecture is quite attractive. Be sure to see the Reinet House and the Old Residency, both beautiful examples of Cape Dutc...

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About 225 mi/360 km from Mthatha lies Grahamstown, South Africa—also known as Festival City, City of Saints or Rhini. Home to Rhodes University and the annual National Arts Festival, Grahamstown is steeped in history. Even the main museum, the Albany...

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Graskop is a small town in the Mpumalanga province of South Africa that was once a gold mining camp in the 1880’s however it’s now a small forestry town. Graskop in Afrikaaans translates to “grassy peak” and a few minutes&rsqu...

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Grootbos Nature Reserve

Grootbos Nature Reserve is located above South Africa's Walker Bay, which is where southern right whales calve from June to November and great white sharks are known to linger in the waters. Enjoy whale and shark watching, nature hikes, horseback...

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Guinea is one of West Africa's better-kept secrets. Following its independence from France in 1958, it was isolated not only from European influence, but also from its African neighbors, and that was how the country's leaders wanted it. But in recent...

Categories: Guinea


Like so many countries in Africa, tiny Guinea-Bissau is clinging to a fragile peace between factions that not long ago were at each other's throats. In the late 1990s, a civil war between the army and the government displaced hundreds of thousands of...

Categories: Guinea-Bissau


Hermanus is located on the southern coast of the Western Cape of South Africa. Hermanus is a famous viewing spot for southern right whales, and they can often be spotted from the cliffs in the town center June through December. Visitors also enjoy th...

Categories: Hermanus

Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve

Categories: Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve


Hoedspruit rests in the center of the UNESCO registered Kruger to Canyons Biosphere, and is primarily an agriculture town and hotspot for ecotourism. Its proximity to endangered animals in nearby reserves draws many visitors, and the town also holds ...

Categories: Hoedspruit


In addition to an office with a printing press for his newspaper, Indian Opinion, Mohandas Gandhi's settlement in Inanda included a clinic, school and homes, including his own family's cottage, Sarvodaya, which means "well-being for all." Today visit...

Categories: Inanda


Categories: Isandlwana

iSimangaliso Wetland Park

The vast UNESCO World Heritage site of iSimangaliso Wetland Park, South Africa, lies 150 mi/250 km from Durban, along the humid stretch of coast running northward from the St. Lucia Estuary to Kosi Bay on the border with Mozambique.The park comprises...

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Johannesburg's contrasts are some of the most extreme in the world; poverty-stricken and overcrowded Alexandra is surrounded by some of the richest suburbs in South Africa, and downtown hundreds of homeless struggle to survive around the Stock Excha...

Categories: Johannesburg

Kapama Private Game Reserve

Kapama Private Game Reserve is located in the Greater Kruger National Park region in South Africa. Enjoy private safari experiences in open safari vehicles, guided bush walks, river boat cruises, and exciting elephant back safaris. The adventurous wi...

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Kariba is a popular lakeside resort northern of Zimbabwe built around a man-made dam on the Zambezi River and is a singular example of co-existence of man and animal. It is a popular resort area and commercial fishing center. At the same time, the da...

Categories: Kariba

Karongwe Private Game Reserve

Karongwe Private Game Reserve is a wildlife sanctuary on the banks of the Karongwe River in Limpopo, South Africa. Untamed and tranquil, the vas wilderness is abundant with over 60 mammal species with big cats, elephants, rhinos and birds. This camp ...

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Karoo National Park

Karoo National Park, South Africa, is located near the town of Beaufort West, approximately 250 mi/400 km northeast of Cape Town. Heading into the Karoo, you pass through a landscape of rusty windmills and sheep the color of old corn. Vast plains of ...

Categories: Karoo National Park


Categories: Kenton-on-Sea


With long, tropical beaches and dramatic wildlife parks, Kenya has an exotic tourist image. Enter the more genuine and different world inhabited by most Kenyans: a ceaselessly active, contrasting landscape of farm and field, of streams and bush paths...

Categories: Kenya

Kimberley (South Africa)

The center of the 19th-century diamond rush that made millionaires of Cecil John Rhodes and Barney Barnato, Kimberley, South Africa, is most famous today for its Big Hole. The Hole ranks as one of the world's three largest man-made excavations, havin...

Categories: Kimberley (South Africa)

Klaserie Private Nature Reserve

Categories: Klaserie Private Nature Reserve

Klein Karoo

Categories: Klein Karoo


Knysna nestles on the banks of a beautiful lagoon in the heart of the ‘Garden Route’ of South Africa. It is surrounded by a natural paradise of lush indigenous forests, tranquil lakes and golden beaches, making it a natural wonderland. A ...

