Africa

Valley of the Kings, Egypt

Valley of the Kings in Egypt is also known as Biban el- Moluk, translated to mean Gates of the Kings. This archaeological locality is one of the world’s most impressive archaeological destinations.

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Aberdare National Park, Kenya

Located in Nairobi area in Kenya, the Aberdare National Park comprises of campsites, picnic spots, streams, waterfalls and rivers. The park is a perfect place to visit to enjoy adventure and wildlife in Kenya.

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La Digue, Seychelles

La Digue Island in Seychelles is one of the several smaller islands found in this Island nation. While there are no many major attractions in La Digue, the island is relatively the most visited one in Seychelles due to its ease of accessibility and has some of the best accommodation facilities.

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Masai Mara, Kenya

Masai Mara is the most popular and most visited national reserve in Kenya. Contrally to what most people think about Masai Mara, partially because of its popularity, it actually a national reserve and not a National Parl. It belongs to Masai people of south west Kenya and local county officials administers it.

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Abu Simbel, Egypt

Located in Upper Egypt, the existence of Abu Simbel was greatly threatened by the rising turbulent waters of L. Nasser, growing fiercely behind Aswan Dam. UNESCO sponsored the archaeological rescue plan that aimed at restoring the glory of Abu Simbel.

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Moroni, Comoros

Moroni has been the capital city of Comoros since 1962 and has grown to become the largest city in the country. Travelers to Moroni are served by Prince Said Ibrahim International Airport. In addition, visitors can also use a harbor which offers regular transportation to other islands on Comoros Archipelago including Indian Ocean Islands like Madagascar.

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Nouakchott, Mauritania

The capital of Mauritania, Nouakchott is a large and modernized city whose name translates to the ‘place of the winds’. Compared to other Mauritania cities, Nouakchott is by far very large and one of the largest and most prominent cities in the Sahara.

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N’Djamena, Chad

As the capital city of Chad, N’Djamena is the largest city in the country with a population of nearly 1 million people. The city is situated along the confluence of River Logone and River Chari on the Cameroon border. Since history, the city of N’Djamena has witnessed numerous heated revolts and rebellions.

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Niamey, Niger

The fairly modern, lively city of Niamey is Niger’s capital. Located along the banks of River Niger, the city is home to over 800, 000 people. Niamey is the cultural, economic and administrative center of Niger. It has good travel facilities for both up market and budget travelers.

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Nairobi, Kenya

Nairobi, the place of cool waters is the largest city in Kenya which is also the country’s capital. With a population of more than three million people and located on Nairobi River, Nairobi is one of the fastest growing and largest city not just in Kenya but in the larger Africa continent.

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