No visa, No problem: Most visa-open African destinations for African nationals

No visa, No problem: Most visa-open African destinations for African nationals

Benin / Cape Verde / Comoro / Djibouti / Ghana / Guinea Bissau / Madagascar / Maurice / Mauritania / mozambique / Rwanda / Seychelles / Somalia / Togo / Uganda /

If you have an African passport, you already know the hassle of applying for visas to travel almost everywhere. While dreams of a borderless Africa are still far away, some governments are already taking steps to insure smoother travels for africans to their african neighbours. Regional blocks like ECOWAS and SADC allow for relatively free […]

54 before 54: Loriade’s African odyssey

54 before 54: Loriade’s African odyssey

Niger /

We love our traveling community here at Visiter l’Afrique and love introducing you all to each other even more! Here with us today is Loriade, a young woman with a mission to travel to all 54 countries in Africa before she’s 54! Check out her Instagram HERE and enjoy her pit stop in Niamey, Niger!   […]

Ethiopia launches Online visa for 39 countries

Ethiopia launches Online visa for 39 countries

Ethiopia /

Ethiopia government has launched an Online Entry Visa Application and Issuance (E-Visa) for citizens of 39 countries. Ethiopian Airlines said that the policy was launched by Ethiopian Immigration and Nationality Affairs. Of the total, only the citizens of the South Africa are eligible from the African continent, while Kenya and Djibouti are exempted because their […]

UNESCO world heritage sites: Nigeria

UNESCO world heritage sites: Nigeria

Nigeria /

The ‘Giant of Africa” boast 2 UNESCO World heritage sites that are a testaments to its cultural significance to the continent. Come check them out with us!   The Osun-Osogbo Sacred Grove   Established over 400 years ago in Osun state on the outskirts its capital Osogbo, this sacred grove is the largest to have survived the […]

UNESCO world heritage sites: Namibia

UNESCO world heritage sites: Namibia

Namibia /

This nation overlooking the Atlantic ocean is home to 2 UNESCO World heritage sites. From giving insight into the world of our ancestors to allowing us to witness geological rarity, they’re sure to make any trip!   Natural sites   The Namib Sand Sea The Namib Sand Sea is a coastal fog desert on Africa’s South Atlantic coast […]

UNESCO world heritage sites: Zimbabwe

UNESCO world heritage sites: Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe /

This landlocked country southern Africa counts 5 sites on the UNESCO world heritage list. Come check them out with us!   Natural sites 1. Victoria Falls/Mosi-oa-Tunya The Mosi-oa-Tunya/Victoria Falls is the world’s greatest sheet of falling water. Its exceptional geological and geomorphological features and active land formation processes with outstanding beauty attributed to the falls […]

5 things to do in Sao Tome and Principe

5 things to do in Sao Tome and Principe

São Tomé and Príncipe /

Sao Tome Town The town of Sao Tome is picturesque, with colonial Portuguese architecture. Several cathedrals dot a mostly two-story-high skyline of pastel-colored colonial-era buildings with arched windows and ornate balconies. Wide boulevards wind along the waterside, past black rock outcroppings and sandy bays.   Founded by Portuguese in 1485, São Tomé is the capital […]

3 Things to do in Botswana

3 Things to do in Botswana

Botswana / Southern Africa /

Mokoro Ride in Okavango Delta The Mokoro is a common type of canoe used to get around in the shallow waters of the Okavango Delta. The oarsman stands in the stern and pushes it with the pole. Traditionally Mokoros are made from dug out trunks of a large straight trees, like ebony, and kigelia and […]

I felt in love with Saint-Louis at first sight

I felt in love with Saint-Louis at first sight

Senegal / West Africa /

St Louis, or Ndar as it is known in Wolof, was founded in the 17th century as a French colonial settlement, and is one of the oldest cities created by Europeans on the west coast of Africa. Its’ incredible history as the capital of Senegal until 1957 is part of what led to its’ inscription […]

Where Kenya lacks in wine, She excels in tea

Where Kenya lacks in wine, She excels in tea

Kenya /

In recent years I happened to somehow…somewhere picked up a taste and appreciation for a good cup of tea like never before, black tea, white tea, green tea heck any colour of tea you name it I have either tasted it or probably about to taste it. Perhaps it was the moving away from home […]