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Visiting West Africa: A Month-by Month Guide of Exciting Things to Do and See

Posted by on Jun 22, 2017 in Articles, Blog Articles | 0 comments

Visiting West Africa: A Month-by Month Guide of Exciting Things to Do and See

Want to visit West Africa but not sure when’s the best time to go? The good news is that there’s always something interesting to see, something fascinating to do, and pleasant weather someplace no matter the time of the year. To help you decide the right time for you, we’ve created a month-by-month guide of the most exciting things to do every month of the year. So check your schedule, pick a date, and get started planning the West African tour of a lifetime!   January – Ring in the New Year at the Ouidah Voodoo Festival in...

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12 Cultural Experiences to Stir Your Soul in West Africa

Posted by on May 15, 2017 in Blog Articles | 0 comments

12 Cultural Experiences to Stir Your Soul in West Africa

Travel can relax you, amaze you, excite you—even educate you. But the best travel experiences are the ones that move beyond the surface and touch you in the depth of your soul. The ones that change your mind, change your heart, leave you more aware of the world than you were before. If that’s the type of experience you’re looking for, West Africa is the destination for you. Check out these cultural experiences to stir your soul in some of the world’s most interesting and unusual destinations.   1. Learn the shocking stories of...

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10 Ways Travelling to Africa Makes You More Attractive

Posted by on Apr 24, 2017 in Blog Articles | 0 comments

10 Ways Travelling to Africa Makes You More Attractive

If you thought the best reasons to travel were to enrich your life and develop a sense of adventure, think again. A study by an international travel company in Australia revealed that people who travel are perceived as more attractive than their home-body counterparts. A whopping 72% of study respondents said that they would be more interested in dating someone who traveled frequently—and over half said they had met someone special while on vacation. So, if you’re looking for reasons to visit Africa this year, look no further. Here are...

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Why Ghana Is the Perfect Destination for 50+ Travelers

Posted by on Dec 5, 2016 in Articles | 0 comments

Why Ghana Is the Perfect Destination for 50+ Travelers

  Life can be pretty wonderful for a 50+ empty-nester—more time to spend doing things you enjoy, more freedom to take life at your own pace, more money to spend on things that matter to you. That’s probably why so many people in this group make bucket-list travel a priority. Paris, London, Berlin…the world is truly your oyster. But why not break out of the everyone-else-is-going-there-so-I-should-too rut and consider something completely new and unique? A place where travel is more than just leisure and pampering yourself...

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Preparing For The Ultimate Tourist Experience: The African Safari

Posted by on Sep 7, 2016 in Articles | 0 comments

Preparing For The Ultimate Tourist Experience: The African Safari

Imagine yourself in the heart of the Kenyan bush. You have just been woken up by your family at daybreak because it’s time to head out. You are surrounded by deadly animals, but thankfully your group’s tents have been watched overnight by professionally trained guards. Lions, snakes and elephants are not exactly keen on having strange creatures disturb their natural environment, so every safety precaution must be studied and rigidly followed. But the benefits outweigh the risks! African Safaris provide immerse you and provide you a...

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Chale Wote Street Festival in James Town, Accra, Ghana

Posted by on Aug 26, 2016 in Articles | Comments Off on Chale Wote Street Festival in James Town, Accra, Ghana

Chale Wote Street Festival in James Town, Accra, Ghana

James Town, a coastal suburb of Accra though not well known to foreigners or even to some Ghanaians, is one of the more vibrant and creative neighborhoods in Greater Accra. You have not experienced the full diversity of Greater Accra until you have spent at least a few hours in this community which has always been hiding in plain sight, and has modestly but honestly claims of some of Ghana’s most accomplished citizens including a former mayor of Accra, a former Chief of Ghana Armed Forces and one of Africa’s most accomplished Christian...

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On Kenya Safari- Jot Nature in Diary and Memory Lane!

Posted by on May 25, 2016 in Articles | 0 comments

On Kenya Safari- Jot Nature in Diary and Memory Lane!

Luxury is among the words which could be explaining anything than wildlife. In contrast to this very popular idea, Kenya is supposed to be the place where the Nature is in itself a splurge, marking its exotic presence to the extent of bewilderment. Kenya safari tours are just the journey that will allow you time to make acquaintance with nature in this manner. Students and wildlife conservationists usually have a great time in exploring the nooks and corners of Kenyan Jungles and the life of its fauna. These people thus learn to love the...

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Have The Adventure Of A Lifetime Working At A Ski Resort

Posted by on May 13, 2016 in Articles | 0 comments

Have The Adventure Of A Lifetime Working At A Ski Resort

People always tell you that you’re only young once, but you don’t fully understand what they mean until you’re old and you look back over your life. It’s the things you choose to do right now that will shape your destiny. If you don’t have a family of your own there is still time to do something you will never forget. One amazing adventure you might love is going away to work in a ski resort for a full season. We can look at some of the reasons why you’ll cherish the memories forever. Amazing...

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Everest And The Great Pretenders

Posted by on May 5, 2016 in Articles | 0 comments

In amongst articles predicting nuclear holocaust and/or an attack on Iran I found a dusty old traveling article on the BBC website. It grappled with the morality of sending budding amateurs to the top of the highest mountain in the world (sometimes to their death) for $50,000 or so a pop. My trip to the top I hit land and hiked to Everest Base Camp over New Years 2012 stashing the obligatory bottle of Champaign in my bag. It seemed consistent with the supplies of the early explorers, although not quite to the same lavish scale. The1922 British...

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Three… Two… One… Lift Off… And Stretch!

Posted by on Apr 30, 2016 in Articles | 0 comments

Three… Two… One… Lift Off… And Stretch!

We all know how uncomfortable flying can make us. Being trapped in a tiny chair with limited legroom for hours on end is a recipe for all sorts of trouble. The discomfort can lead to people starting their trip with cramps and stiffness. Then there is the threat of DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis) which is a blot clot that can cause severe illness. It’s just not good for you to sit in the same position for too long without moving. Stretching is your saviour! It stimulates blood circulation and it relieves the pain of muscle cramps and...

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