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Let's quickly introduce ourselves first. We are a Belgian couple who drove an old Land Rover Defender all around Africa, passing 35 countries in 15 months and 69.181kms. That was in 2012-2013. Three years later, we have two kids (actually 1 son of 2 years old and another one who was just born last week) and ever since we left the African continent, we have been dreaming of going back. So now we have 3 months of maternity leave, it seems to be the perfect time to go back where we left Africa and…
On a whim, I bought a ticket to Morocco, knowing very little about it.
I'll be arriving and departing from Casa Oct 25-Nov9.
I'm an experienced solo traveler on a tight budget.
Not really interested in cities that much, but of course will have to visit Fez and Marrakesh.
Interested in food, nature, and meeting the locals.
Got any ideas for out of the way / quirky places I should make the effort to see?
Are you going to be in Morocco in the same time, and looking for a travel…
We are renting a car and plan on driving from Durban to East London and Port Elizabeth along the Garden Route and ending up in Cape Town.
However, a friend recently told me that parts of that road are not safe and should not be driven Can anyone shed light on this advice?
Which parts are unsafe and is there another way we can go? We want to drive the Garden Route and need to end up in Cape Town ( and are not attached to being in PE or EL).
Thanks for any suggestions you may have.
Hello all! I've now finished my safari (sad face) and am in Moshi. Here is a review I wrote of my week with AAA Express Adventure. I hope you will find it useful. I had a wonderful week and saw as many elephants as I had been hoping for (a LOT)!
Review of AAA Express Adventure Ltd, August 2016
I booked my safari with AAA Express Adventure Ltd after spending many confused hours here in the Thorn Tree and on TripAdvisor trying to decipher real travellers from online touts or the “my friend has a…
Hello, i would like to visit to Tanzania Dar es Salaam. i will be visiting end of October 2016 and i would like to know the cost of accommodation, transport from Zambia Lusaka. i will be looking forward to enjoy my visit and how do i get to find tour guides to show me around who speak english fluently together with their fees
we are thinking about visiting Cameroon with this plan:
- Arrive in Douala
- To Bangem
- Walk to Twin Crater Lake
- To Kumba - walk to Barombi Crater Lake
- To Limbe
- Rainforest and mangrove trail in Limbe
- Wildlife center
- To Douala
- Depart Douala.
Is this feasible or is it too much driving? We travel with public transport.
Q: Any advice on nice places to stay in or near Limbe? Can we go straight frim Limbe to the airport?
We will be arriving in Tana the 24th of September (Saturday, very early in the morning), and were hoping to catch a flight to Sambava that same day (10 hours after arrival of our incoming flight). Is it necessary to book this in advance, or are the flights generally not fully booked?
Also, I have come across some information that domestic flights with Madagascar Airlines are discounted if you also booked the international flight with them (but only if you book the domestic flight…
I'm Thomas (34, educational trainer) and will be in Rwanda from sep 16th.
Right now my only plan is to stay for a few days in Kigali and go gorilla trekking in the last week of sep - also staying a few days in volcanoes np.
However: I thought about heading to kivu, the east and south in between and after volcanoes.
Is there anyone traveling Rwanda, too?