An Egypt vacation should be on everyone’s bucket list.
A comprehensive guide to traveling West Africa on a budget by a woman who backpacked through five countries in three months.
Discover the best things to do in Nosy Komba Island, Madagascar, including where to scuba dive, snorkel, and spot rare wildlife.
South Africa’s Garden Route is some of the most beautiful coastline in the world, and it’s full of adventure sports and activities, too.
Check out five of the best hostels in Johannesburg to help you save money during your visit to the capital of South Africa.
A Uganda safari offers an incredible introduction to the Pearl of Africa’s diverse wildlife, lush green vegetation, and tropical climate.
European, Asian, and African influences combine to make Mauritius, the island nation off the coast of Africa, a truly unique destination.
For diverse wildlife, a range of treks and hikes and a window into the country’s history, include Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda in your African itinerary.
LC shares five reasons why you should consider making a plan to visit Marrakech, Morocco including shopping, eating, and visiting the Atlas Mountains.
The Great Pyramids have a lasting hold on our imagination, but there’s much more to see when you visit Egypt, including Siwa Oasis and the White Desert.
For those looking for adventure, desert and so much more, put Namibia in Africa on your bucket list.
A budget trip to Morocco does not necessarily mean skipping the important places to visit or compromising on the quality of service.
When visiting Zanzibar, it’s a great experience to spend some time exploring Stone Town, but if you want a beautiful beach experience, try Nungwi village.
The most impressive part of visiting Lalibela in Ethiopia is touring the incredible monolithic churches, known as the rock churches of Lalibela.
Durban is steeped in history, and the architecture reflects this, from Georgian and Art Deco to Palladian and the less interesting 1970s styles.
Addis Ababa, the capital city of Ethiopia, is not the biggest city in Africa, but it is home to Addis Mercato, the biggest open air market on the continent!
Indian, Middle Eastern, and local African ingredients and cooking techniques are all fused together to form the base of Tanzanian food.