African Travel Guide

Eco-Tourism and travel information when traveling to Africa for all countries.
  • Botswana
    Africa eco-tourism
    When international delegates met in Quebec in May for the largest-ever gathering of players in the eco-tourism industry, Africa's representatives could hold their heads high. Although often critic
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  • Botswana Travel Guide
    About 85% of Botswana is made up by the Kalahari Desert of which part is a wilderness and not a desert. The sands are largely covered in grasses which support some of the largest herds
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  • Egypt eco-tourism
    Towns and resorts such as Hurghada and Sharm el Sheikh are the major focus of investment, with both government and World Bank support, but mass tourism threatens to ruin Egypt's unique heritage
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  • Ghana eco-tourism
    Eco-Tourism needn't only support leisure tourism. Voluteer researchers are playing an important role in eco-tourism projects throughout Africa. One beneficiary is the Wechiau Community Hippo Sanctu
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  • Ghana is an inexpensive destination for wildlife enthusiasts
    Ghana Travel
    Accra, the capitol of Ghana has managed to escape the overblown fate of many other world capitals. Though it was once a major center of the gold and slave trade for four different empires, its
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  • Situated off the southeast coast of Africa
    Madagascar Travel
    Situated off the southeast coast of Africa, Madagascar is the fourth largest island in the world. It is separated from the coast of Africa by the Mozambique Channel, the shortest distance between
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  • Malawi Travel Guide
    Malawi lies in the Great African Rift Valley system. Lake Malawi, 360 miles long and about 1, 500 ft above sea level, Lake Malawi is the county's centerpiece. Like an inland sea it has endless palm
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  • Morocco eco-tourism
    Astounded by the biodiversity, in particular by the argan forest. The argan is an endemic tree which survives in an area which would otherwise be desert, providing a livelihood for the Berber peopl
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  • Ait-ben-haddou kasbah High Atlas
    Morocco Travel
    Morocco is in many ways a country apart. It nestles on the northwestern tip of Africa, separated from the rest of the continent by the towering Atlas Mountains and by the Sahara itself. Its climate
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  • Mozambique Guide
    Maputo, the capital city, is situated on the south coast. It is gradually being rebuilt after years of war. Both it and Beira, Mozambique's second largest town, also located on the coast,
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  • Namibia Travel Guide
    Namibia's many parks and game reserves are of two basic types. Some, such as well-known Etosha National Park, are like most southern African parks focused primarily on wildlife. Others, including
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  • South Africa Guide
    South Africa is one of the most geographically varied countries of the African continent, comprising territory that ranges from the rolling, fertile plains of the highveld and the wide open savanna
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  • Tanzania Travel Guide
    Swahili - is the name given not only to East Africa's widespread language but also to some of the people living along the coast.
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  • Travel in All of Africa
    Eco-Tourism: Africa Wide - The Best of the Rest provides a guide to the best eco-tourism companies and places such as Dibangombe Ranch, Adrere Amellal Desert Eco-lodge, Tumani Tenda and Loliondo
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  • Travelling in Cote d'Ivoire: Enjoy relaxing days in that wonderful area.
    Travel in Ivory Coast
    One of the great misconceptions about travel in general is that you need to visit South America for authentic jungle. And one of the great travel myths about Africa in particular is that, broadly
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  • Zambia Travel Guide
    Zambia is one of the most stable and strife free countries in Africa. There has never been a war here and the 73 tribes live in relative peace and harmony. The Wildlife is superb and some of the
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  • Zimbabwe Travel Guide
    Zimbabwe's system of National Parks and Reserves is extensive, well-organized, and notable for the range of safari experiences that are available. Its parks cover a wide variety of environments an
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