Zanzibar - A Water Sports Destination

17. June 2011

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Zanzibar – A Water Sports Destination
Zanzibar islands belong to Tanzania, and are situated in the Indian Ocean. The waters of the Indian Ocean are famous for being crystal clear and are home to a huge assortment of marine wealth. The waters do not have sharks. The temperatures are of course warm, since the sun shines three sixty five days here. Zanzibar has been described as among the top water sports destinations in the world. There are a huge number of possibilities offered here. The sheer number of rewarding activities is what makes it such an excellent destination. Let us look at some water sport activities that are offered . . .   • Kite surfing Paje area is situated in the east coast of Zanzibar. It is a popular destination with surfers. The warm waters, perfect winds and waves here make for a perfect kite surfing experience.  [...]

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Flic En Flac - A Beautiful Town

10. June 2011

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Flic En Flac – A Beautiful Town
Flic En Flac is one of Africa’s unknown jewels. The town is an incredibly well kept secret by the numerous discerning travelers that come here for their dose of peace and quiet. The village is an extremely beautiful location that has got to be increasingly popular in the recent years.The resort was once just a small fishing village, which has now come a good distance from its humble days. It is now ranked among the top destinations in the country. There are a huge number of excellent beaches here that are simply picture postcard perfect. These have pristine sands and crystal clear waters.Even though the resort town has increased in popularity in the recent times, the spotlight has not been turned on it so much so that it has turned into a commercial destination filled with huge resorts.The  [...]

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Pemba Beach Hotel and Spa, Mozambique

27. May 2011

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Pemba Beach Hotel and Spa, Mozambique
Acting as the doorway to the adoring north shore’s Quirimbas Archipelago as well as the Niassa National Reserve, the Pemba Beach Hotel and Spa is an excellent retreat in South Africa where the Arabia greets the Swahili East Africa via a the whizzing assemblage of the Arabian-inspired structures, archways, turrets, and colonnades. There is nothing lacking in the craft of this majestic creation where a leisure traveler finds peace on the manicured lawns for gathering the strength for the best wilderness safari and the businessmen admire the hi-tech meeting amenities. After all, this is the famous Rani Resort asset! Rooms At the Pemba Beach Hotel and Spa, there are 102 guest rooms on offer all of which offer balconies to soak into the sea or courtyard vistas. In addition, all are split into  [...]

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Le Touessrok

6. May 2011

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Le Touessrok
Mauritius has experienced a great incoming of tourist in the last few decades. The tourism sector in the islands is in a state of booming growth, and there are travelers coming here from the world over. The destination is incredibly popular with discerning travelers from all over the world, who come here fascinated by the sheer number of heavenly landscapes and pristine nature. The beaches in the island are pristine paradises with snow white sands and crystal clear azure waters. There are a great many hotels and resorts that have sprung up in the islands so that the rising need for tourist accommodation can be met. The Government here has a huge number of schemes and packages on offer for the benefit of tourists. There are also quite a few companies in the private sector vying for business.  [...]

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Severin Sea Lodge, Mombasa

1. May 2011

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Severin Sea Lodge, Mombasa
If you are an eco-friendly visitor, you will definitely love to stay at the Severin Sea Lodge that is among the handful of eco-lodges in Mombasa. This one is nestled right on the north coast’s wonderful Bamburi beach with detached cottages featuring thatched roofs, which look more like African huts. Just imagine soft white sands fronting your bungalow, blue seas beyond the dunes, and tropical gardens edged by the swaying palms and you know what the paradise of Severin Sea Lodge looks like. Relax in the African divan swathed with mosquito nets, play under the pleasant sun right in front of the Indian Ocean, soak into the pool shimmering amidst the trees, simply spot monkeys jumping in the gardens, or get on a sun lounger under the palm shade. Very famous for its well maintained gardens as  [...]

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Virunga National Park, Democratic Republic of Congo

14. April 2011

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Virunga National Park, Democratic Republic of Congo
Located between the Virunga and Rwenzori Mountains in Congo, the Virunga National Park is a protected landscape covering 3000 square miles of exceptional diversity. Set some 85 years back to be the nation’s first national park, Virunga is now a World Heritage Site although the civil war has swallowed many wild lives here. Among the tourists, the park is famous for its poaching mountain gorillas and the diverse ecosystems such as the Lake Edward’s western shores of Lake Edward, grassland plateau, marshland, plains, mountains, alpine meadows, volcanoes such as Nyiragongo and Nyamuragira, lava plains, and glaciers. So, you are really bound to enjoy every bit of moment spent here, which will seriously get to you something new to see and do. Coming to the wildlife, the Virunga National Park  [...]

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