About Swahili Food

Swahili is usually a word referring to a culture and a language of south-eastern Africa, including Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and some regions of South Africa. Swahili, to be exact, is much more. But it is especially this south-eastern coast that shows this culture's soul so much. Food as well, of course. Most tourists know - [...]
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“W of the Niger” a transfrontier National Park

  Yes, you did understand it right. That IS the name of the park, just like that: W of the Niger. "W" the letter itself. This comes from the particular itinerary that river Niger creates as it flows through Niger, Benin and Burkina Faso states, shaped as a "W", in fact. It stretches over 10.000 [...]
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Kaboré Tambi National Park

  As other protected reserves of Burkina Faso, Kaboré Tambi National Park was established in the 1930s according to the French laws of the time. Then became a National Reserve and a National Park after the independence. In 1976 the park was opened with the name of  Pô National Park. It changed into Kaboré Tambi [...]
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Backpackers in Africa. Why, when, how.

  Independent, free, wild. Backpacking is the best way to travel, especially if you want to take your time in order to know a place. Backpackers in Africa are welcome, they are the most appropriate type of tourist for the territory. No one knows and loves traveling more than Africans themselves: the word "safari" means [...]
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New railway line Dar Es Salaam-Moshi

  Tanzania has been working for tourism for 50 years, now. Its wonderful wild National Parks, its stunning coast, its islands are the most popular destinations for those who come to Africa looking for nature and emotions. The reference cities and villages also are part of this touristic plan and are slowly changing. Places like [...]
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