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What to Expect in Free Town?

Go fly to Free Town

Free town is a place highly submerged in the glory of history. History that must be remembered through times, this place is witness to revolutions, milestones of progress and civil war. It is the capital of Sierra Leone in West Africa, best known as the home of many freed black slaves from America and Caribbean and hence the name Free Town.

How is it as a destination?

One of the major tourist attractions here is ‘the cotton tree’, it was around this tree that the freed slaves built their houses when they first came here in the year 1792, there are also numerous churches and mosques which dates back to as old as 1820s. read more

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Travel to Botswana

Take a trip to Botswana

Botswana is a country best known for its peace and tranquility along with the wilderness. The amazing uniqueness of nature can be found in the landscape of Botswana, there are deserts, deltas, savannahs, grasslands and of course wildlife.

The famous African wildlife that you cannot afford to miss, where endangered animals like the African wild dog, blue wildebeest, antelopes, and other mammals and birds are found.

botswana safari camp

The Chobe National Park, is a very sought after tourist destination – it has the world’s largest concentration of African elephants. This park, spread over 11,000 km has over 360 species of birds. Moreover there are specialised sanctuaries for different species of animals as well as birds like the Khama Rhino Sanctuary famous for their rhinoceros and Makgadikgadi Sanctuary famous for their flamingos. So if you love the sound of nature and nned complete isolation along with the excitement of adventure you cannot afford to miss it. read more

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Places to Visit in Cape Town during Spring

Cape Town – Nothing mirrors the promise of spring like Mother Nature’s own floral explosion as the Cape’s wild flowers burst into colour each spring.

In Cape Town, highway verges, road islands and green parks show off their own seasonal signals with arum lilies, disas and daisies.

Spring begins March 20. From a day out to a weekend trip or extended stay; Cape Town and the surrounding flower-gazing fields are the perfect place to spend time with nature this Spring.

With such a limited window of opportunity, it’s best to go sooner than later, before the rolling hills of colour disappear ahead of summer. read more

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The Highlights Of Cape Winelands

The Cape Winelands are a region in the south of South Africa. The fertile soil and Mediterranean climate of the Western Cape, makes the Cape Winelands one of the most renowned wine producing areas in the world.  The Winelands boasts some of the most majestic scenery in South Africa. It is situated to the north-east of Cape Town and offers a beautiful landscape of wine hills and mountains.

There are more than 20 wine-growing regions surrounding Cape Town but the term Cape Winelands generally refers to the three most popular: Franschhoek, Stellenbosch and Paarl, each set in rolling countryside with spectacular Alpine-style views. The Cape Winelands are the most well-known in South Africa and include the Route 62 wine route which is said to be the world’s longest wine route. read more

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Cape Town – South Africa

Cape town is the legislative capital and one of the most multicultural cities in the world, reflecting its role as a major destination for immigrants and expatriates to South Africa. It was recommended by The New York Times as a best place to visit in 2014. It is also the top city voted by the reader’s for the Telegraph Travel awards 2014, the third year in row. This talks volumes about the Travel options and the Cape Town Tourism standards.

Cape Town a beautiful city with mountains, ocean, vineyards and great infrastructure that has made it so popular among tourists. The city also enjoys a pleasant climate all year round, making it even more favorable to visit. read more

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