Africa is considered by many scientists to be the oldest inhabited land on Earth, with us humans originating from this part of the world. For many Africa has the reputation of being a safari destination, but we can tell you that it is so much more, with so many places unexplored. We want to show you a different side of the coin, a side that is unique, authentic and off the tourist trail.


Read our latest blog posts about traveling in Africa full of insider travel tips and off the beaten path places to visit and things to do.

View on Mount Kilimanjaro

9 Stunning Pictures of Amboseli National Park

Amboseli national park is an approximate of 4 to 5 and a half hours drive from Nairobi if you use the kawaida root (Google maps) … Read more

A Life Changing Travel Experience By Former Street Kids

The beauty of traveling is to be in places that kick you out of your comfort zone. To do things you normally would not do. … Read more

The Mzima Springs Kenya

A Hidden Gem in Kenya That Brings You Close To Wildlife

I recently went to a place in Tsavo National Park that brings you close to wildlife without paying tons of money. It’s called Mzima Springs … Read more


With 54 countries calling this continent home, Africa features an incredible collection of magnificent landscapes, fascinating cultures, delicious food, and much, much more. With the Atlas Mountains in Morocco, the Great Pyramids of Egypt, the vast Savannahs in Kenya and Tanzania, dense jungles of the Congo, colossal sand dunes in Namibia, and the gastronomic life in South Africa, there is so much waiting to be discovered in this part of the world. Join us as we share some of our favorite hidden gems and unique travel experiences from around Africa!


Are you planning your trip to Africa soon? Then check out our Africa travel tips to answer any questions you have on what you need to pack, how to apply for the right visa, staying up to date on the latest vaccinations, and more!

While most countries in southern Africa are well developed and completely safe for tourism – as long as you don't stray into townships, or walk around at night by yourself (which is obviously silly) – some central and northern African countries are a little more complicated or politically unstable.

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