Etosha National Park, Namibia - Large Salt Pan Visible From Space

The Etosha National Park is a national park in the northwestern part of Namibia. The park is mainly a salt pan which is so large that it can even be seen from space. It is also one of the most accessible game reserves in Namibia and Southern Africa.   The park was proclaimed a game […]

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Apartheid Museum, Johannesburg South Africa

The Apartheid Museum, located in Northern Parkway and Gold Reef Road, Ormonde, Johannesburg, South Africa is a museum which illustrates the apartheid and the 20th century history of South Africa. It was opened in November 2001 and formed part of the Gold Reef City complex. In 1948, the white elected National Party government started a process which made 20 million […]

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Angola’s Valley Of The Moon: The Place To Visit The Moon On Earth

The Valley of the Moon also called Miradouro da Lua or Watchpoint is one of the most prominent and famous landscapes in Angola; a beautiful southern  African country. Angola is bounded on its western portion by the Atlantic ocean. The capital of Angola is the city of Luanda and the Valley of the Moon is […]

Kirstenbosch Garden

Kirstenbosch Garden: Most Beautiful Garden In Africa

Kirstenbosch Garden, is a botanical garden located in the eastern foot of table mountains in Cape Town, South Africa. Let me inform you that a botanical garden is a garden dedicated to the collection, cultivation and display of a wide variety of plants labelled with botanic names or scientific names for the purposes of research, conservation […]

Namib Desert

Namib Desert - The Sea Meets The Desert

The Namib desert is regarded as one of the Great African Wonders. The reason is not far-fetched. Although not as large as the Sahara (which of course is the world’s largest desert), the Namib is often referred to as the world oldest desert. It stretches for more than 1,300 miles long, from the Usaib river in north of Namibia […]

Kolmanskop: The Deserted Tourist Town

Kolmanskop was founded in the early 1900s when diamonds were found in the desert but abandoned 40 years later. Located in the Namib desert, Southern Namibia, it was once home to hundreds of German families who flocked to the area to try and make their fortune. The ghost town is now a famous site for […]

God's Window: Where The Earth Meets The Heavens

My first visit to God’s Window was a very exciting one with lots of breath taking experience. I had heard so much about it and decided to finally visit it. Many had described it as the meeting of the earth and heaven. Some had also described it as the edge of the earth. I tell […]

Garden Route – Second Mildest Climate In The World

Garden Route, top on the must-see list of most visitors to South Africa, is never without interesting and breath taking things to do. It is a 300-kilometer stretch of the south western coast of South Africa and extends from Western cape to the Storm River  in the Eastern cape. Garden Route is loaded with memorable sights, […]

Bazaruto Archipelago – The Next Destination For An Indian Ocean Getaway

Comprising of six islands is The Bazaruto Archipelago in Mozambique, near the mainland city of Vilankulo. The islands include Bazaruto, Benguerra, Magaruque, Banque, Santa Carolina (also known as Paradise Island) and Shell. Nyati Island locates in further south. The islands were formed from sand deposited by the Save River. The Bazaruto Archipelago has clear, turquoise […]

Cape Point Nature Reserve - Views From Down South

Within just an hour’s drive from the buzz of downtown Cape Town lies a peaceful and beautiful reserve – Cape Point Nature Reserve. It is one of the most attractive and spectacular parks in the entire nation of South Africa. Bursting with fantastic hiking trails, dramatic scenery, unbelievable hiking trails, deserted beaches and horizons your […]

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