Categories: Knysna

Kruger National Park

This enormous and magnificent park is one of the most popular public game parks in the world. Its density of permanent game is unrivalled with hundreds of different species; 507 birds, 336 trees, 147 mammals, 114 reptiles, 49 fish and 34 amphibians!...

Categories: Kruger National Park


Categories: Kuruman

Kwandwe Game Reserve

Categories: Kwandwe Game Reserve


Categories: KwaZulu-Natal


Categories: Langebaan


Often dubbed the Kingdom in the Sky, the tiny independent country of Lesotho is completely surrounded by South Africa, but it has retained its own distinctive landscape and culture. The whole country lies above 3,300 ft/1,000 m—the only country in th...

Categories: Lesotho


Liberia seems bent on destroying itself with a series of horrific internal conflicts. Just as the country appeared poised to begin recovery from a bloody civil war, gunfire broke out again in early 2002, spiraling it into yet another political and hu...

Categories: Liberia


For a country consisting mainly of the Sahara, you'll be surprised to see how pleasantly Mediterranean it can be along its northern coast. From ancient Greek and Roman ruins to modern art and oil money, Libya's a world unto itself. The Libyan people ...

Categories: Libya


Categories: Lowveld


Madagascar, the fourth-largest island in the world, lies in the Indian Ocean off Mozambique's coast and includes several much smaller islands. A central chain of high mountains, the Hauts Plateaux, occupies more than half the main island and is respo...

Categories: Madagascar

Madikwe Reserve

A protected area in South Africa, Madikwe Game Reserve opened in 1991 and was named after the Madikwe or Marico River. The Reserve used to be farm land however after extensive research, it was utilized as a national park to economically uplift the ar...

Categories: Madikwe Reserve

Makalali Private Game Reserve

Categories: Makalali Private Game Reserve


Categories: Malawi


Arriving in Mali can be quite a shock. As you step out of the air-conditioned cocoon of a modern jet at Bamako's airport, you may feel as though you've left modern Western civilization behind. If you look beyond the dusty infrastructure, you'll see t...

Categories: Mali

Manyeleti Reserve

Categories: Manyeleti Reserve

Mapungubwe National Park

Mapungubwe National Park, South Africa's newest, inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2003, is dominated by Mapungubwe Hill, which lies on the border with Zimbabwe north of Muaina. Massive stone ruins, occupied from approximately AD 950-1300,...

Categories: Mapungubwe National Park

Marakele National Park

Categories: Marakele National Park

Marataba Private Reserve

Categories: Marataba Private Reserve

Marion Island

Categories: Marion Island


Categories: Matijiesfontein


Mauritania's attractions include desert oases, beaches, nomadic people and four-wheel-drive treks in the Sahara, but the desolation and constantly encroaching sands make other desert countries more appealing.Every year, sand dunes cover more and more...

Categories: Mauritania


Mauritius is the most accessible island in the Indian Ocean, boasting as much tropical paradise as Maui or Martinique at a bargain price. Though nestled up alongside Africa, it's actually more influenced by British and French ties and massive Indian ...

Categories: Mauritius

Mkuze Game Reserve

Categories: Mkuze Game Reserve


Modjadjiskloof, South Africa, located about a 25-minute drive from Tzaneen, is home to a very peculiar bar, one that exists in the belly of an African baobab tree. The Sunland Baobab is billed as the largest baobab on earth and is said to be more tha...

Categories: Modjadjiskloof


Categories: Molatedi


Categories: Montagu

Morning Sun Nature Reserve

Categories: Morning Sun Nature Reserve


Morocco has been mythologised for good reason. Travellers extol the country's unique living history, its shimmering light and its extraordinary art. Morocco is the ideal African starting point for the traveller. An easy hop from Europe, it is hectic ...

Categories: Morocco

Mossel Bay

Beautiful Mossel Bay is a coastal village and harbor of the World Famous Garden Route. This popular holiday town is blessed with mild climate year round and its status as historical capital of the Garden Route. Today, mussels, which give the harbor i...

Categories: Mossel Bay


Visit Mozambique during its Reconstruction for its stunning beaches, World Heritage sites, funky colonial architecture and colourful local culture. Maputo, the capital, is quite a place to visit and is mostly famous for its beaches. The University o...

