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    Kololi: Resort Town and the Smiling Coast of The Gambia

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    Located South of Banjul, Kololi the resort town and the smiling coast of the Gambia is relatively one of the…

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    Koriteh: The Feast After the Fast, Gambia

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    Some of the most elaborate and colorful festivals are often tied around religion, or religious activities. As it were, such…

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    Recipe Wedenesday – Olele, Gambia

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    Happy Wednesday everyone. Hope you’ve had a good start to your week so far? Here at Afro Tourism, we sure…

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    Get it Right at Kololi

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    Kololi is a resort town where tourists are spoilt with fun. There are countless restaurants selling every kind of cuisine;…

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    Gambia’s Best Local Food and Cuisine

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    The quality and diversity of the cuisine available is just one of the many reasons why people return to the…

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    City Icon: Serge Bambara, Ouagadougou

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    “Let’s dare invent our future.” – Thomas Sankara (Dec. 21, 1949–Oct. 15, 1987) Hip hop artist, actor and political activist,…

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    DEATH OF A HUNTER: Ode to Cecil, the Zimbabwean Lion!

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    At the famous Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe, he was a major attraction strutting the area with feline pride, or…

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    Recipe Wednesday: Ragout d’ Ingame

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    Ouagadougou is the capital of Burkina faso, a landlocked West African country. Food in Burkina Faso is largely based in…

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    FESPACO : A Tale from Ouagadougou

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    The Game Burkina Faso was not among African leading footballing nations, until it almost shocked the world at the grand…

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    Ouagadougou: The Power of Songs

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    Words weaved together with rhymes and beats produce music. Music feeds the soul! When it goes to parties, it makes…

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    Safety Tips While in Hurghada

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    Visiting new sites, meeting new people and tapping into knowledge far away from your area is worth an investment. The…

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    SHAM EL-NESSIM: Sniffing the Breeze

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    Festivals are always happy events. They are often a reminder of a people’s heritage and tradition, and a celebration of…

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    City Icon : Omar Sharif (Doctor Zhivago)

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    “In these times, when we’re living with conflicts all over the place, I thought it would be nice to make…

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    Recipe Wednesday: Hawawshi

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    Happy Eid – el – Fitr to all our Muslim family. Hope you had a happy feasting to celebrate the…

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    HOLIDAY ON A BACKPACKER’S BUDGET IN HURGHADA

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    “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page”. Although holidays are times to…

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    Best 5 Hotels to Stay In Kasane

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    The small but beautiful Kasane is one of Botswana’s most visited tourist destinations. This bustling confluence town is domiciled just…

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    UNESCO World Heritage Site: Okavango Delta, Botswana

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    “All rivers run into the sea…” that is the natural course. However, the Okavango River is referred to as “the…

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    City Icon: Mpule Keneilwe Kwelagobe (Miss Universe 1999)

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    In 1999, 19-year old beauty queen from Botswana, Mpule Kwelagobe was crowned Miss Universe to become the first African-born Black…

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    Recipe Wednesday: Botswana Beef – Seswaa with Sadza

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    Botswana is a country in the southern part of Africa, famed for its natural reserves of the big 5, boutique…

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    Volunteer Vacation: Doing things differently in Kasane

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    Whenever a holiday approaches, I always look forward to a wonderful time out. To me, my holiday is when I…

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    Walking Safari in the Okavango Delta

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    Most river deltas flow into an open sea not so with the Okavango River. This river empties onto an open…

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    The Secret of Kasane

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    I love to tell people that you don’t go to Kasane because it is touristic, rather, Kasane is touristic because…

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    5 Irresistible Reasons to Vacation in Comoros this summer

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    How do you describe a collection of beautiful islands with untamed natural beauty? Gorgeous? Beautiful? Stunning?… Yes!!! Stunning it is.…

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    N’GOMA GNOMBÉ YA: Bullfighting In Africa

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    Located in the Indian Ocean at the northern end the Mozambique Channel between northeastern Mozambique and northwestern Madagascar, Comoros is…

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