Victoria Falls. A natural wonder that’s naturally at the top of everyone’s bucket list. But did you know that you can swim at the top of it? Yes, it sounds completely insane, but there is an infinity pool on top of the … Continue reading Zambia • Swim at the Top of a 32-Story Waterfall!
While visiting South Africa, you can experience wildlife up close and personal at the Moholoholo Rehabilitation Center near Hoedspruit. Educational tours are operated Monday through Saturday at 9:30 am and 3 pm. The cost is R130 ($9 USD) per person for adults … Continue reading Hoedspruit, South Africa – Honey Badger & Friends
Most people think of a few things when they think of South Africa: safari, cage diving with sharks, and wine. You probably picture flat plains with sporadic rock structures (i.e. The Lion King). What you may not know know about South Africa is how much diversity … Continue reading South Africa – Off the Beaten Path on the Panorama Route
If you are planning a game drive or safari in Africa, consider self-driving instead of a guided drive! Self-driving can provide you with an unforgettable experience away from the crowds with the animals where you may find yourself watching rhinos sleep … Continue reading South Africa – Self-drive Safari in Kruger National Park
See things and smell things you have never imagined, immerse your self in the souk (market). Take it all in. Getting lost is one of the best experiences in Tangier and you’ll find that surprises await you around every corner. In … Continue reading Tangier, Morocco – Get Lost & Then Found By a Local
Get set up with a taxi driver that speaks your language and he will drive you wherever you want to go for your own little private tour. Visit the Grottes d’ Hercules (where legend has it that Hercules used to rest). … Continue reading Tangier, Morocco – Caves Fit For a Greek Hero
Here’s a secret tip for you beyond Tanzania’s majestic Kilimanjaro and wild safaris. Last time we asked the locals about other visitors they said that there had been 2 other groups – in the last month. But first things first: … Continue reading Morogoro, Tanzania – In Another World
Dar Jameel is a converted riad style guest house located on the edge of the medina.The word riad comes from the Arabian term for garden and is a traditional Moroccan house or palace with an interior garden or courtyard. You’ll be … Continue reading Tangier, Morocco – Sleep in a Riad
In place of alcohol, Moroccans like to drink “Moroccan whiskey,” or mint tea. The most famous place to drink mint tea, and an absolute must if you visit Tangier, is Cafe Hafa. Cafe Hafa opened in 1921 and has seen famous … Continue reading Tangier, Morocco – Mint Tea Time
Who remembers the movie Madagascar, and knows that the island that gives the movie the name is full of lemurs (King Julian XIII’s Court!), living in huge baobab trees! In fact, the Madagascar island-complex is famous for its rich biodiversity: there are … Continue reading Madagascar – The Highest Boulevard in the World!