Sinai… a Hidden Gem

Sinai… a Hidden Gem

Egypt /

Sinai is one of the best Hidden Gems in Egypt. There are endless varieties where you can stay in, varying from simple camps to 5 stars hotels. The <<Camps in Sinai>> is one of the hidden gems in Egypt. 
The tourists who go to Sharm el-Sheikh are mainly looking for the luxury hotels and the […]

As important as the Sphinx of Giza!

As important as the Sphinx of Giza!

Egypt /

In Egypt, we have many treasures and hidden gems as important as the pyramids. Unfortunately, many visitors limit their visits to Giza Pyramids and the Egyptian Museum where there are many other beautiful places they need to discover. The Madrassa of Sultan Hassan is one of those masterpieces that few know about. The madrassa of […]

Castle Zaman… a Dream in the sky!

Castle Zaman… a Dream in the sky!

Egypt /

Have you ever had a beautiful dream that you didn’t want to wake from it? What if that dream can be a reality?!   Castle Zaman is living that dream.   Castle Zaman has no like in Egypt. It is a very unique place. It is not a hotel… yet it is not a restaurant. […]

Taste of Tunisia

Taste of Tunisia

Tunisia /

We have a saying in my home country of Ghana – “Chop Time, No Friend”.  This means when I am eating, do not interrupt me.  We take our food seriously.  The Ghana-Nigeria Jollof Wars have been raging for the better half of two decades. We call it a war and it is about rice. Africans […]

Revolutionary Tourism

Revolutionary Tourism

Tunisia /

There is nothing better than getting home from Christmas break and having a national holiday a few days later.  Yes, January 14th is a great day.  It commemorates the day Tunisia freed itself from the clutches of a repressive political regime and was reborn.  The ruling elite, led by former President Ben Ali, had flaunted […]

4 Reasons I am Your Tunisia Ambassador

4 Reasons I am Your Tunisia Ambassador

Tunisia /

Welcome to Tunisia!  As the Visiter L’Afrique Ambassador to Tunisia, I suppose I should tell you that Tunisia is a country rich in history and culture.  One that has attracted waves of people from all over the world since time immemorial.  A visually opulent nation at the crossroads of Sub-Saharan Africa and Europe.  But 1,000 […]

The Sights and Sounds of Stone Town, Zanzibar

The Sights and Sounds of Stone Town, Zanzibar

Tanzania /

Upon returning home from my three-week solo trip to Africa, my first sojourn to the continent, I proclaimed to my family and friends that, if I ever ran away from home, they’d likely find me in Zanzibar. There is something special there, something magical that finds a little space in your heart and fills it […]

Nairobi city guide by Velma Rossa

Nairobi city guide by Velma Rossa

Kenya /

Velma Rossa is a Kenyan stylist. She’s known trought her blog 2ManySiblings that she manages with her brother Papa petit. The siblings boast a deep sense of style, mixing mainstream clothing and vintage pieces. Here is the City Guide of Velma.    How would you describe Nairobi A to a Lagosian? A lot more cosmopolitan…calm […]

Hello Algiers

Hello Algiers

Algeria /

A few years back, I found myself watching Gillo Pontecorvo’s acclaimed ‘Battle of Algiers’. Despite the bloody scenes unfolding on-screen, it was the elegance of Algiers which resonated most. Visiting Algiers affords an opportunity to experience the cultural confluence that characterises much of Africa. In her boulevards and alleyways, the realities of decades of French rule […]

Ghana (February/March 2015)

Ghana (February/March 2015)

Ghana /

I went to Ghana for the first time ever exactly one year ago. I can recall the feeling of stepping out of the airplane as if it was yesterday. I miss Ghana, the heat, my family and newly made friends, the food and the positiv energy people give you. A small recap of my experience […]