Posts in Africa
Why you need to visit Egypt, the Red Sea and Jordan

For embarking on a journey through time and for unravelling the fascination of the land of Pharaohs and lost kings, all you need to do is consider discovering Egypt, the Red Sea and Jordan next winter. The highlights of a trip that will unveil the magnificence of these close by destinations are Cairo, Luxor, the Red Sea islands and resort areas, as well as Aqaba, Petra and Wadi Rum. 

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Ultimate Private Safari at Singita Serengeti House

The slopes of Sasakwa Hill in Tanzania’s western Serengeti are perfectly positioned for uninterrupted views of the grassy plains below, and the huge numbers of game that traverse this pristine wilderness all year round. Perched in this idyllic location is Singita Serengeti House; an exclusive-use retreat that offers family and friends a taste of sophisticated safari living in one of Africa’s most iconic conservation areas.

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72hrs in Fez

Why choose Fez over Marrakech and other bigger cities in Morocco? Fez (Fes) is famous for its ancient walled city, which many compare to the old walled city of Jerusalem. It is the first of the imperial cities of Morocco, as it dates back to the eighth century. The city is also a pioneer within the Muslim cult and has one of the oldest universities in the world. All these firsts make Fez particularly attractive with a lively and influential culture. 

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Archaeological Site of Volubilis - Morocco

The Archaeologicial Site of Volubilis (UNESCO World Heritage) is an ancient Roman city situated in between Meknes and Fez. It is the best preserved and most visited archaeological site in the whole of Morocco. The area was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997. Excavations show that the first inhabitants of the city were the Carthaginians in the third century BC. Later in the year 42 AD, the city was annexed to the Roman Empire. The Roman city once numbered over 20,000 people dedicated mostly to wheat, as the Romans ordered at the time. Volubilis was part of the Roman Empire until the late third century...

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