From its impressive size to an enduring mystery linked to a yet unexplored underground tunnel, here are just a few of the reasons Great Zimbabwe should be on your bucket list. Great Zimbabwe covers almost 800ha or 8km² – that’s four times the size of Monaco! The site is divided into 3 sections: the Hill Complex (aka the Royal City), the Great Enclosure and the Valley Ruins. Founded in the 11th century the city peaked in the 14th century when 10 000 people were believed to liv
No matter how organised you are it’s inevitable that you’ll forget something when you go camping. Here are some camping hacks that may come in handy: #camping #Infographic #CampingHacks #Travel #Adventure #Camping #Outdoors
Our planned route through Northern Tanzania was to head from Ngorongoro to Mwanza on the shores of Lake Victoria via the Serengeti, but that plan was forced to change when we discovered the ludicrous park fees for the Serengeti. We were aware that we’d have to pay $60 a day per person to get into the Serengeti National Park, fees we felt were high but would be worth it, but were not aware that in addition to this we’d also be required to pay a whopping $200 a day for our car
With the final ceremony of the passing of Nelson Mandela now behind us, the transformation of the great statesman and humanitarian from man to legend will gather momentum, and rightfully so. When the physical presence of someone of Madiba’s stature is no more, attention shifts to the geographical places where that person was born, lived and died, as well as the places where some of his or her most epic feats were accomplished. In Mandela’s case this process has already begu
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