Archive for the ‘Africa’ Category

Things to do in Zimbabwe

Things to do in Zimbabwe
By Dan Dowler A couple of years ago Zimbabwe’s tourism industry was in dire straits. Dogged with reports of political violence, economic collapse and the bad press stemming from the dictatorial leadership of Robert Mugabe, potential overseas visitors were preferring instead to steer clear. But...
April 27th, 2011 | South Africa | Read More

3 Outdoor Activites Near Cape Town

3 Outdoor Activites Near Cape Town
By: Laura Malandra You can spot penguins, swim in two oceans, and walk in botanical gardens by taking a short drive from Cape Town. Here are three must-see attractions for nature lovers: Boulder’s Beach A few kilometers south of Simon’s Town is Boulders Beach, which is home to African penguins. The...
April 19th, 2011 | South Africa, Wildlife & Animals | Read More

The Bucket List: South Africa Edition

The Bucket List: South Africa Edition
By: Laura Malandra The world is filled with amazing opportunities everyone should experience in their lifetime. South Africa, in particular, is home to spectacular activities and events that must be added to your bucket list. The Guinness Book of World Record’s Highest Bungee Jump Along the garden...
April 5th, 2011 | Adventure Travel, South Africa, Tours & Attractions, Wildlife & Animals | Read More

Cape Town’s Must-Do Outdoor Adventures

Cape Town’s Must-Do Outdoor Adventures
By: Laura Malandra Cape Town and its surrounding areas are the perfect playground for novice to expert adventure-sports enthusiasts. Between the various mountain ranges and the ocean, the possibilities for outdoor adventures are endless. Cape Town is not a vacation spot for couch potatoes, so make sure...
March 29th, 2011 | Adventure Travel, South Africa, Tours & Attractions | Read More

Safely Observing a Spiritual Healing Ceremony

Every day in Ghana was an adventure. We never knew what to expect. While traveling from the Upper West region down to the Greater Accra region, we stopped in a village called Ampabama where we were supposed to witness a spiritual healing ceremony. Although Western medicine has been implemented in Ghana,...
March 17th, 2011 | Africa, Destinations, Extras, Ghana, Spiritual Travel | Read More

Stellenbosch On A Budget

Stellenbosch On A Budget
Stellenbosch, located on the Western Cape, is famous for its wine lands. With tons of wineries to explore, Stellenbosch is an essential stop on your trip throughout South Africa. Although the idea of a wine weekend may sound expensive, a great weekend in Stellenbosch does not have to be. How to get there: Take...
March 16th, 2011 | Budget Travel, Extras, Food & Wine, South Africa, Tours & Attractions | Read More

When in Ghana: 4 Things to Do in Accra

Whether you are looking for luxury, adventure, or a little bit of both, Accra may be the perfect place. Located in the southern part of the country in the Greater Accra region, Accra is Ghana’s capital and a major tourist destination. The city is constantly in motion and will keep you entertained throughout...
March 3rd, 2011 | Cultural Travel, Ghana | Read More

A Hikers Heaven: Cape Town

A Hikers Heaven: Cape Town
By: Laura Malandra, LG South African Correspondent                                                                   Hiking is an experience not to miss out on while in South Africa. The Cape Town skyline (from left to right) showcases Devil’s Peak, Table Mountain...
February 22nd, 2011 | Backpacking & Trekking, South Africa, Tours & Attractions | Read More

Ghanaian Cuisine: 5 Savory Dishes You Can’t Go Without

It’s easy to say that before this trip my experience with Ghanaian cuisine was non-existent. At home I am surrounded by food from various cultures, but I had never been to, or seen, a Ghanaian restaurant. I am not what you would call an adventurous eater. My meals of choice were cheeseburgers with...
February 17th, 2011 | Africa, Destinations, Extras, Ghana | Read More

How to Do Capetown on a Budget

How to Do Capetown on a Budget
by Ceri Houlbrook Special to Lost Girls World There’s a reason South Africa is known as the “rainbow nation.” Nowhere else in the world boasts such multicultural diversity, and while the country has suffered centuries of oppression and division, it’s emerged from its bleak past and been...
February 15th, 2011 | City Travel, South Africa | Read More