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Top African destinations for your 2017 bucket list

Africa is a continent rich in diversity, with a lot to offer. Each country has its own unique beauty and cultures and if you really want to explore the continent, you will need a few months. However, if you have to pick just one or two places to visit in 2017, make sure that one of the following are on your bucket list for the year! Continue reading Top African destinations for your 2017 bucket list

Southern Uganda

Uganda might be the world’s biggest producer of plantains, but it certainly is no banana republic. Being a fertile country it exports coffee, tea, tobacco and cotton. I will remember Uganda for its acres of crisp green tea plantations and everywhere you look, banana plantations, with coffee bushes in between. However, what made Uganda really special for me were the tea plantations, crater lakes, the White Nile River, and the wide variety of primates. By Karin Theron Continue reading Southern Uganda

Discovering fertile Uganda

Entering Uganda from Kenya at the minor border crossing at Suam, we were again reminded of the immediate differences one notices on entering a new country. In this case it was the language; English being almost universally spoken here. We were now greeted with friendly, smiling little faces calling us Muzungu. By Karin Theron Continue reading Discovering fertile Uganda