Africa

Edinburgh of the Seven Seas, Tristan da Cunha

Edinburgh of the Seven Seas is an island in South Atlantic Ocean and the territory is administered by United Kingdom and precisely by St. Helena government. Tristan da Cunha enjoys world popularity as the most remote island inhabited by people in the world.

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Gaborone, Botswana

Located in Botswana, Gaborone is one of the most prosperous cities in Southern Africa and it is also the capital city of the country. Plans to have Gaborone serve as the national capital started way back during colonial era and was bestowed the status in 1966 after the country became independent.

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Dakar, Senegal

As the capital city of Senegal, Dakar is one of the most visited cities in Africa partly because of the hospitality and friendliness of its residents. Actually, locals in Dakar have a reputation of being extremely helpful to foreigners even though you should be careful about pick pocketing and scams which are common activities here as well.

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Conakry, Guinea

Conakry serves as the centre for administration and commerce in Guinea. The city’s major entry route is from Dakar. Actually, Conakry doesn’t have as many tourist resources as such that would warrant an enthusiastic tourist to visit the city when planning for a vacation in West Africa.

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Marrakech, Morocco

Marrakech (Marrakesh) is an imperial city in Morocco. The name Marrakech is literally translated to mean land of God. The city is listed at number three among the largest cities in Morocco after Rabat and Casablanca.

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Saint Helena Island

Saint Helena is an island on Atlantic Ocean which appears to be quite isolated from the rest of the world. A territory of the United Kingdom, Saint Helena is located between Angola and Namibia and has Jamestown as the main city.

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Reunion, French Territory in Africa

Reunion is an overseas territory of France in Africa, located on Indian Ocean, on the eastern side of Madagascar Island. Reunion is known by many to be quite an enchanting destination worthy a visit, thanks to its appealing volcanic landscapes and tropical climate.

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Melville, Johannesburg

Melville is a trendy suburb lying on the western side of Johannesburg in South Africa. Melville is very popular thanks to its lively nightlife and the trendy, inviting coffee shops. For a longtime, this suburb has been regarded as Johannesburg’s cultural hub and the neighborhood is amazingly vibrant and attractive due to its upscale coffeehouses and trendy shops selling everything you might want to buy.

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Mayotte

The French island of Mayotte sits on the Indian Ocean in East Africa and it is tucked somewhere in between Mozambique and Madagascar. Mayotte became a French overseas territory in 1843 when it was ceded alongside the Comoros islands.

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Lusaka, Zambia

Located in Lusaka Province, Lusaka serves as the country’s capital city. This cosmopolitan city is also the largest and most populous in Zambia. Unlike in the past where visitors had first to fly to Johannesburg, travelling to Lusaka has of late become quite easy as there are low cost flight connections through Middle East and many African countries.

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