Africa: an amazing and incredibly diverse continent.
To help guide your travels, whether they be armchair or actual, check out the destination pages below as well as links to several articles on the safari page. Don’t miss, for Reader’s Digest: 8 of the most endangered elephants in the world.
Click the Morocco link for articles on Marrakech, Rabat, Moulay Idris, Volubilis, and Fès.
Namibia is one of my favourite countries in the world. They’re doing a lot to help protect their fragile environment and the diverse flora and fauna that entice visitors; the people are fantastic; and it is stunningly beautiful.
The Namibia link has my articles about how to pack, where to stay, and a story about having to choose between team predator and team prey.
My writing about Cape Town, Cape Point, and a safari near Kruger is all at the South Africa link.
I visited Tunisia a month after the Bardo attack. It was a beautiful country with incredibly welcoming people and a fascinating history. I need to go back. My writing on what to see and do in Tunisia, and about tragedy and tourism, is all on the Tunisia page.
A country with the world’s friendliest people, where you can see the source of the River Nile, trek with mountain gorillas and chimpanzees, go on traditional safaris and even bungee jump in the Nile: Uganda!