So you’ve decided – you want to take a trip to Africa. Great choice! Africa is an interesting continent to head to, being home to…
Part of Tanzania, Zanzibar is an idyllic island situated in the Indian Ocean. White sand, palm trees and turquoise water make for a picturesque holiday…
The jewel of Northern Africa, Morocco boasts spectacular historic architecture, busy cities, huge ancient markets and staggering nature.
South Africa is one of the greatest places to go for it combines the natural wonders as well as hip and vibrant cities.
The continent has the widest variety of natural wonders, animals and plants. The diversity and versatility is so immense, you would need a lifetime to explore it all.
One of the most exciting cities in South Africa, Cape Town boasts an exciting variety of great activities. Embedded in the surroundings of magnificent nature, the town also provides a vibrant urban life.
Found in the Sahara Desert, north-eastern part of the country, the series of 18 lakes are included in a UNESCO World Heritage list.
This is an indeed unique natural wonder found in the center of the Sahara Desert.
Found in the Sahara Desert, a vast mountain range is a spectacular natural wonder. It is also rich with ancient rock paintings.
Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif, also known as the “Warrior King”, was the ruler of Moroccan Alaouite dynasty.
At 5885 m (19 308 ft) high Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and the highest free-standing mountain in the world.
A 130 m (427 ft) long tree canopy walkway is your next most favorite hiking route!
One of the African Great Lakes sprawls among three borders and is huge – 580 km long and 75 km wide.
It is known as one of the strangest volcanoes on Earth: its unique natrocarbonatite lava crystallizes in the air and then sprinkles the slope with thousands of pebbles.
Found on the island, which itself is a divine gem in the Indian Ocean, the hotel is a combination of a tacit luxury and lush nature.
The mountain is embedded between the Table Mountain and Signal Hill.
The capital of the Wadi al Hayaa District, the oasis town is a truly picturesque gem in the vast and empty Saharan landscape.
A gorge carved by the Dades River separates Atlas and Anti-Atlas (or Lesser Atlas) mountain range.
Blyde means happy in Dutch for a good reason: the canyon is one of the most beautiful in the world.
A very shallow salt lake is very dangerous for those, who are not adjusted: the temperature can reach 60ºC and its ph level is 10!
If you have ever dreamed of going on a safari and still be able to use all the commodities – this is the place to consider.
Today it is hard to believe that there could exist such a holiday destination as this – totally unspoiled, only crafted by wind and water.
The volcano’s slopes are steep and lava is very fluid, thus enabling it to flow in high velocity when it erupts.
Mountain gorillas are extremely endangered and here they live in a conflict zone, always in danger to be poached. Thanks to the dedicated rangers their constant care and efforts help preserve these incredible animals.