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Do’s and Dont’s when you visit Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe is a one of the top tourist destinations in African. This is because of the famous Victoria Falls, Matobo National Park and Hwange National Park, the largest national park in Zimbabwe. Tourists are always welcome into this country with very friendly and warm people. However, when you visit Zimbabwe, …

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What makes Ethiopia a must see of the planet

By Eden | June 9, 2017 Although you might have heard it countless times let us remind you about the sophistication of Ethiopia that makes the country a must see of the planet. Ethiopia is truly full of wonderful and breathtaking places that you must see in lifetime says Jumia Travel. Ethiopia imbeds …

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Air Transport, Africa’s Most Viable Means of Transport

By Josephine Wawira | June 2, 2017 Africa accounts for only 3% of the world’s air traffic. ‘IATA’ predicts a stronger growth of 4.8% in passenger numbers in the next 5 years starting 2017, thanks to the increase of international flights into the continent. This is according to a recently published Hospitality Report …

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Air Transport, Africa’s Most Viable Means of Transport

By Josephine Wawira | June 2, 2017 Africa accounts for only 3% of the world’s air traffic. ‘IATA’ predicts a stronger growth of 4.8% in passenger numbers in the next 5 years starting 2017, thanks to the increase of international flights into the continent. This is according to a recently published Hospitality Report …

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Swimming in Italy: Salento’s secret swimming spots

Love to dive into beautiful, natural pools of blue? A water addict found southern Italy’s most magical coves, caves and springs for swimmers. Words and photographs by Alexia Beckerling. At Il Ciolo, a bridge provides an aerial view of bathers seemingly suspended in the turquoise water below. The sea is …

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Why you should walk the Baviaanskloof’s Leopard Trail

Our editor Sonya Schoeman & photographer Teagan Cunniffe walked this incredible four-day hike in the sculptural Baviaanskloof & found the end always just out of sight. A group shot before we set off on the trail. Photo by Teagan Cunniffe. To explore this wilderness from a saddle read: May the …

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