One of our favorite spot in Marrakech : Cafe Clock

One of our favorite spot in Marrakech : Cafe Clock

Morocco / The editorial choices /

This was our favorite spot last week, when we went to Marrakech. The place is not far from the well known place ” Les jardins de la Médina“. Cafe Clock Marrakech builds upon the success of its predecessor to create a cross-cultural zone in the heart of the Marrakech Kasbah. Cafe Clock is a space […]

The Musée Yves Saint Laurent

The Musée Yves Saint Laurent

Morocco / Zoom on… /

Fans of the famed french designer can now visit the Musée Yves Saint Laurent Marrakesh and be privy to the treasure trove that is the collection of his creative work throughout his illustrious career.   Designed by the french architectural firm Studio KO and located by the ever popular Jardin Majorelle, the museum covers an area of 4000m² and […]

“Crafting Windhoek”

“Crafting Windhoek”

ambassadors / Namibia /

For my first article as the Namibian brand ambassador of Visiter L’Afrique, I thought I would share 1 of my favourite places to visit in Windhoek with you. I am always amused each time I head over to the Old Breweries complex here in Windhoek. It is basically a courtyard/complex featuring various stores.     […]

Get lost along the lake in Rwanda’s wildest corner

Get lost along the lake in Rwanda’s wildest corner

Rwanda /

The Congo Nile Trail is a trail along Lake Kivu that extends from Rubavu, continues through Rutsiro via the Karongi, Nyamasheke districts and ends at Rusizi District. 227 km (141 miles) of beautiful landscapes, including rolling hills and clear water. The entire trek can be completed in a 10- day hike. However, the trip can […]

5 Things to Do in Lagos

5 Things to Do in Lagos

Nigeria /

Nike Art Centre Nike Art Gallery is an art gallery in Lagos owned by Nike Davies-Okundaye. The gallery is arguably the largest of its kind in West Africa. Housed in a five-storey tall building, it boasts a collection of about 8,000 diverse artworks from various Nigerian artists. Lekki Conservation Centre The reserve area which covers […]

A Weekend in Douala with Kenneth

A Weekend in Douala with Kenneth

Cameroon /

We love our traveling community here at Visiter l’Afrique and love introducing you all to each other even more! Meet Kenneth and let him show you how he gets down in Douala.   So tell us a bit about yourself.   My name is Kenneth Fomunung and I fancy myself a global citizen. I’m originally from […]

the national museums of Rwanda

the national museums of Rwanda

Rwanda /

Though the national museum of Rwanda (today’s Ethnographic Museum) was only established in 1989, the country’s network of compelling museums has expanded rapidly since then, and today there are six sites all across the country administered by the Institute of National Museums (www.museum.gov.rw). From ethnography to environment and art to architecture, the national museums of […]

Soiless Farming with Samson

Soiless Farming with Samson

Nigeria /

We love our traveling community here at Visiter l’Afrique and love introducing you all to each other even more! Meet Samson and discover his passion for innovative agriculture!   So tell us a bit about yourself.   I am Samson Ogbole, co-founder PS Nutraceuticals International Limited. I am a firm believer in the agricultural future of […]

The Adaye Kessiè festival is back

The Adaye Kessiè festival is back

Ivory Coast /

Nearly 31 years since the last celebration of the king of the Brong people, the Adaye Kessiè festival is back this year for its second edition. Organized by the luxury travel tour operator Luxe Voyage and the Brong Gyaman NGO, an advocate organization for the preservation of the Brong culture, the festival has gone back […]

The Stone Circles of Senegambia, A UNESCO World Heritage Site

The Stone Circles of Senegambia, A UNESCO World Heritage Site

Senegal /

Spread over a territory of 100 km wide and 350 km in length, these megalithic circles form a cross-border property shared by Senegal and Gambia. Four complexes comprising of 93 circles were inscribed as World Heritage sites in 2006: Sine Ngayène and Wanar in Senegal, and Kerbatch and Wassu in Gambia. These are all located in […]