On the move with Brenda Chuinkam

On the move with Brenda Chuinkam

Cameroon / The editorial choices /

Meet Brenda The Ankara Queen, a young Afro entrepreneur and blogger with a strong love for African-inspired prints, African culture and African fashion in general.    So tell us a bit about yourself.   As I am ever evolving and changing with age, wisdom and experience, I can currently describe myself as a hopeful and passionate […]

Travel around Africa with Danay – Part 2

Travel around Africa with Danay – Part 2

Contribute / DRC / Kenya / Nigeria / Tanzania /

We are back from part1 ! I’ve learned so much about the best food, best place to have a night around Africa, but I need more, how about ? we keep going on our travel here   6- Is there any common point in all these countries? If yes which one?   Yes. There are […]

Travel around Africa with Danay – Part 1

Travel around Africa with Danay – Part 1

Benin / Botswana / Ethiopia / Gambia / Guinea Bissau / Ivory Coast / Mali / Namibia / Nigeria / Tanzania /

Danay is the kind of person who can wake up and go for any adventure as long as she is travelling. I’ve met her throught instagram ! She got an amazing blog www.itravelanddance.com where she share her travel journey. She almost visited more than 30 countries in Africa, so guess what? I need to get […]

Travelling with Daron Bandeira

Travelling with Daron Bandeira

Seychelles /

We love our traveling community here at Visiter l’Afrique and love introducing you all to each other even more! Meet Daron Bandeira, co-founder of Afrobougee, photographer and world travel enthusiast!   So tell us a bit about yourself.   My name is Daron Bandera and I’m a lifestyle and travel photographer based in Ghana. I’m originally […]

Saint-Louis Island, A UNESCO World Heritage Site

Saint-Louis Island, A UNESCO World Heritage Site

Senegal /

Saint-Louis was, up until 1957, the capital city of Senegal and Mauritania. This historic city was highly influential in the fields of education, culture, crafts and services. Its distinct architecture, from the ornate balconied homes of the beautiful Signares to the rare Portuguese courtyarded  homes, lends to the charm of the island.   In 2000, Saint […]

In Abuja with Amira

In Abuja with Amira

Nigeria /

We love our traveling community here at Visiter l’Afrique and love introducing you all to each other even more. Meet  Amira and let her take you around Abuja!   So tell us a bit about yourself.   My name is Amira, and I love to eat. It’s really that simple. I also love to travel. I blog […]

In Lomé with Francesca

In Lomé with Francesca

Togo /

We love our traveling community here at Visiter l’Afrique and love introducing you all to each other even more! Meet Francesca and discover Lomé through her eyes!   So tell us a bit about yourself.   Well my name is Francesca, I am 24 years old. I’m from Italy and Benin. I was born in Cotonou, […]

Book Launch: They Call it Africa, We Call It Home

Book Launch: They Call it Africa, We Call It Home

Central Africa / East Africa / North Africa / Southern Africa / West Africa /

After three years of collecting tales of travel from all corners of the African continent, VisiterlAfrique.com is releasing its first book: “They call it Africa, we call it Home”.   This book is an extension of the collaborative digital platform that Visiter l’Afrique has become. We invite to discover a vibrant Africa through the arts, […]

In Goma with Pascale

In Goma with Pascale

DRC /

We love our traveling community here at Visiter l’Afrique and love introducing you all to each other even more! Meet Pascale, check out her Instagram and enjoy her current pitstop!   So where are you now?   Goma, DRC   Cool places to grab a bite?    Restaurant Maghali Fan Club, Chez Maman Léontine – This restaurant is […]

The Niokolo Koba National Park, A UNESCO World Heritage site

The Niokolo Koba National Park, A UNESCO World Heritage site

Senegal /

The Niokolo Koba National Park is a prime attraction in the Fouta Djallon highlands of Guinea-Conakry. The Gambia River travels 200km across the park, its tributaries here being the Koulountou, with its vast floodplain that holds water all year round, and the Niokolo-Koba which dries up gradually in the dry season. River water is the […]