How to spend a week in Mallorca

How to spend a week in Mallorca

I was quite sceptical about booking a holiday to Mallorca at this time of the year (we’re talking August baby- am I insane or what?) In fact, the only reason I agreed to visit Mallorca was that my little niece had a dream coming here and I’m too good of an aunty to say no, and to be fair beaches are pretty amazing from what […]

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Two weeks in Morocco | Ultimate Itinerary

Two weeks in Morocco | Ultimate Itinerary

Morocco was out last stop in Africa, actually our last stop in this one-year long vacation. Because it’s finally time to visit home, right? With only two weeks to spare, I wanted to see many sides of Morocco; from the windy Atlantic Coast to the dry desert heat of Sahara, with crazy souks and sleepy towns in between. But is that really possible in such […]

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Mini guide to wine tasting around Cape Town

Mini guide to wine tasting around Cape Town

Wine tourism at the tip of Africa has many things making it unique. Enormous diversity in soil type, landscape and climatic conditions result in unique and distinctive wines; they can be fruity but also reveal earthy flavours. Country’s warm climate results in high alcohol wines, with the cool ocean breeze helping them to retain the bright acidity to keep things fresh. Please follow and like […]

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5 Awesome things to do in Tofo

5 Awesome things to do in Tofo

I know of a place in Mozambique that not many others do. It’s a place where powdery white sand screeches beneath your feet and bright sun bleaches your hair while you’re swinging in a hammock. The water is perfect here, not too cold but not too warm either. With days getting too hot and humid, it’s just perfect to cool you down. If you’re already tempted to […]

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Learning To Surf in Mozambique

Learning To Surf in Mozambique

After a few unsuccessful attempts I am finally in Mozambique. Staying only one night in Maputo I’m on my way to Tofo, because after spending three weeks in Namibian deserts I’m just missing the beach! And it doesn’t take me long to find that Tofo is not only a seafood paradise but also a surfing Mecca. So guess what I’m doing next? Maybe getting down […]

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7 Pictures to inspire you visit Namibia

7 Pictures to inspire you visit Namibia

Namibia is home to dramatic sceneries, stunning landscapes and endless horizons. It requires slow traveling to truly appreciate it. You will witness spectacular sunsets, windstorms and unpredictable temperatures. You will also find peace, beauty and magic in this ancient living space. How lucky we are to be able to completely immerse ourselves in the magnificence of Namibia. With adrenalin running through our veins and the […]

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Devil’s Pool: Swimming in Nature’s Ultimate Infinity Pool

Devil’s Pool: Swimming in Nature’s Ultimate Infinity Pool

If you ever find yourself in Zambia, in a small town called Livingstone, you’re probably there because of the world famous falls. Victoria Falls stretches along for 2km and can be visited from both Zimbabwe and Zambia sides. The waterfall was named after Queen Victoria by Scottish explorer David Livingstone. However, the locals call it Mosi-oa-Tunya – the smoke that thunders. Because of its hight, […]

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Complete Namibia Trip Itinerary

Complete Namibia Trip Itinerary

Namibia is home to dramatic sceneries, stunning landscapes and endless horizons. It requires slow traveling to truly appreciate it. There are very few highways and most other roads are gravel, so you will need to slow down eventually. You will witness spectacular sunsets, windstorms and unpredictable temperatures. You will also find peace, beauty and magic in this ancient living space.   It’s important to understand […]

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Visiting Vilanculos, Mozambique- Home to Bazaruto Archipelago

Visiting Vilanculos, Mozambique- Home to Bazaruto Archipelago

One of the most popular destinations for visitors is Vilanculos, a small coastal town in the southern province of Inhambane. The small beach town has preserved both its culture and beautiful landscape. On a harshly hot February day we decided to make our way from Tofo to Vilanculos. Using chapas in Mozambique are common, as private taxis are extremely expensive and renting a car isn’t that […]

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Self-drive Guide Through Northern Namibia

Self-drive Guide Through Northern Namibia

The northern part of Namibia is much more diverse than southern Namibia in terms of fauna, flora and everything in between. Here you can find a well-known Skeleton coast, many adventures and countless wildlife. Our Northern Namibia route stretched from Walvis Bay on the coast and all the way to Etosha National Park. Stops along the way included seal colony, shipwrecks and salt mines. Last […]

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