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We are travelling to Cape Town for a week this November and we are renting a car for driving around.
We have shortlisted 3 acco options. Would be great if we can get some advice on selections.
Camps Bay - cottage near the sea, but very expensive
De waterkant - beautiful apartment, expensive
Sea Point - Room in a villa, very good price
Wanted to check which area would you recommend for views, safety and hangout places. Also, is it worth paying a…
Myself and my girlfriend wish to go to Morocco for 8 days and don't know how best to split up the trip.
We definitely want to do 3 days in Marrakesh then are unsure whether to do 4-5 in the Atlas or 2 days in Atlas and 2-3 days in Essouaria.
we would rather spend less time on the road and have a most romantic trip with good opportunities to relax, massage and great scenery...although happy to hike in the Atlas Mts
any recommendations on what best to do - please advise?
How to travel around?
my friends and I are going to travel in October by car from Senegal - Guinea - Cote d'Ivoire to Ghana. I am wondering if anyone could advise me of the current safety situatiuon in Cote d'Ivoire. We are not planing to spend much time in big cities or turist places since we are more keen on the wildlife and rural areas.
In particular, I would like to learn more about places or regions that are not considered safe or recommended not to go to. How is the safety situation there now?
I was wondering can you use the Baz Bus on 1 single trip i.e Capetown-Storms River or Jeffrey's Bay to Durban?
Storms River- Boulkrans Bridge is 22km. I suppose I could rent a bike to reach there.Does anyone have experience of this area?Or do buses run this route?
Lastly (again Having difficulty finding info) Are buses available between Storms River and Jeffrey's Bay? And buses between Jeffrey's bay and Durban?
The baz bus wouldn't suit my needs as I am only stopping in so few…
For a Belgian television program we are reliving the journey of a 16th century adventurer in Morocco. The journey is the following:
Sebta - Tetouan - Chefchaouen - Bab Taza - Fes el Bali - Ourtzah - Fes.
I was wondering if it is possible to do this route by foot. Are the roads safe? Is there a lot of traffic? Can it be done without a guide? ...
Any informations, tips and advice is welcome!
Hi we are Laurens and Julie, a young couple (25 &28) from Belgium. We are planning to make a budget safari from Arusha end October, beginning of November. We would love to do a 4 or 5 day safari(our idea is to go to lake manyara, serengeti and ngorongoro starting from 31/10 or 1/11. But we are open to other suggestions. We didn’t book anything yet. We would either love to join another group or we are looking for people, 2 or 3, to book together and share the costs.
If you are interested or want…