The Continent of Charm
Africa is a unique continent. The second-largest both by population & area, the most countries, and climates provide a unique experience for those wanting to step outside their comfort zone. Africa is known for their amazing natural parks, like Virunga and Kruger, which are very popular, or the less visited Etosha or Loango, all of which provide the view of a lifetime. Experience the climb on many amazing mountain ranges like the Atlas or Kilimanjaro Mountains. Dip your toes in the ocean at Mauritius’ pristine beaches or take a selfie with a gorilla in Rwanda. Africa is a gem, shining with exploration.
If you do not enjoy a lot of the nature, you can be a part of Africa’s phenomenal culture. 54 countries provide thousands of languages, cuisines, music styles, art forms, dances and more, waiting to be unwrapped. Walk through a market in Jemaa-Al-Fina, sample delicious jollof rice throughout Western Africa, visit the historic sites of Djinguereber Mosque and Timbuktu in Mali, The Pyramids and Sphinx of Egypt, the Bahia Palace in Morocco, or the Elmina Castle in the Ghana, where you can learn about Africa’s history, as they were home to the first homo sapiens. Africa has had a tough past, with many challenges that faced the continent, but it is also a shining star of progress for the world, which you can see clearly when you visit.
Enjoy Your Journey!
Nestled in the azure embrace of the Indian Ocean, Mauritius is a tropical paradise that beckons with its pristine beaches, vibrant coral reefs, and a rich tapestry of cultures. This enchanting island, known for its warm hospitality and breathtaking landscapes, is a haven for travelers seeking an escape into a world where nature, culture, and adventure intertwine seamlessly.
North Africa is one of the most underrated and unexplored regions. Even with some glances, not enough travellers share an interest in exploring the vast, culturally diverse countries in this warm and sunny area! Read on to learn more about some underrated destinations in North Africa.