Ever had that moment as a woman where you decide that you want to go away for a few days, for some alone time, but change your mind after a period of time?Women often decide not to try and travel by themselves because of the terrible things that friends and family members may tell them as well as the internet. This not only stops the innate need to travel but it also stops one from truly exploring their adventurous side.
Women often decide not to try and travel by themselves because of the terrible things that friends and family members may tell them as well as the internet. This not only stops the innate need to travel but it also stops one from truly exploring their adventurous side.Below are a few things you can think about when the travel bug bites you.
Below are a few things you can think about when the travel bug bites you.Every Penny Counts.
Tanzania is a beautiful, quaint country with an abundance of wildlife and scenery that will leave you at a loss in deciding what adventure to partake in first. With outstanding natural spectacles, Tanzania is one of the go to countries to visit in Africa.
With that in mind, when you are planning on visiting the area, you have to take a lot of things into consideration. From the places you want to visit, to how you will get around, these are factors that one has to think about.
In the event you are debating between self-driving and hiring a local tourist driver, here are a few advantages and disadvantages to help you make your final decision.
In this country known as "Le Pays des Milles Collides" – Land of a Thousand Hills – one discovers fascinating wildlife, unparalleled natural landscapes, and a nation's warm and resilient people. Whether you seek adventure, wish to immerse yourself in cultural experiences or simply want to escape your everyday hustles and bustles to serenity, Rwanda's diversity has something to offer everyone.
Epitomising the image of Africa, Tanzania has it all – mountains, beaches and islands with majestic views, national parks and game reserves so vast some are the size of small countries and with the most impressive natural event in the world of annual migrations. Nothing is as humbling as seeing the snow-peaked Mt Kilimanjaro when the sun rises. Nowhere are animals as visible as on the high plains of the Serengeti. To look down into the immense bowl of the Ngorongoro Crater is to stand at the gates of heaven itself. Moreover, relaxing in Zanzibar with its coral-sand beaches, barefoot beach lodges and opulent heritage is the ultimate holiday finale.
As of 1 November 2014, nationals of Australia, Germany, Israel, New Zealand, South Africa, Sweden, United Kingdom and United States of America can get an Entry Visa on Arrival (non-renewable) valid for a period of up to 30 days after paying a the visa fee (US $30) at any gazetted Rwanda entry point without prior application.
Ever wondered why Uganda is known as 'the Pearl of Africa'? Well, back in 1909, Sir Winston Churchill dubbed Uganda so because of its fantastic natural scenery and lavish mosaic of tribes and cultures. Uganda is literally, where the East African savannah meets the West African jungle.
Visitors fall in love with her breath-taking Rift Valley scenery, lush countryside and incredible biodiversity. They can track gorillas through misty mountains and chimpanzees through rainforest undergrowth, navigate tropical open savannah plains whilst on safaris to see the elephants, Big Cats and incredible 100s of species of birds, or just lie by the poolside overlooking the fabulous River Nile. Ugandans love to meet and greet new people – the country's crafts, dance and community tourism intrigue and delight the visitor. With new lodges, new activities and improved roads, why not visit the Republic of Uganda to view these marvels first-hand?
On the red dirt roads of southern Kenya, a few hours from Malindi, children chase and hail streams of four-wheel drives hauling tourists to and from Arabuko Sokoke National Park. Most of the children gather along the road shouting, surprisingly, in Italian, "ciao, ciao". Approaching Malindi's city centre, Italian espousal become even more conspicuous. Signs on a supermarket storefront and a few restaurants are in Italian, and Sambuca sits on every local barman's meagre top shelf. It is not exactly Florence, but there is a distinctly Italianate imprint on Malindi – the language, the food, the hotels and the casinos, and even the occasional fugitive from justice.
Almost all visitors to Kenya require visas to enter the country and the Ordinary Single Journey visas (US$50/€40/UK£30) are valid for only 90 days from the date of issue (not the date you enter Kenya). Visitors must enter Kenya before the expiry date of the visa and the visa is invalidated upon exit from the country. Although Ordinary Single Journey visas can be obtained on arrival at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi, guests to Kenya are advised to consult with Kenyan missions in their country of residence before travelling to enter Kenya.