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Do you know something about travvelling in Gibon, west africa? A friend of mine is living there and said the country is sooo beautiful. Never thought about this country. Now i think about it to go there. What do you mean? Is it worth? is it "safe"? thank you..
Hi there, I know nature holds no guarantees but as I want to maximize my chances of seeing wild Gorillas in Cameroon, does anybody know where in the country holds the best chance of seeing them? I've read about the habituated group in Campo Ma'am, would that it? Has anyone heard about the progress they've made in Gorilla habitation in that park? Thanks in advance!
I need help. I am a budget hiker. I am interested in hiking in Kiliminjar and Meru regions. I can stay in hostels (which I prefer) and want to do some adventure. My goal is to explore, climb Mery and Kiliminjaro as well as get a glimpse of african wildlife. I have good amount of time at my disposal and would like to see if I can get a guide or a some other way I can do this. Please help me. Any pointers will be great. Also, I am pretty flexible and would like to time it so that it is not…
Officially it seems we need yellow fever (have that), small pox (not available and I have never been in the military) and cholera (hard to get).
Is anyone going to ask for these - both at immigration and at the point of departure airport for the flight to Malabo?
Just read the the following on a website. Anyone got any contact details of companies who arrange such trips and what the cost is?
N’Fiss River: A family friendly day trip from Marrakech, but one that’s guaranteed to get the heart beating a little faster. The rafting takes place over 20km of the N’Fiss River and is a great way to get a glimpse of Berber mountain life.
I am interested in visiting some youth and community projects in Marrakech between Wednesday 7th June and Friday 9th June. Is anyone able to provide details of some projects and if we would be welcome to visit.
We are two English guys, former youth & community workers in London, but interested in non-tourist places to visit to learn more about current day Marrakech.
My partner and I are arriving in Katima Mulilo on the 3rd June. Can anyone suggest a shuttle transfer or bus from here to Kasane?
Alternatively if anyone has space in their car for two we would be more than willing to share costs.