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Morocco – Travel Guide

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The Kingdom of Morocco, or simply Morocco, belongs to the Maghreb region of North Africa. Just across the strait of Gibraltar, Morocco is characterized by rugged mountains and huge-sized deserts. This country is mostly composed of Arabs and Berbers, and a little population of Hispanic descent. Morocco is beautiful by nature and its tourism focuses more on the country’s coast. Its history and culture are also inviting factors, and all these combined, Morocco attracts millions of visitors all over the ... Read More »

Marrakech, Morocco – Travel Guide

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Marrakech is a captivating city found in the northwest side of Morocco, north of the foothills of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains. It is proud to be included in the Four Imperial Cities of Morocco alongside Casablanca, Fes and Rabat. Like most of the Moroccan cities, Marrakech has a feel of an old fortified city packed with colorful stalls. Morroco’s largest traditional Berber market, or souk, is found here, that is why tourists never dare to miss the city.  With a ... Read More »

Valley of the Kings , Egypt – Tourist Attractions

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Valley of the Kings or gates of the kings refers to an archaeological locality in Egypt located in West Bank, Luxor. It among the most remarkable and most visited world archaeological destinations. Most of Pharaohs of Egypt are buried here. Tombs found within this valley are numbered KV are there are several of them like Tomb of Tutankhamun- KV62. Various groups of people have been undertaking archaeological excavations within the valley. Recently, American University of Cairo excavated the tomb of ... Read More »

La Digue, Seychelles – Travel Guide

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La Digue is just a small island found in the Seychelles. Compared to most of the other islands in the country, La Digue boasts of ease of accessibility that makes it a top priority for most tourists visiting Seychelles. However, even though there are ample tourist facilities and a wide range of accommodation options, it still a little quieter compared to other islands like Mahe. The island is none the less very picturesque and attractive in many ways. L’ Anse ... Read More »

Maasai Mara, Kenya – Travel guide

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Masai Mara is a National Reserve located in the south western parts of Kenya.  Administered by local county council, Masai Mara belongs to the famous Maasai people and it is one of the most visited national reserves in Africa, largely because of the popular annual wildebeest migration. The reserve hosts thousands of local and international tourists per year. The major attractions here are the different birdlife and wildlife species. It is one of the reserves that have a large number ... Read More »

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe – Travel guide

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Located near Botswana and bordering Livingstone, Zambia, Victoria Falls town is one of the hottest tourist destinations in Zimbabwe. Victoria Falls is a popular destination for tourists especially the sightseers and adventure seekers. It offers plenty of many opportunities that will warrant you to stay here for a much longer time than you had initially planned. As package tour operators in Zimbabwe increasing add back Victoria Falls to their tour itineraries, the number of tourists visiting the falls has incredibly ... Read More »

Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt – Travel guide

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Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt is a famous resort and port town located at the southern parts of Sinai Peninsula. It is a very popular destination for both divers and package holiday makers. In a typical day, Sharm El Sheikh hosts over 9, 000 British visitors. The locals and regular visitors call Sharm El Sheikh ‘City of Peace’. This is in reference to the dozens of peace conferences held in the City. It is one of the most treasured cities ... Read More »

Abu Simbel, Egypt – Travel guide

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In early 1960s, UNESCO undertook a massive archaeological plan to rescue Abu Simbel from being swallowed by the increasing waters of L. Nasser just behind Aswan Dam. A major tourist attraction in Abu Simbel is the temples complex built in commemoration of Pharaoh Ramsis. Rather than this, the little town has nothing much to boast in terms of tourism and only attracts a handful number of tourists. Even though there are five major hotels where tourists can have a great ... Read More »

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