Although we usually associate the Maghreb countries with a completely different place, we should not forget that places like Morocco are still part of the African continent. Caressed by the Sahara and nurtured by a tapestry of vibrant imperial cities, the country of couscous owes much of its charm to the bazaars of Marrakech, the exoticism of places like the Draa Valley, or the psychedelia of villages like the blue Chaouen, not far from the Mediterranean coast. Undoubtedly, one of the safest countries in Africa.
However, this does not mean that we should not take the corresponding precautions when visiting the country. So be sure to read on to find out everything you need to know about it.
The answer is yes, Namibia is a safe country. Unlike other countries like South Africa, your safety will not be compromised during your trip. The political situation in the country is quite stable, and there have never been any known kidnappings or murders of tourists.
In terms of health care, Namibia also differs from other countries in the region. In the capital you will find good doctors and well-equipped private hospitals. In addition, the vast majority of medical care cases that have occurred have been caused by accidents, not diseases.
This includes traffic accidents, as road conditions are not ideal and can occur with considerable frequency. It is best to hire a local guide who knows the roads and with whom you can move around the country safely.
Discovered by the mythical Dr. Livingstone, the Victoria Falls form the natural border between Zambia and Zimbabwe and represent one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world, known at the time by the local tribes as ‘the smoke that thunders’ due to the dense and noisy blanket formed by the water as it falls and bounces back up again.
Located in the west of the island of Madagascar, the Avenue or Promenade of the Baobabs is a spectacular group of baobab trees located on both sides of a dirt road, an astonishing landscape famous the world over.
Mali is home to a multitude of ethnic groups with their own cultural customs, but the most striking is that of the Dogon, whose mud houses built on the Bandiagara Rift, their masked dances and religious traditions captivate the intrepid traveler.
Traveling to Africa is always a discovery. The neighboring continent has the ability to transform us in the deepest part of our being. The way of seeing life, the immensity of the landscapes, the harmony with nature… we have much more to learn than we think.
On the trips to Africa that we have selected, a completely transforming experience awaits you. Not only will you see lions, elephants and leopards, but you will also learn about a more sustainable way of living in local communities.
From top accommodations such as the Arusha Cofee Lodge, it is possible not only to go on safaris in the Serengeti or the Ngorongoro Area but also to learn about coffee cultivation or visit tribes who maintain their nomadic way of life with pastoralism.
Tanzania also stands out for having a beautiful island, Zanzibar, which is a luxurious finishing touch to a safari with a private beach. A union of adventure and relaxation with first-class resorts in an Indian paradise.