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Ever wondered what’s it’s like to visit the continent of Africa?

Exploring the abundance of cultural diversity, wildlife and people as well as an opportunity to do business in one of the largest continents in the world, all this while on a budget?

pics-2According to UNESCO “There are about 7000 native languages spoken throughout the mainland, because of its rich cultural diversity Africa is often referred to as the ‘Rainbow Continent’ The wealth of Africa comes from its vibrant cultural diversity. (UNESCO, 2015)

pics-3The Rainbow continent offers endless possibilities such as paradisiac beaches, great cultural experiences, breathtaking land capes, and soaring sand dunes to savannas teeming with wildlife. Witness the annual wildebeest migration on safari in the Serengeti, or explore the sun washed cities of Morocco through your camera lens.

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pics-4Go snorkelling and scuba diving in one of the most impressive marine wildlife, there’s a lot to see while vacationing in the ‘Rainbow Continent’

pics-5The main reason most people go on vacation to Africa is for safari but the African continent offers far more to see and do than ‘Just’ safaris, with the favourable exchange rate and cheap cost of living it’s a great deal to explore the rich diverse cultural carnivals of Nigeria, dunes of Egypt, hidden caves and islands of Zanzibar and Mauritius.

Ever dreamed of visiting Greece for the beautiful scenery? Explore a less expensive option in Zanzibar with luxury island lodges at a great deal.

pics-6The Zanzibar archipelago contains more than 50 islands, the main island known as Zanzibar is the largest with superficies of about 579sq miles (1,500Km), visit the town of Mangapawani which means ‘Arabian Shore’ in Swahili. It holds the coral cavern that contains a pool of fresh water as well as the slave cave used for the slave trade during the 19th century.

pics-7Nigeria Africa’s largest economy with a $596 billion worth is home to lots of business opportunities as well as cultural excursions to learn more about the cultural diversity in terms of African cultural displays, fashion, food and languages, don’t forget to participate in one of the most colourful carnivals in the world known as ‘The Calabar Carnival’

pics-8This annual event runs concurrently every December and it hosts lots of representatives from different countries as they troop in to be a part of this once in a lifetime experience.

pics-9Engage in sporting and culinary adventures to get your adrenaline going, taste the mouth-watering exquisite gourmet cuisine and excellent wines of Africa.

pics-10Africa is home to the best food, best wine, best service and tourism infrastructure.

pics-11Africa abounds with incredible sights, explore the cape peninsula where you can see one of the only two land based penguin colonies on earth, a huge attraction that shockingly few westerners know about. South Africa has more great hotels than you have time to visit, including the one and only Taj, Cape grace and Ellerman house in Cape Town.

pics-12Johannesburg has the west cliff and Saxon, while Durban has two fantastic Fairmont resorts.

pics-13Most suggestions aren’t only for nature lovers; others will appeal to the adrenaline junkies.

  1. Bungee jump off the Victoria bridge or go for a swim in the devil’s pool on the edge of Victoria falls (Victoria falls is sitting at the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe)
  2. Lake Malawi with its clear waters is the destination of choice for Scuba diving and snorkelling or go kayaking with family and friends
  3. Sky dive in Cape Town and have an aerial view of the beautiful colourful city, learn about the different languages and the history behind the city.
  4. Go hiking in the beautiful scenery of the Aso rock in Abuja Nigeria, explore the arts and crafts village, visit the Tinapa resort as well as stay in some of the most luxurious hotels in the city. Explore the rich Kajuru castle in Kaduna which is home to one of the oldest yet most scenic views in the world.
  5. Swim with turtles and dolphins in the coral reefs of the Kenyan coast near Kamu Island truly an unforgettable cultural experience.

pics-14Some tips to keep in mind is make sure you are properly vaccinated (especially for yellow fever) and bring along immunization proof with you so you don’t have to cut short your trip otherwise you won’t be allowed into the countries.

pics-15To learn more about this awesome lifetime experience click the link below and order my services on travel consultancy, visa applications, best flight and hotel deals, recommendations and tour guides as well as all you need to know about doing business in Africa.

pics-16“Africa has her mysteries, and even a wise man cannot understand them. But a wise man respects them” – Miriam Makeba

pics-17“Africa – You can see a sunset and believe you have witnessed the hand of God. You watch the slope lope of a lioness and forget to breath. You marvel at the tripod of a giraffe bent to water, In Africa there are in descent blues on the wings of birds that you do not see anywhere else in nature. In Africa in the midday heart, you can see blisters in the atmosphere. When you are in Africa you feel primordial, rocked in the cradle of the world” – Jodi Picoult (American Author)



Amina Akhabue is an International business consultant, with unrivalled experience in International trade and commerce. She’s travelled extensively in the course of her Job and self development and is passionate about improving human relations and interactions. Currently residing in the United States and pursuing an MBA in International business, her dream is to unite the world through business and eradicate poverty in Africa and this can be seen through her non profit organization ‘Fountain of hope evangelical mission’ which seeks to ensure the youths get the necessary education and skills to attain financial independence.

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