It is located off the coast of Senegal and is composed of a group of islands. You can enjoy volcanoes, turtles and beaches in total tranquility, horseback riding on the beach or visit the islands of Santa Monica or Salt.
You can travel by car and discover its colors, smells and flavors. Visit cities like Marrakech and admire the Kutubia Mosque or the Bahia Palace. If you want to know the deep Morocco, go to the valleys of Ourika or Ouarzazate. You can not miss the desert of Erg Chegaga and the stars when the sky is clear.
Namibia is one of the safest countries in Africa and stands out for its desert dunes and savannah. Some must-see places are the Etosha National Park, Cape Cross, the Skeleton Coast, the Namib Desert or Swakopmund.
It is located next to Namibia and also stands out as one of the safest countries in Africa. Its main tourist attraction is the Okavango Delta, where you can see lions, hippos, elephants and antelopes.
BangladeshThe least visited neighbor in South Asia by far, Bangladesh is one of the cheapest countries in the world to travel. Overshadowed by two tourism giants like India and Nepal, Bangladesh falls short of great attractions that catch the eye, which is why so few people dedicate part of their itinerary to it.The experience of traveling to Bangladesh is incomparable to any other, or at least that’s how it felt to me. Because there is so little tourism, any foreigner is a big novelty, and that instantly makes you a celebrity. From invitations to houses to groups of people chasing us to take pictures with me and my partner (or just to take a closer look at us), every day we spent in Bangladesh was an unforgettable anecdote.Cost-wise, traveling in Bangladesh is generally even cheaper than traveling in India. Only in accommodation, having much less variety for different budgets, you will have to calculate a little more.
Places as remote and exotic as Mozambique or Malawi, as close as Morocco, or as popular as Kenya, are just some of the elite destinations that Africa has for you this vacation.
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The Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Nakuru, the Avenue of the Baobabs, the Masai Mara Park, or the Sahara Desert, are some of the places you should visit at least once in your life. The cities of Johannesburg, Nairobi, Marrakech, Cape Town and Cairo are destinations that not only preserve the best of their traditions, but also work to be elite places, with a cultural, gastronomic and entertainment offer that seeks to compete on a global level.
Whether you are looking for something full of culture and traditions like Morocco or Egypt, or you prefer to give yourself completely to nature in a place as remote as Madagascar, the African continent is about to give you memories that will last a lifetime.
Africa cannot be lost on the world map. The colonial era has left clear traces on the fibrous borders, but the fascinating cultures are well preserved and nature is on the verge of vanishing. If you’re looking for magnificent cultural and natural experiences, Africa is the place to go.
Egypt cannot avoid its great attraction; the pyramids and Giza. The ancient history remains fascinating. Like frenetic Cairo, camel rides in the sandy desert, boat rides on the Nile and diving in the Red Sea at Sharm el-Sheik. The ancient city of Luxor with the Valley of the Kings is a good starting point.
North Africa is ideal for travel if you want to clear the sky and don’t want to spend too much time on transportation. Here you can soak up the sun, stimulate the senses and explore a different and impressive culture, and while there can be intense places and chaotic cities, there are always quieter alternatives too.
Ghana is the most obvious and popular country to visit. The country attracts many volunteers and rightly so. It is easy and safe to travel, English is spoken and it is possible to immerse yourself in Danish colonial history, for example at Christiansborg Fort, go on jungle safari and surf the waves off the coast.