Categories: Mozambique


Mpumalanga is an ancient land, with evidence of human habitation stretching back 100 000 years, and the first major kingdoms and mining empires beginning 46 000 years ago. The region's pre-colonial history is, however, still largely unexplored. Its r...

Categories: Mpumalanga


Formerly Umtata, the rough-and-tumble town of Mthatha, South Africa, 370 mi/600 km south of Johannesburg, once served as the capital of the Transkei, an apartheid-era "independent" Xhosa homeland that was reintegrated into South Africa following the ...

Categories: Mthatha


Categories: Musina


The succulent desert of Namaqualand, South Africa, 100 mi/160 km north of Cape Town, hosts one of the world's most astonishing floral spectacles in August-September, when light rains transform the rocky plains into dazzling fields of multicolored flo...

Categories: Namaqualand


Namibia has always been a country of superlatives. Dragon's Breath is the largest subterranean lake in the world, Hoba meteorite is the biggest ever found, Gibeon meteorite shower is the largest ever discovered, Namib Desert is the oldest desert a...

Categories: Namibia


Categories: Nelspruit

Newcastle, South Africa

Categories: Newcastle South Africa

Ngala Private Game Reserve

Categories: Ngala Private Game Reserve


Niger straddles the Sahel, the unforgiving boundary zone in north-central Africa where the greener climes of the south give way to sandy soil and stunted vegetation and then to the dry silence of the Sahara. At just about any time of the year, it can...

Categories: Niger


Although Nigeria has substantial oil and mineral deposits, prosperity is far out of the reach of most of its people, and poverty is widespread. Inflation and corruption in Nigeria are rampant, riots and strikes are frequent, and the country's infrast...

Categories: Nigeria

Oceana Beach & Wildlife Reserve

Categories: Oceana Beach & Wildlife Reserve

Orange River (Gariep River)

Categories: Orange River (Gariep River)


There are some 150,000 domesticated ostriches in the world, and 120,000 of them live around Oudtshoorn, South Africa, a dusty town on the edge of the Little Karoo plain 210 mi/340 km east of Cape Town. They wander the stony farms, scratching a minima...

Categories: Oudtshoorn


Outside of Cape Town, Paarl sits as a picturesqe and diverse town known for its production of wine, and for its sweeping, panoramic landscapes of granite outcropping and vineyards. As one of the older European settlements, Paarl has been shaped by ...

Categories: Paarl

Panorama Route, South Africa

The northern Drakensberg in South Africa extends into the province of Mpumalanga, becoming rugged escarpments and plateaus that plunge more than 3,280 ft/1,000 m down into the Lowveld plains below. The spectacular Panorama Route meanders through this...

Categories: Panorama Route South Africa

Phinda Game Reserve

This private game reserve was formed along the Greater St Lucia Wetland Park - one of Africa's most ecologically diverse regions. Its variety renders it perfect for an escape of luxury and adventure. Catch a glimpse of Zulu life, past and present by ...

Categories: Phinda Game Reserve

Pilanesberg Game Reserve

Next door to the famous leisure and entertainment resort of Sun City, is the Pilanesberg National Park. It has a real wilderness feel to it and most of the big animals visitors wish to see. It lies amongst the only significant hills in the area which...

Categories: Pilanesberg Game Reserve

Pilgrim's Rest

Pilgrim's Rest was declared a gold field in 1873 after gold deposits were found in Pilgrim's Creek. Mining was active until 1971 when Beta Mine was closed down. In 1986 the town was declared a national monument. The Central Information Office gives...

Categories: Pilgrim's Rest

Plettenberg Bay

Originally christened "Bahia Formosa" (beautiful bay) by Portuguese explorers, Plettenberg Bay can now be easily accessed. Great forests lying at the feet of the fabled Outeniqua and Tsitsikamma mountains are the gateway to the incredible indigenous ...

Categories: Plettenberg Bay


Categories: Polokwane

Port Nolloth

Categories: Port Nolloth


Pretoria itself was founded in 1855 by Marthinus Pretorius, a leader of the Voortrekkers, who named it after his father Andries Pretorius. The elder Pretorius had become a national hero of the Voortrekkers after his victory over the Zulus in the famo...

Categories: Pretoria

Prince Albert

Categories: Prince Albert

Prince Edward Islands

Categories: Prince Edward Islands


Categories: Pyramid

Republic of Congo

In the Republic of the Congo, the aftermath of war has been almost as bad as war itself. Theoretically, the second civil war ended in 1999, but fighting keeps erupting around Brazzaville, the capital, and in various hot spots throughout the country. ...

