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Where to Stay in the Seychelles

Where to Stay in the Seychelles

The Seychelles is an exotic archipelago of 115 islands off the coast of East Africa, world-renowned for white sand beaches, turquoise blue water and five-star resorts waiting to cater to your every whim. Although only a few of the 115 islands are inhabited, there are still several to choose from when deciding where to stay in the Seychelles. You can choose from all-inclusive resorts that you’ll never leave, or a budget hostel on the Seychelles’ most populated island. We’ve pulled together information on the best islands to choose from, as well as options for every budget! This post contains some affiliate links for your convenience.  Click here to read my full disclosure policy. Mahe Mahe is the largest island of the Seychelles, and is where you’ll find the capital city of Victoria as well as the international airport. 86% of the population of the Seychelles lives on Mahe, but you…
Where to stay and what to do in Cape Town? Cape Town is one of those city where you will want to come back to after your first visit! This guide will provide you with a few ideas of what to do in Cape Town and where to stay.

Where to stay and what to do in Cape Town?

Cape Town is one of those city where you will want to come back to after your first visit so don't worry if you don't get to all the things I'm going to write about. I'm quite sure we will see you again. Read more on Cape Town: The beautiful Constantia Wine Farms you need to visit Cape Town Adventure & Sunset Guide Best places to stay in Cape Town Cape Town has a wide variety of accommodation on offer. It varies from great backpackers like [email protected] in Greenpoint to the most luxurious hotel at the moment which is The Silo Hotel in the newly developed Silo Precinct. Perhaps you rather stay in nice boutique hotel or in a homely guesthouse, Cape Town has it all. Cape Town is also the biggest airbnb destination in Africa so you might want to check out some awesome airbnbs too. Our favorite areas…
Must-Take Instagram Pictures on Any African Holiday

Must-Take Instagram Pictures on Any African Holiday

If there is one place in the world that is incredibly photogenic, it’s the continent of Africa. Photographers feast on the breath-taking sights and the unique occurrences, that have a way of transforming even the simplest shots, into a masterpiece. As we know, in this day and age - where we’re living in a digital world- the best way to document our unique encounters, is by posting the finished product on social media. The most well known platform for sharing photos is, of course, Instagram. Most travel bloggers stick to Instagram, especially when their main objective is to reach a grand scope of like-minded individuals, who take interest in what they’re sharing. Scrolling through the app leaves most of us in awe, and perhaps a little green with envy - because their shots are always spectacular and, of course, Instagram-worthy. This means they’ve managed to capture the perfect shot of…
Budget guide for Namibia

Budget guide for Namibia

Namibia is an amazing country to travel though to do it on a budget can be quite tricky. The best way to explore Namibia is by doing a road trip with a rental car but it’ll cost you quite a bit. Even to drive with your own car is expensive due to large distances between places, here petrol is your main expense. Read more on Namibia:  Camping in Namibia with Kids  Moving around the country Rent a car in Namibia Most tourists rent big 4x4 vehicles with roof-top tents on mainly for safaris this is the most expensive and the most comfortable transport option keep in mind in Namibia you drive on gravel roads a lot. Prices start at per day. Rent a normal sedan type car it will definitely limit you, will be less comfortable and in some places you won’t be able to drive it but there are always…
Where to Stay in Cape Town including Cheap Accommodation Options. With such an influx of large scale tourism, it can get difficult to decide exactly where to stay in Cape Town and find cheap accomodations in Cape Town can be difficult!.

Where to Stay in Cape Town including Cheap Accommodation Options

Cape Town is a wonderful port city in the South Western coast of South Africa which attracts a lot of visitors. Cape Town tourism has grown each and every day. With such an influx of large scale tourism, it can get difficult to decide exactly where to stay in Cape Town and find cheap accomodations in Cape Town can be difficult!. Where to stay in Cape Town Popular areas with Active Nightlife Cape Town City Centre Cape Town Central Business District (CBD) is the lower half of the city and stretches from the Cape Town Convention Centre all the way up to the Company Gardens. There are three major street which encapsulates CBD are Long Street, Bree Street and Adderly Street and are quite popular among locals and visitors for both business as well as parties. The area is loaded with some amazing and varied coffee bars, restaurants, craft markets and…
Kruger National Park

A Glance Inside Kruger National Park, South Africa

Sprawling over an area of around 20,000 sq. km., Kruger National Park is one of the largest game reserves in Africa. The national park is home to over 500 bird species and 147 species of large mammals. Kruger is also home to the Big Five game animals, the African elephant, African lion, rhinoceros, cape buffalo and African leopard. Watching the varied flora and fauna thriving in their natural habitat is a sight to behold, which is why you must make sure the itinerary includes a visit to the park, when buying a South Africa tour package. Inside Kruger, there are many self-drives. When in Kruger, opt for these self-drives to get up close and personal with fauna thriving in the region. To help you plan better, the post lists some of the best self-drives with the most number of animal sightings. Take a look. Read more on South Africa: Your…
Top Beaches in Southern Africa

The Best Beaches in Southern Africa

When you first visit South Africa, be prepared to be knocked off your feet by the diversity of culture, the strength of the nation overcoming its past, and the general air of rebirth visible on every corner. The thing that takes most people’s breath away however,  is the incredibly striking and diverse landscapes. Wherever you look, the scenery is simply transcendent, from the Kalahari desert, to Cape Town’s Table Mountain and the rugged Wild Coast. Surrounded by the Indian and the Atlantic Oceans, South Africa boasts some of the most gorgeous beaches in the world. In no particular order, here are some of our favorites. Read more on South Africa: A Glance Inside Kruger National Park, South Africa Your Quick Fire Guide To South Africa Sun City, South Africa – A One-Stop Travel Destination Where to Stay in Cape Town including Cheap Accommodation Options These Incredible Animal Encounters Should Be…
The Seven MUST see Wonders of Egypt

The Seven MUST see Wonders of Egypt

Have you ever fancied checking out the tombs of the Pharaohs? Well, if so, why not book a holiday to Egypt this year? It’s a country steeped in wonder, mysticism and splendour, and will linger in your memory long after you’ve returned home. But what will you do while you’re there? Well, start by exploring the cities and marketplaces, sampling delicious cuisine as you go. However, holidaymakers heading to Egypt should also look forward to checking out some of the planet’s most incredible marvels: the wonders of the ancient world… Ancient Egypt left behind a number of structures for us to visit in the present day, but we’ve whittled it down to a handful of must-sees. You’ve heard of the Seven Wonders of the World, so check out these Seven Wonders of Egypt and decide where you’re going to check out first on your holiday… This post contains some affiliate…