Category: Threer Africa

Malindi

Kenya Attractions

Samburu – Wildlife Park: This desert-like park is located between Nairobi and Lake Turkana. Here you can see the rare oryx, gerenuk, reticulated giraffe and Grevy’s zebra. Ostriches and elephants are easy to spot...

Zuurberg National Park

South Africa Attractions

Mpumalanga The plateau’s treeless grasslands stretch for hundreds of kilometers to the Drakensberg chain. Here the landscape changes into a subtropical forest area ( Lowveld ). Trips In the Cape of Good Hope Nature...

Port el Kantaoui

Tunisia Attractions

East coast of Tunisia The more than 800 km long east coast of Tunisia offers hilly landscapes with gardens and olive, pomegranate and almond tree groves as well as long sandy beaches and rocky...

Memo to a Tourist in Cape Verde

Memo to a Tourist in Cape Verde

LOCAL LAWS AND CUSTOMS  There are no special codes of conduct in Cape Verde. The population of the country is represented by mulattos of Portuguese-African origin (about 70%), some peoples of Africa (about 28%)...

Memo to a Tourist in Botswana

Memo to a Tourist in Botswana

Botswana, located in the southern part of the African continent, is famous for its untouched wilderness, characterized by deep lagoons, swamps, lush palm trees, rugged hills and desert plains scattered with scrub. The main...

Memo to a Tourist in Kenya

Memo to a Tourist in Kenya

Travel and transport Nairobi has two airports for domestic and regional flights, Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and Wilson Airport. Kenya has over 150 domestic airports and airstrips, and there are daily flights to the...

Memo to a Tourist in Morocco

Memo to a Tourist in Morocco

Customs regulations in Morocco: The import and export of foreign currency is not limited, but its circulation in the territory of the Kingdom is prohibited. When exporting unspent currency, you must have a bank...

Sudan Economic Conditions

Sudan Economic Conditions

The Sudanese economy, already traditionally dependent on the primary sector, remained in a state of serious underdevelopment until the last decade of the twentieth century, when it began to show signs of recovery, after...

Sudan Prehistory

Sudan Prehistory and History

PREHISTORY The oldest cultures of the Sudan are very little known. Apart from the sporadic Paleolithic remains found along the Blue Nile (Abu Anga), the following phases are placed between the Paleolithic and Mesolithic....

Sudan Arts and Architecture

Sudan Arts and Architecture

In Sudan the traditional box-house, on a rectangular or square layout (bayt jalus), with a flat roof, made of pure clay or mud dried in the sun, of bricks or with plaster made with...