Categories: Republic of Congo

Reunion Island

This small overseas French department in the Mascarene Islands boasts high mountains, steep valleys, waterfalls, lagoons, and an active volcano.

Categories: Reunion Island

Richards Bay

This busy port presents two contrasting aspects of Kwazulu-Natal's exciting wildlife heritage.The coastal St. Lucia Game Reserve is a fascinating wetland reserve with some of the world's highest forested dunes - and game including black rhino and So...

Categories: Richards Bay

Robben Island

Categories: Robben Island

Route 62, South Africa

Route 62's scenic meander between Cape Town and Oudtshoorn, South Africa, is the longest wine route in the Western Cape, passing through some of the top boutique vineyards in the country. The countryside is breathtaking and ever-changing, from craggy...

Categories: Route 62 South Africa

Rovos Rail

Categories: Rovos Rail


Notorious for the 1994 gruesome genocide, Rwanda, the so-called "land of a thousand hills," is now a reasonably safe and increasingly popular travel destination. The country's main attraction, the mountain gorillas, have miraculously survived—even th...

Categories: Rwanda

Sabi Sands

Sabi Sands is located in the south western region of the Greater Kruger National Park. The game reserve is home to lions, leopards, rhinos, buffalo and elephants. You will find plenty of accommodations, safari tours and restaurants.

Categories: Sabi Sands


Categories: Saldanha

Sanbona Wildlife Reserve

Experience the raw beauty of South Africa's Sanbona Wildlife Reserve in the heart of the Little Karoo, and venture out to catch a glimpse of the rare white lion, the big 5 and historic rock art.

Categories: Sanbona Wildlife Reserve


Sandton is located in the northern east region of South Africa. This destination has a lot of activities to offer its tourists; this includes a visit to one of the largest shopping centers in Africa(Nelson Mandela Square), visiting the Monte casino o...

Categories: Sandton

Sao Tome and Principe

Seen as the Jewel of Africa, Sao Tome and Principe, is part of a volcanic chain which makes up the archipelago forming this beautiful and tranquil tropical escape.

Categories: Sao Tome and Principe


Tropical Senegal is lauded for beauties both natural and urbane. With its suave capital, Dakar and its entourage of internationally known musicians, Senegal brings in more visitors than any other country in the region. Much of its lands are lush and...

Categories: Senegal


Seychelles is an island nation in the Indian Ocean off the east coast of Africa. The principal island of Mahe has a population of about 50,000. The two other islands with significant permanent populations are Praslin and La Digue. Facilities for tour...

Categories: Seychelles


This privately owned 25,000 hectares of South African land is the epitome of Safari and Game Reserve. Shamwari not only boasts the birth place of political leader and philanthropist Nelson Mandela, but this reserve leads and focuses in the developmen...

Categories: Shamwari

Sierra Leone

  Sierra Leone is a popular destination located in Western Africa. The main financial contributor is the mining industry as this country is one of the largest producers of gold, titanium and rutile. Travelers visiting Sierra Leone are intrigued...

Categories: Sierra Leone


'Singita' means "The Miracle". And, as you will find, breakfasting above Sand River on a timber deck cradled in the branches of towering Jackalberry trees, it is a fitting name for this intimate wildlife experience. Singita is also something of a c...

Categories: Singita


Putting war-torn Somalia back together has been like trying to repair a mosaic without cement: As soon as the pieces seem to be in order, it falls apart again. Clan conflicts remain unresolved, so fighting can flare up at any moment. Daily life is so...

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South Africa

South Africa is an exciting place to visit. Cape Town, with its vibrant nightlife, stylish young people and beautiful surroundings, has become one of the most desirable destinations in the world. South Africa's natural attractions are as appealing as...

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South Sudan

South Sudan gained independence from Sudan on 9 July 2011 as the outcome of a 2005 peace deal that ended Africa's longest-running civil war.Formed from the 10 southern-most states of Sudan, The Republic of South Sudan is Texas-sized. It is made up of...

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St. Francis Bay

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St. Helena (Jamestown)

A tiny island set in the tropical South Atlantic, 1,500 miles north-west of Cape Town, St Helena is only 47 square miles in area, with no harbour and no airport. It lies a lonely 1,200 miles from the west coast of Africa, a rugged volcanic island tha...

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St. Lucia Game Reserve

St. Lucia Game Reserve is located in the eastern coast of South Africa. This is a prime destination for many people looking to experience first-hand what Africa has to offer. There is abundance in wildlife from, rhinos, elephants and leopards. The mo...

