Countries to Avoid in Africa | The list of travel warnings for countries in Africa is endless. From Libya in the north to Lesotho in the south almost every country fills a chapter. But two countries in particular stand out from the crowd: Madagascar and Somalia … Countries to Avoid in Africa: Madagascar Countries to
Avenue of the Baobabs Latitude Longitude | Here comes another really awesome viral picture that captures people’s imagination: A street lined with huge Baobab trees. This instafamous snapshot was taken somewhere in Madagascar. So far so good. But where exactly? The Avenue of the Baobabs is one of a few tourist attractions in an otherwise
Devils Pool Victoria Falls | The mighty Victoria Falls at the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia have been one of Africa’s major tourist magnets for one simple reason: Gazing down 100 meters from the top of the Vic Falls into the churning chasm below is a heartstopping experience. This waterfall gives you the largest sheet
Bizarre Tourist Attraction Paga Crocodile Pond | Do not try this! A Canadian tourist just had her moment of fame when pictures surfaced in the internet showing the 25-year-old sitting on top of a grown-up crocodile. Later on she was even picking up the crocs tail. Locals at Paga Crocodile Pond near Navrongo in Ghana,
Getting there is not easy: Pyramids Meroe Sudan | It’s not so easy simply because Sudan in general is a very dangerous country to go. The U.S. Department of State warns its citizens of continued risks of travel to Sudan. U.S. citizens should avoid all travel to this African country, or at least consider carefully the
Deadvlei Desert Namibia | You are neither good at Photoshop nor at Painting, but want to give your friends a really hard fake-or-real-nut to crack? Step 1: Book a ticket to Windhoek Hosea Kutako International Airport in Namibia. Step 2: Rent a car and drive approx. 6 hours down south. Please don’t forget your camera.