Discovering Dar es Salaam Tanzania As A Solo Traveller Interested in visiting East Africa’s second busiest harbour? This down-to-earth feel destination has however maintained low-key. Dar es Salaam which was a quiet fishing village some time ago is now one of the busiest and thriving cities for millions of people. The city is also home to awesome sandy beaches, restaurants, craft shops, and a fish market. Consequently it is extremely busy at dawn offloading the
How to Connect to the Spice Route from Paarl A memorable day in the Spice Routes will be cherished forever! So if you are already in Cape Town city centre, you shouldn’t miss visiting this wonderful farm village situated in Paarl. Simply because you will never experience the gourmet food, excellent wine, shopping, and art that the Spice Route offers. The fabulous restaurants in the village serve a variety of South Africa’s best wine, gin,
Finding Your Way Around Johannesburg South Africa There is literally nowhere better than Johannesburg if you are interested to see the modern face of South Africa. This energetic, diverse, and progressive city deals with multiple racial segregations. You may hear languages like Afrikaans, Xhosa, Zulu, as well as Hindi and Chinese. The city is South Africa’s richest and the biggest. Moreover it is also home to a man-made forest of at least 10 million trees.
Get Your bearings in Cape Town South Africa There is no beautiful city like Cape Town South Africa that offers a blend of cultures, cuisines, and natural beauty. The iconic Table Mountain provides panoramic views from botanical gardens, the glittering Atlantic to the city’s most fine beaches. The range of mind-blowing activities the city offers from biking, surfing, paragliding, trekking, to hiking makes any lazy traveller a hyper personality. Care to watch some whales and
How To Orientate Yourself in Kigali Rwanda Kigali is of course one of the coolest capital cities in Africa. Moreover with flowers, hills, beautiful boulevards, and bustling streets, everything a traveller can expect is already here! After the revolting horrors back in 1994, Kigali gained various foreign infrastructure projects. All to help bring back the capital to some form of normality. As a result in the past two decades many foreign and state investments have