Is This Town South Africa’s Largest Rastafarian Community?

In the heart of the Garden Route, just outside of Knysna, you’ll find a bustling and sustainable Rastafarian community. Members are committed to conserving the surrounding area and living an overall better way of life, while staying true to their Rastafarian ideals. History of Judah Square Judah Square was established in 1993 in Knysna’s Khayalethu Township […]

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My Unforgettable Trip to Marrakech

There is surely no policy for wanting to try something different every day. There is surely something interested in Africa and its beautiful people. I mean why else would Morocco be the most visited country? The best things are well done when you are literally standing on the four grounds of Morocco. Being here I […]

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5 Things to Do in Ethiopia

Not many countries manage to impress their visitors in a way that Ethiopia does. The country’s breathtaking natural beauty, diverse culture, soulful people, delicious cuisine, and endemic wildlife are perfect for the traveler looking for different experiences. Here are the top must-see places in Ethiopia for both the budget packer and luxury traveler. Lalibela Dubbed […]

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What to Do in Ethiopia Every Month of the Year

Ethiopia’s weather doesn’t leave much room for the thrill of uncertainty—it’s mostly pleasant with no surprises. From October to May, travelers can bask in the sunshine with limited rainfall. Even during the country’s cloudy days, from June to August, when rain showers are at their heaviest, a little bit of sunshine is always guaranteed. The […]

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Guide to Travelling Alone in Ghana

Ghana is one of the safest countries in Africa as well as being a pan-African and international hub. It is a friendly place where people are always willing to guide tourists along, the opportunities for meeting fellow travellers and locals are numerous and easy. Staying Safe and Basic Travel In the major cities—Accra, Kumasi, Takoradi, and Tamale—there […]

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