Africa

Brazzaville, Republic of Congo

Brazzaville is a thriving and relatively developed city in Congo which is also the capital city as well. The republic of Congo has been characterized by civil wars for the past decade which has seriously ruined most of the infrastructures in the area.

Read More »

Bissau, Guinea Bissau

As the capital city of Guinea Bissau, Bissau is actually the largest and most affluent city in the country. Direct flights in to the city are readily available especially by the Senegal Airlines which have frequent flights from Dakar to the country.

Read More »

Banjul, Gambia

Despite being the capital city of Gambia, the island city of Banjul is not the largest in the country but comes second. It has a population of just over 40, 000 inhabitants with a significant portion of the population preferring to stay on mainland between Banjul and the airport.

Read More »

Bamako, Mali

Bamako is one of the largest West African cities and among the most visited for that matter. While traveling to the city is a great idea for a holiday get away, navigating through Bamako can be quite hard as the city is in itself very complicated and there are no street signs.

Read More »

Asmara, Eritrea

Asmara is the capital of Eritrea and while the economy has been battered by civil liberties, the city is a life of luxury. Asmara is one of the most beautiful African cities that qualify to be a highlight of a memorable African journey.

Read More »

Antananarivo, Madagascar

Simply referred to as Tana Antananarivo is the capital city of Madagascar. Being on the Indian Ocean, the city enjoys a temperate favorable climate that is very conducive for touristic travel.

Read More »

Algiers, Algeria

The French called Algiers ‘la blanche’, translated to mean the white one. The capital city and economic hub of Algeria, the whitewashed city of Algiers is a big and bustling city with Mediterranean set at its front and rich farmland and hills at the behind.

Read More »

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Addis Ababa, the major city in the country is experiencing a fast paced development. Even though the city is not well off as such, the mere fact that the government anticipates the economic growth to be growing at a rate of 5% or more in 2013 gives you a confidence feeling when organizing a trip to the city.

Read More »