Africa is not to be missed 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.
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Tours to Africa: home of living, wild, majestic and constantly moving Nature, with incredible landscapes and spectacular beaches. Origin of humanity and home of authentic and diverse tribes.
Consult the particular conditions of each circuit in the brochure corresponding to the trip of your choice. You can also read the general conditions of contracting package tours established by the tour operator that organizes the trip on the website of the tour operator itself.
In the tours of Kenya and starting from the capital, Nairobi, we can find visits to the Nakuru and Naivasha lakes, and make photographic safaris through the nature reserves of Masai Mara and Shaba or the National Parks of Aberdare, Samburu or Amboseli, with the legendary Kilimanjaro volcano, and even make walking safaris escorted by Masai warriors.
In Uganda, tour operators offer the Gorillas in the Mist truck route from Entebbe to Jinja, on the shores of Lake Victoria, from where you leave for the Ziwa rhino sanctuary, continuing on to Masindi, from where you visit the Murchison Falls National Park, on the course of the Nile River, continuing on to the Budongo rainforest, to Fort Portal, next to the Rwenzori mountain range. From there, safaris depart to Queen Elisabeth National Park, and visit Lake Bunyonyi, to continue on to Rwanda. Other circuits pass through Kampala, the capital, and access the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, home to an important gorilla colony.
Travel to kenya 2022
Day 1: Madrid / Barcelona – Cotonou Day 2: Cotonou – Ganvie – Porto Novo – Cotonou (18 km, asphalt and 25 km by lake) Day 3: Cotonou – Abomey (190 km, asphalt) Day 4: Abomey Day 5º: Abomey – Parakou (290 km, asphalt) Day 6º: Parakou – Taneka Country – Natitingu (208 km, asphalt) Day 7º: Natitingu Day 8º: Natitingu – Kara (150 km, asphalt) Day 9º: Kara – Atakpame (252 km, bad road) Day 10: Atakpame – Lome (160 km, asphalt) Day 11: Lome – Grand Popo – Togo Ville – Grand Popo (70 km, asphalt) Day 12: Grand Popo – Day off Day 13: Grand Popo (38 km) Day 14: Grand Popo – Ouidah Day 15: Ouidah – Cotonou- Madrid / Barcelona Day 16: Arrival to Madrid / Barcelona
The 19th century was the time of the great geographical explorations and the heroes of the moment were Stanley, Livingston, Burton… a prototype of bearded man, with salacot, high boots, rifles… all of them worthy representatives of the British Empire. It was considered that women were neither psychically nor physically prepared to travel. And then Mary Kingsley “appeared”.
Her destination was far from the Africa with which her name is associated. She barely received any schooling, but ended up exploring inhospitable corners of the West African coast, passing through the Ogowé River, the cannibalistic tribes of the Fang and the wild beaches of Gabon. She traveled through Africa dressed in long skirts and petticoats, and armed with a sun umbrella. Do you want to know her story in depth? From June 29 to July 15 I will be giving, together with my good friend, the anthropologist Francesc Bailón, an online seminar entitled: