Africa

Colourful, dynamic and pure

Images of vast, thirsty deserts and wildebeests come to mind. Ride through rugged landscapes, chase the sunset, gaze up to star-filled skies, and take in the natural beauty that surrounds you. Africa has so much to offer and it is a pleasure to travel a relatively unspoilt and unexplored land. The food is pure, the people are friendly and welcoming, and time-honoured customs and traditions, reminiscences of ancestral times, are still very much alive today. Travelling through this part of the world can feel like a journey back in time. Wild Africa has soul and we cannot get enough of it. Welcome to Africa!

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Exploring the beauty of Tanzania

If your hearts beats faster when seeing wildlife and being surrounded by stunning nature, you definitely need to add Tanzania to your bucketlist. Check out this stunning photo series of Lotte from her Safari trip through Tarangire National Park

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Local night out in Grand Bassam

Lisa is travelling overland through West Africa. Other than decribing what not to miss she tells all about the day to day life that is happening to her while she is exploring not so well-known cultures and countries. In this story, she hits the town in Grand Bassam in Ivory Coast..

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Namibia: the road trip of a lifetime

When I studied in South Africa three years ago, I went on a spring break road trip to Namibia with nine friends. Dutchies, Frenchies, Germans and Americans studying in South Africa and going on a trip to Namibia. I don’t think it gets much more international than that! During this trip we took kayaks over the border, cuddled with Cheetahs, …

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The Boys from Khayelitsha – Volunteering in Cape Town

While studying in Cape Town, I was involved in SHAWCO, a non-profit organization that is doing great work for the kids in the various townships around Cape Town. I was teaching and mentoring eight 4th grade boys from the Khayelitsha Township. On the first photo is my buddy Aviwe, one of the brightest and most eager-to-learn kids I have ever …

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