Jeffrey Tayler’s book Glory In A Camel’s Eye tells the true account of his three month, several hundred mile trek on camelback through the Moroccan Sahara.
Lagos Noir is a novel written by several contributing writers, and edited by Chris Ibani, that encapsulates the dark and unstable history of Lagos.
A South African woman has her hands full when she signs up to run a lodge/dive center in Mozambique, but her story includes great friendships and triumph.
A Londoner returns to her native Nigeria and tours neighboring Togo, Benin and Ghana, enjoying the fun of West Africa and sharing her homeland culture.
The Icarus Trophy is without a doubt the most extreme and intensive international paramotoring competition our world has ever seen.
Morocco. The joys of a small coastal fishing village, Asilah, where the culture is fond of street art and it reminds the author of a New England village.
Kim Ward discovers the marketplace in Fes and the incredible talents of the barbers, as well as touring the riads, (guest houses) and the medina in Fes, in the center of Morocco.
Tunisia travel tips: There are some parts of the country where it’s advised not to visit, such as the Tunisia-Libya border, but the cities such as Tunis are safe and new eco-tourism resorts are expanding in the country.
Dina Bennett says she strives for sensory overload–situations in life where everything comes at you as a cascade of experiences. Her new book, Travel Junkie’s Diary, chronicles some of her adventures around the world on very long road trips.
Morocco in living color: Donnie Sexton presents a photo gallery of images showing the dramatic colors of Fez, Marrakech and Casablanca, Morocco.
South Africa’s Maropeng Heritage Site offers visitors a glimpse into the past of humankind. The exhibit features a sensational underground boat ride taking tourists on an interactive journey of their origins.
During WW2, Casablanca was a large staging area for all American aircraft and the setting for the classic Hollywood love story. To take advantage of the publicity surrounding the Allied invasion of North Africa, Hollywood hastened the release of the motion picture.
Senegal: Inside a 60,000 seat stadium, elaborate preparation and swagger as two contestants enter the ring for La Lutte, or The Struggle, a popular sport in West Africa.
The oasis village of Taghit in the vast country of Algeria offers much to be explored. From 4×4 driving in the desert to local music and culture.
Mafia Island is located off the coast of Tanzania, not as famous as its neighbor Zanzibar, but full of interesting beaches and migrating turtles to observe.
In Gansbaai, South Africa, Shark Ventures takes tourists out into the ocean and places them in a shark cage, then tossed chum attracts great white sharks.
A trip on a decrepit railroad line between Nairobi and Mombasa, Kenya, which was dubbed “The Lunatic Line,” and has been replaced by a modern train.
A journey to the Island in the Sky: Africa’s Uluru in Malawi. After hearing that the mountain was as spectacular as Machu Pichu, he sets out to climb it.