Africa

Casablanca, Morocco

It is sad that most travelers tend to pass through Casablanca or when they are taking a connection flight to another destination or catching a train. However, this sprawling city deserves to be given much more time as it has more to offer than catch the eye.

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Abuja, Nigeria

Abuja is set in scenic, attractive scenery and established in 1976, the city initially served as the capital for the new federal territory in Nigeria. However, construction of the modern day Abuja didn’t start until 1980s when the city was methodically laid down.

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Accra, Ghana

With a population of 2 million, Accra is the administrative capital of Ghana. It is the most developed and populous city in the country and has enjoyed its capital status since 1877 during the colonial time. Prior to this, the city was just a collection of small Ga villages dating back in 17th century.

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Durban, South Africa

Durban is the third largest city in South Africa and the best place to enjoy a lively seaside holiday vacation. The city has quite a long beachfront decorated with high rising snack bars and hotels which still remain as the landmarks of Durban.

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Abidjan, Ivory Coast

Abidjan is West Africa’s shining star in every way. For quite a long time, the city has been a commercial and economical hub and the capital city of one of the most successful African countries.

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Lagos, Nigeria

With a population of more than 8 million city inhabitants, Lagos is ranked second in Africa after Cairo in the list of largest African cities. According to estimates by UN Lagos will be a Mega city by 2015 and will rank third among world largest cities after Mumbai and Tokyo.

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Mnemba Island, Tanzania

Mnemba Island is an ideal tropical heaven for holidaymakers located off the Tanzanian coast within the Zanzibar Archipelago, directly opposite Matemwe Beach on Tanzania main land coast. It is a tiny rectangular island with a circumference of less than two kilometers and it is surrounded by oval reef, which leads to it being incorrectly referred to as the Mnemba atoll.

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Tristan da Cunha Island

Tristan da Cunha is a cord of moderately pocket-sized islands. The island nation is located at the center of the South Atlantic Ocean. The closest place to this archipelago is Saint Helena, which is near 3000 kilometers from the islands and roughly the same distance from southern coastal region of the African continent.

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Chale Island

Chale Island is an isolated island located six hundred kilometers from the mainland coats of Kenya, but it is also accessible from Diani Beach through only ten kilometers from the beach.

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Diani Beach, Kenya

Diani Beach is a huge beach hangout at the Indian Ocean seacoast in Kenya. It neighbors Mombasa to the south, and it is more than 20 kilometers long. The surroundings of Diani Beach are splendid, with jutting palm trees at the coast, natural green vegetation, and the coral reefs at the cost.

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