My Solo trip to Zanzibar, Tanzania Part 2

My Solo trip to Zanzibar, Tanzania Part 2

Tanzania / The editorial choices /

Starting in from Stone Town   If I could describe Zanzibar to someone it would be that it is not like what I have seen on TV or in magazines, it was is so much more than I expected it to be. Every little detail in Stone Town was beautiful. The name Stone Town says […]

Top 10 Things To Do In Rwanda

Top 10 Things To Do In Rwanda

Rwanda / The editorial choices /

Let me introduce you to Rwanda, nicknamed the country of a Thousand Hills! This is because of its hills (obviously), mountains and volcanoes in the west of the country. When Rwanda was a Kingdom, its royal capital was Le Nyanza. Today its capital is Kigali, the Silicon Valley of Africa!   Travelling in Rwanda is […]

Fashion High Tea: A Great Cause Meets High Fashion

Fashion High Tea: A Great Cause Meets High Fashion

Kenya / The editorial choices /

Its fashion week all over the world, and the fashion scene in Africa is no exception. The kick-off event of Kenya’s fashion calendar happened in the past weekend, the annual Zen Garden’s Fashion High Tea. Held every February, this year marked the 9th edition of the event. The event aims to combine fashion, socializing and a […]

Hidden Gem: Mly Bousselham, Morocco

Hidden Gem: Mly Bousselham, Morocco

Morocco / The editorial choices /

It takes the right people to show you the beauty of a city. I never took this to heart until I experienced it a couple of months ago. I visited this city once with my family during the summer. Summer time here means beach and sun, fresh fish, crowds and chaos. I hate sitting on […]

Kit-Mikayi: Rock of Love

Kit-Mikayi: Rock of Love

Kenya / The editorial choices /

Over the holidays, I got to go on a rock climbing expedition, but this was not your typical rock climbing experience. Kit – Mikayi is one of nature’s mysteries, a rock formation which stands tall at 120 metres high could be described as nature’s balancing act. It’s a common miscalculation that Kisumu City, Kenya only […]

Lake or Dam… ? Let’s Go to Kariba!

Lake or Dam… ? Let’s Go to Kariba!

The editorial choices / Zambia / Zimbabwe /

The largest man-made lake and reservoir and the 4th largest lake in Africa, Lake Kariba has given us a lot to talk about. On the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe, the lake was originally designed as a hydroelectric dam along the Zambezi River, servicing both countries with electricity. It is still functional presently and doubles as […]

Lake Malawi’s Hidden Treasure

Lake Malawi’s Hidden Treasure

Malawi / The editorial choices /

Once known as Lake Nyasa, Lake Malawi is one of the most stunning destinations around Malawi. On its shores lays Nkatha Bay, one of the lake’s main ports located 413 km from the capital, Lilongwe. It’s described as a “tropical paradise” but then again, so are many popular African destinations. What sets Nkatha Bay apart? […]

Fine Dining For A Cause at Angola Restaurant Week

Fine Dining For A Cause at Angola Restaurant Week

angola / Gastronomy / The editorial choices /

Angola Restaurant Week is an annual initiative organized by Luanda Night Life that promotes Angola local gastronomy. It’s main objective is to democratize the access to quality and very expensive restaurants along with with a donation to a  social cause. 500 Angolan Kwanzas (Akz) or each Restaurant Week menu sold will be donated to 2 charity projects.   On […]

Redefining Kenyan Tourism with Farhana Oberson

Redefining Kenyan Tourism with Farhana Oberson

Kenya / The editorial choices /

Meet Farhana Oberson who is changing our approach towards tourism. Based in Kenya, Farhana uses her YouTube channel and her Instagram, to share positive travel content from her various local and international destinations. Since the birth of her YouTube channel, Farhana has over 40,000 subscribers, aka ” The Rafiki Squad”; and won the 2017 Youtube […]

Teaching myself how to love: a journey into the spiritual practice of our ancestors Pt 1

Teaching myself how to love: a journey into the spiritual practice of our ancestors Pt 1

Benin / Culture / The editorial choices /

My idea was genius! No Brilliant! I had finally found the answer that would unite all people of the diaspora together. The idea came through my head like water. To create a retreat titled “Back To Our Roots” that would re-unite the people of the diaspora back to the land.   “The cure for the […]