Cabo Verde, No Stress

Cabo Verde, No Stress

Cape Verde /

  Choosing Cabo Verde as my first destination abroad was not at random. Back in the days, I met three Cabo Verdeans during their stay in Morocco. Honestly, it was the first time I heard about it and curiosity just got hold of me so I decided to embark on a solo trip to Cabo […]

Around Lusaka in a Week-end

Around Lusaka in a Week-end

Zambia /

  Lusaka can only be defined as a breath of fresh air, with lush green spaces which surround the city for as far as the eye can see. Thriving ecosystems and conservation measures allow you to have an intimate interaction with wildlife and Zambian culture. My weekend in Lusaka was nothing short of magical. Here […]

Travelling the continent with Eyitemi Popo

Travelling the continent with Eyitemi Popo

Ghana / Kenya /

Meet Temi, founder of Ayiba Magazine and Girls Trip tours ! Follow her on her journey as she travels Africa with a purpose.   So tell us a bit about yourself and Ayiba Magazine.   I’m Nigerian, but I grew up in New York City and now live in Toronto, Canada. I manage Ayiba Magazine and […]

In Ghana with Sierra Nallo

In Ghana with Sierra Nallo

Ghana /

Meet Sierra, visual artist and seasoned traveler. Check her work at www.sierranallo.com and find out how she’s enjoying her current new home!   So tell us a bit about yourself.   I am a photographer from Sierra Leone and England who is currently living in Ghana. Growing up, I lived between Canada and parts of West Africa; […]

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 […]

Tourism in Algeria : World Heritage Sites

Tourism in Algeria : World Heritage Sites

Algeria /

The largest country in the continent of Africa, Algeria has a diverse landscape and lots to offer travellers.  Algeria has many charming cities with winding streets and stunning architecture, Mediterranean coast, lush landscapes and roman ruins to rival anywhere in the world. The main attraction in the country however is the Saharan region where the […]

The TEA BAA in Accra – Collaboration with Air Côte D’ivoire

The TEA BAA in Accra – Collaboration with Air Côte D’ivoire

Ghana / Zoom on… /

I was walking in the streets of the OSU neighborhood when I fell in front of this beautiful yellow facade. A friend told me they have the best iced teas in town (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic). I told myself that I had to test and I was not disappointed. There’s also a small menu of smoothies and […]

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 to Ancient Egypt

Travel to Ancient Egypt

Egypt /

Ancient Egypt grips the imagination, touches the soul and inspires the uninspired. You simply can’t escape over 7000 years of historical influence Ancient Egypt enjoys. The legacy of Ancient Egypt, with names like Ramses, Nefertiti and Tutankhamen and places like the Great Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx echoes in art, literature and popular culture. […]

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 […]