Why You Should Visit – 100 positive facts about Africa

Africa is the world’s second largest continent (after Asia) in the world both in terms of size and population The “Kalenjin” tribe in Kenya produces the fastest marathon runners in the world today. The oldest human remains were discovered in Jebel Irhoud, Morocco South Africa’s Witwatersrand produces roughly 50% of all the gold mined in […]

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The 10 Top Destinations for Ecotourism

It’s an amazing world we live in! Fertile, verdant jungles, multi-colored coral reefs, expansive grasslands, fabulous mountain ranges and mighty rivers, are all part of the planet we live on.

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Top 10 Least Visited Countries

11. Turkmenistan: 8,697 visitors How would you like to visit one of a fascinating country in Central Asia?  After being closed to the outside world, it is now open! The Karakum Desert, one of the world’s driest deserts, covers 80% of this country and the traditional way of life if represented by the Turkmen, who […]

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Top 10 Smallest Countries in Africa

Let’s meet the smallest countries in Africa. 1. Seychelles The Republic of Seychelles, encompassing of an archipelago of 115 islands, is the smallest nation with only 459 square kilometers area.  Moreover, they have the most amazing GDP per capital in Africa but still have a significant number of poor people in terms of high-income disparity. […]

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Top 10 Smallest Countries in the World

Among the 196 countries of the world, only 24 of them have a land area that is less than 1000 square kilometers. Here is an overview of the top 10 smallest countries in the world. 1. Vatican City The Vatican City, which is also accepted as the ‘Holy See’ is the smallest country in the […]

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La Sultana Hotel – A Magical Stay in Marrakech

The History of Riads When the Almoravid dynasty, founded by  Abdallah ibn Yasin, established their Empire in the eleventh century, their domain spread from Spain down through  Morocco, Western Sahara, and Mauritania. In 1062 he founded the city of Marrakech which became their capital.

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