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Stellenbosch is a town located in the province of Western Cape Town in South Africa. It is one of the oldest towns in the state of South Africa dating back to 1679. In the year of 1710 a fire broke out that destroyed most of Stellenbosch, all but two...

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An ancient Sudanese proverb says that when Allah created Sudan, he laughed in delight. In recent years, there has been little in this harsh, beautiful land to make anyone smile.Although droughts plague its desert regions, Sudan has remained embroiled...

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Sun City

Sun City is internationally renowned as South Africa 's premier holiday resort offering a multitude of attractions and activities to keep everyone occupied. With its combination of golf, game and gambling, as well as world class hotels. Sun City is t...

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Swaziland (eSwatini)

Swaziland - independent since 1968 - is one of the only three monarchies left in Africa. And proud of it! Led by His Majesty King Mswati III the nation rejoices in its traditions and is staunchly committed to safeguarding its rich culture, social and...

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Tanzania not only has the highest mountain in Africa, (Kilimanjaro is 19,340 feet) but the longest and deepest lake, Tanganyika, which is over 4,000 feet deep and harbors many exotic looking species that exist only here. Lake Victoria, Africa's larg...

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Home to the "Big Five," Thornybush is located in the heart of the Lowveld savannah just adjacent to Kruger Park. Enjoy the unspoilt nature of wild animals, the African safari, and the relaxing excusivity Thornybush offers its guests.

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Established in 1956, Timbavati Games Reserve share an unfenced border with Kruger National Park that aims to protect its diverse wildlife while ensuring that all species roam freely. Located in the Mpumalanga province of South Africa, Timbavati Games...

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Only a pencil-thin strip of land, Togo receives rave reviews from travellers. While Lomé and the surrounding beaches are the big draws for most vacationers, those who push on will be amazed by its unique village cultures and the vivacity of their mar...

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Tswalu Kalahari Reserve

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Tunisia is real deserts with beautiful oasis, old cities, lots of carpets and fine beaches. Good climate, warm people and good opportunities makes Tunisia a popular destination. One striking features of a visit to Tunisia is that every city seems rea...

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Travellers are flocking to Uganda's beautiful mountains, trekking opportunities and communities of mountain gorillas. Kampala is now the modern, bustling capital of a new Uganda, a country with one of the fastest growing economies in Africa. Uganda's...

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uKhahlamba Drakensberg Mountains

One of two World Heritage sites situated within a half-day's drive of Durban (150 mi/250 km away), the uKhahlamba-Drakensberg—which runs to the west of the N3 to Johannesburg—is the largest mountain range in southern Africa. Its Afrikaans name of Dra...

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This coastal suburb of Durban is around 30 minutes north of the city center, and its Zulu name means "Place of Reeds," in reference to years gone by when reeds were washed down to the beach by the Ohlanga River. In the 19th century, local farmers lea...

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Walker Bay

Walker Bay is near the Southern most tip of Africa. Magnificent mountains watch over the town which is home of the Southern Right Whale.

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West Coast Region, South Africa

The West Coast of South Africa is perhaps most famous for its wildflowers that carpet the region in vivid color from mid-August through September. White sandy beaches there stretch as far as the eye can see, often strewn with kelp and driftwood, inte...

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Western Cape

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Western Sahara

Explore the Western Sahara by 4x4 vehicle or camel, savoring the panoramic views of the sand dunes and incredible sunsets over the dunes. Tour historic ruins of grand Kasbahs and outposts, and enjoy the rich local Bedouin culture in the Sahara.

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White River

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Wilderness National Park

As environmental awareness grew in the late 1970s, the South African government came under intense pressure to protect the country's natural scenery. By 1983, it had created the National Lake Area around the Wilderness wetlands, 235 mi/380 km east of...

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Zambezi Queen

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Zambia has excellent national parks teeming with birds and other animals, as well as the spectacular Victoria Falls and Zambezi River. Apart from sightseeing, these places are also centers for activities ranging from canoeing to white-water rafting ...

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With more than a passing resemblance to a National Geographic best-of issue, Zimbabwe is a beautiful and usually safe country to visit. It boasts the majestic Victoria Falls, magnificent wildlife preserves and the medieval ruins of Great Zimbabwe, as...

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Evocative of grandeur as Zululand surely is - conjuring up images of noble culture, magnificent wildlife and fabulous surroundings - nothing compares to first- hand experience of our Kingdom's heartland...via ultra- modern, efficient infrastructures....

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