Victoria Falls: the thundering falls

Visiting Southern Africa means first and for most visiting the Victoria Falls. Thrill seekers are never disappointed, but how do you get there and what are its special features? You have to red our article and you will be informed.

How to get to Victoria Falls

The jewel is located between two countries in Southern Africa namely, Zambia at Mosi-oa Tunya Park and Zimbabwe at Victoria Falls National Park. This gives it two accesses from either Zimbabwe or Zambia. For the first country, tourists will have just 50 km to drive from the Bulawayo road which descends directly from the city’s airport. This drive also acts as a Safari and is like a car ride to the area’s attraction. For the second country, tourists fly south to the town of Livingstone. Once in this town, only 10 km separate them from the Mecca of hiking. Seasonally, the dry season is the most suitable time to do this trek on both the Zambian and Zimbabwean sides. Indeed, the various hikes give access to the refreshing site and thus the sound is one of the most special in the world.

 How to fully enjoy the Victoria Falls show

Tourists from all over the world have two main objectives, to see the falls and to get a feel for their sound and to get as close to them as possible. The second goal is often for extreme enthusiasts, but the authorities are there not to make a tourist attraction unsafe. In any case, the Livingstone Bridge just in front of the falls offers safety to those who cross it and brings them as close as possible. Some of the more cautious stayed below, taking comfort in being close to the falls while on the ground. They take advantage of the gatherings to make new acquaintances or listen to the various testimonies.

Trekking to Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu is one of the must-see destinations in South America. Hiking and sightseeing enthusiasts have found a way to feed their passion. If so, how do you go about it? You are invited to read this article for knowing more about trekking to Machu Pichu.  Hike to Machu Picchu: how do you personally go about it? A tourist does not get up overnight to go hiking, firstly it takes time to memorise or map out the route. Secondly, you have to take into account the weather forecast, prepare your stuff accordingly. A hike requires several specific items, such as a substantial water supply to keep h... Read more

The Great Barrier Reef: marine, ecological and tourist diversity

Located near Australia, the Great Barrier Reef is the world’s marine tourism asset. What is its marine, ecological and tourism assets? Great Barrier Reef: Marine Diversity Built by microscopic organisms commonly known as polyp coral, this barrier is home to the marine fauna that rivals in originality. When it is said that the Ocean is another world, it is in this expanse of 2900 reefs that this is true. Starfish of various colours, as well as the nekton that move in bands and create an exotic panorama. The clown fish or Nemo is the attraction of this reef, while in its anemone. It is als... Read more

African destinations to focus on during a photo safari

The photo safari is a variant of the Safari which consists in visiting countries of hunting fauna and flora by photographing them. This concept is purely Swahili and therefore from West and Southern Africa. What are the must-visit destinations on a photo safari? Read that article for more knowing about African destinations for your nest tourism moment.  photo safari: the Serengeti Park Straddling Tanzania and Kenya, the plain is Africa’s most renowned zoological migration. Indeed, the Serengeti offers the largest wildebeest migration on the planet, as well as its important wildlife. Thou... Read more

Visit the Great Mosque of Djenné in Mali

In Mali, it is not only the cliffs of Bandiagara that are a tourist attraction, but also the great mosque of Djenné. They offer certain particularities that would be pleasant to discover, how do you get there? How to get to the great mosque of Djenné? Located in the region of Mopti, a region nicknamed « the Venice of Mali », the city of Djenné is in the centre of Mali in a Sahelian region. This city is 574 km from the city of Bamako and 500 km from the city of Timbuktu, nicknamed the city of 333 saints. The journey from Timbuktu can be made by the river to Mopti. This trip through a travel age... Read more