Africa is unlike any part of the world you’ve ever experienced. And that’s why more and more adventurous travelers are itching to explore this untapped part of the world. Africa offers something for every type of traveler— archaeologist, history buff, safari enthusiast, mountain climber, and beach bum– Africa promises wild adventures for all.
Here are ten must-see attractions and landmarks that await you in Africa…
The Great Pyramids, near Cairo, are world renowned Egyptian icons, pictured in various Hollywood movies. However, these massive tombs are literally the resting places of the mummified remains of Egypt’s dead pharaohs, the sacred resting places leaders of history can continue to receive prayers, food, and other offerings in the afterlife. The most recognized tombs at this location are that of Pharaoh Khufu (or Pharaoh Cheops) and the great Sphinx, the half-human half-lion monument.
Despite being Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow often gets overlooked as a destination for those making the trip north of the border.
The West Coast Trail is a breathtakingly beautiful 47 mile (75 km) backpacking route on the southwest coast of Vancouver Island, BC.
Anyone who has been to Portugal and experienced the marvel of the abundant nature, or the warmth and vibrance of the culture, will contest to the greatness of this country.
Whether you’re a wine connoisseur, a beer guzzler, a dance late night dancer, a laid back patio type; into rooftop cocktails, jazz bars, dive bars, or gay bars – the Bay Area has everything you need for your kind of
“The Queen City” is rich in architecture and culture with a history spanning over 200 years. With its beautiful buildings as a focal point, Cincinnati is as astonishing to look at as it is to be in.
While travelling many people make sure to get to all of the biggest attractions and talked about places at their destination as these are often the deciding factors on choosing where to take their trip.
Edinburgh is jam packed with things to see and do: A pretty impressive castle, historic monuments, beautiful streets and buildings, loads of leafy parks, the list goes on.
If movies are to be believed, the only thing LA has going for it is the Hollywood sign. Wrong! LA is a vibrant city that combines culture, history and the great outdoors.
Remember the days when you couldn’t catch a bus past midnight, the days where the sun and rain wreaked havoc on the faded schedule taped to the post at the bus stop, and the days of the graffiti filled subway
When thinking of England and sports the first thing that comes to mind may be soccer/football, and while footy is the national staple on TVs around the world many other venues provide up close and personal experiences not necessarily available
Instead of focusing on what TO bring on vacation, let’s shift the focus on what NOT to bring because let’s face it…we’ve all come home from a trip and said “I didn’t need that”.
With the recession growing more distant as each day passes, it’s the perfect time to set your sights on investing in real estate in the United States.
If you don’t already know it’s worth mentioning: Scotland isn’t a big place.
Los Angeles is the city that started the gourmet food truck revolution, built on the notion that mobile restaurants can offer up delicious and inspired cuisine to patrons who are on-the-go.
It’s a beautiful calm clear day as you embark on a majestic scuba diving tour that takes you down through clear turquoise waters to explore the vibrant colors of the aqua life below.