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Tips for Solo Female Travellers in Morocco

The North African country of Morocco is a beautiful land, filled with splendid landscapes, interesting cultures and traditions, and delicious food. A strongly Islamic country, the two main ethnic groups are Arab and Berber. The main language is Arabic, though French is widely spoken too, a throwback from colonial times, and English as well-understood in […]

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5 Highlights of Splendid Morocco

North Africa’s Morocco is home to a fabulous array of things to see and do. Whether you’re into history, culture, adventure, shopping, nature, or relaxation, you’re sure to find something that is right up your street. Wander through kasbahs (ancient citadels), chill out on glorious beaches, explore aromatic spice markets, venture into the desert, discover […]

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Staying Safe in The Gambia

The West African country of The Gambia is the smallest country in Africa. It is being seen more and more as an exotic holiday destination, and has a lot to offer for visitors. You can enjoy nice beaches, see native wildlife in a natural setting, visit cultural attractions, see historic places related to days of […]

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A Long Weekend in Marrakech

Morocco’s Marrakech is an exotic and tantalizing city like no other. You can hit the highlights of this hypnotizing and mesmerizing place with a long weekend in Marrakech. There are plenty of things to discover in the old walled city, and you can sleep in an elegant and old riad for an even more magical […]

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Staying Safe in Cape Town

The Townships are the areas where black people were forced to live during the days of segregation throughout the apartheid period. A visit to the Townships is a good way to learn about apartheid, the mixed cultural make up of Cape Town, and the poverty that many people still have to ensure today. Some Townships, […]

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