Posts tagged with ‘Afro Tourism’

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    Blantyre Arts Festival (BAF): Promoting Malawian Arts and Culture

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    Festivals are events engaged in by a people as an expressions of their arts, culture, tradition, and sometimes religious beliefs.…

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    INTRODUCING TONI

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    Afro Tourism© West Africa Ltd, wishes to announce the appointment of Mr. Anthony Ukachukwu as the company’s new CEO. A…

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    City Icon- Dr. Vera Chirwa: The Fearless Fighter!

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    “With what is happening, I will keep on fighting for the people.” – Dr. Vera Mlangazua Chirwa Octogenarian Dr. Vera…

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    Chichiri Museum: The Secret Place of Malawian Uniqueness

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    It bears not much semblance with the Scottish birth place of Dr. David Livingstone after which it was named, nevertheless,…

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    A Tour of Blantyre

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    Malawi is known for its vibrant and colourful cities. Tourists, because of the welcoming and friendly local people, popularly refer…

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    Explore Mauritius – Africa’s Most Beautiful Island!

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    It will pass as Africa’s Hawaii; however, it is a destination that, while similar to other islands, is peerless amongst…

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    25 Adventure Sites in Africa

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    Don’t just jump at every holiday offer; to help you prepare for your 2016 holiday trips and travel, here are…

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    Festival: Auto De Floripes (Sao Tome and Principe)

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    Discovered in 1475, the exotic São Toméan archipelago stands out as a beautiful and enchanting tropical paradise in the Atlantic…

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    City Icon: Alda Neves da Graça do Espírito Santo – Sao Tome

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    Alda Neves da Graça do Espírito Santo (1926-2010) “Working, struggling, struggling and conquering, We go ahead with giant steps In…

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    Recipe Wednesday: Sonhos de Banana (Banana dreams) Sao Tome & Principe

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    Hi folks! It’s another recipe Wednesday and we are here to serve you with another tasty recipe from another fantastic location…

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    Sao Tome and Principe: Where Emerald Rainforest and the Atlantic Create Seductive Scenery

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    Sao Tome and Principe! I can almost hear you say where is that? That question goes with the name. Checked…

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    ‘Don’t Call Me Toby’: My Experience in Gambia’s Slave Coast

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    During the black history month, I grabbed Alex Haley’s novel “Roots: The Saga of an American Family,” read it and…

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    Seven Options for a Weekend Holiday in Ghana

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    Recipe Wednesday: Gboma Dessi – Lome

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    Hi folks, it’s another Wednesday, another recipe. We do hope you have been trying out dishes for yourselves. Let us…

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    Bucket List Buster: Unbeatable Boat Cruise between Luxor and Aswan

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    If you have ever been to Egypt and had plenty of time to dive into the amazing experiences the country…

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    City Icon: Luxor (Ancient Thebes), Egypt

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    Regarded as the world’s greatest open-air museum, the city of Luxor – one of Egypt’s leading tourist attractions – is…

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    My Day at Karnak Temple

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    This account of my day at Karnak temple will begin with what I’ll be doing this Easter. Yes, this Easter…

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    PORT HARCOURT BANTABA 2017: Opening Nigeria’s South-South to the World

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    The maiden edition of the Port Harcourt Bantaba took place in the Garden City of Port Harcourt, Nigeria on the…

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    My Day at Luxor: Temple, Museum and City

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    “Did you get to Luxor Temple too?” Ibrahim, my new friend in Luxor asked. “No, maybe I will do so…

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    Festival: Harare International Festival of the Arts

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    “The Harare International Festival of the Arts is probably the best organized festival in the sub-continent and one of the…

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    Recipe Wednesday: Harare Traditional Guru and Muriwo

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    Hi guys and welcome to another recipe Wednesday. I do hope you have enjoyed our recipes so far. Do leave…

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    Snippet of my Wonderful Experience in Harare

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    With many friends in Harare, I can safely call the city my home. Not that I have stayed there for…

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    Packing for a Trip to Ghana

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    If you wish to visit West Africa and you are wondering where to go, a trip to Ghana will be…

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    City Icon: Cape Coast Castle, Ghana

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    About forty slave castles, trading posts and forts were built in Ghana, but the biggest of them is the Cape…

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