Aptly situated in South Africa, The Rainbow Nation, Cape Town is a vibrant city that is just brimming to the neck with excitement! Take a leisurely stroll around the streets of Bo-Kaap and indulge in the diverse colors and cultures that make up the city. The city boasts of heavenly sceneries, beaches and iconic attractions that will create the best memories for you during your travel journey. There’s something for everyone around here!
Egypt, the land where kings and queens once ruled, is a country that is a must if you are wishing to explore cultures across the world and what better place to start than Egypt’s capital, Cairo! Millions of tourists travel to Cairo in order to bask in what this city holds. Visiting the infamous Egyptian pyramids and the Sphinx of Giza is a must and take a trip down to The Nile River, and feel the experience yourself.
The city of Casablanca in Morocco is reminiscent that of a fairy tale, what with the most enchantingly delicate detailing of the art deco tradition in the city. It is difficult to not notice the city’s art scene blossoming, from the remarkable street art to the Villa des Arts that is popular amongst the contemporary art lovers. When in Casablanca, you need to visit The Corniche, famous for the sea view that you can enjoy while taking a stroll.
Morocco’s Red City is none other than Marrakesh, named for the tall red walls that surround the old medina. This captivating city showcases its magic in its traditional architecture and historical monuments such as the Saadian Tombs and Bahia Palace. Experience art around pretty much in every street corner, what with the detailed art and daring graffiti on walls. If you want to step out of the city, you can visit the gardens and park where you can enjoy nature.
If heaven is a place on earth, it is definitely said by keeping Mombasa in mind and heart. The spirit around Mombasa is that of magic. The atmosphere in this city is intimate while treating you to luxury hospitality. This is the No. 1 destination for those who love a sunny beach vacation, while experience luxury living vibes. Head over to Diani Beach to enjoy a relaxed day by the beach, or indulge in a multicultural food extravaganza while here.
Dar Es Salaam
The water fronted city of Dar Es Salaam is the largest city in Tanzania. This city holds much evidence of its colonized time period until the year 1961 when the country received independence, such as the array of colonial buildings and architecture of the early 20th century. There are many activities Dar Es Salaam offers for the wandering traveler, such as diving along the Jangwani Beach or go on an excursion to the oldest town in Tanzania, the Bagamoyo port.