I have decided to add a selection of superb African Travel Sites to my website for you to view at your leisure. I am continually receiving link exchange requests from this beautiful part of the world so these special travel sites are from people like myself who have a love of travel and who would also love to tell you some of their often very fascinating stories. You will see the links below.
The reason I have chosen these particular sites is because they are all travel related sites written by real people for real people and because I would like to keep my site real too, you will not find any commercial sites here.
I shall be adding more interesting African travel information sites as and when I can find them so please do stay in touch. If you should have any special travel adventure stories yourself from around Africa that you would love to share with me then you will most certainly have a deserving spot here.
Cape Town Travel Adviser Your on-line travel guide to Cape Town. Includes useful maps, and essential information on local attractions, accommodation, cheap flights, car rentals and more.
Expat in Cape Town
An Expat Guide to Beautiful Cape Town in South Africa. Insider guide
with loads of information about living and working in vibrant and
multicultural Cape Town. Practical advice for tourists and expats about
housing, transportation, healthcare, cost of living, culture, beaches,
attractions and more.
African Wildlife Safaris in South Africa Find the best safari game reserves in South Africa for your safari. Information on how to get there, the wildlife, accommodation, maps and more.
I recently read a rather interesting story about a retired couple who longed for adventurous travel and so decided to embark on a journey by road from Cape Town to Cairo in a Rolls Royce. Mind you it was not the latest model in the range, but nevertheless, they made it quite comfortably and later carried on to London travelling across Europe. Isn't that just such a fantastic voyage.
It doesn't matter how old or young you are to travel as long as you have the resources with lots of energy and a keen sense of adventure. Are you not just that little bit curious?
I too have been on a journey from Cape Town where I live in the southern most part of Africa to Cairo in the northernmost part of Africa. Only I took the trip by air rather than by road. Once I arrived in Egypt, I then travelled from Cairo down the Nile to the temple of Ramses II at Abu Simbel near the Sudanese border.
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Doi Inthanon National Park in Northern Thailand affords you the opportunity to explore some of the best hiking trails, hill tribe villages, cascading waterfalls, mountain peaks and so much more.
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Khao Yai National Park in Central Thailand is not only the oldest wildlife sanctuary in the country but also the most visited. It is a vast evergreen forest and home to several endangered species.
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The Similan Islands in southern Thailand located in the Andaman Sea off the coast of Phang Nga Province, is an archipelago of nine islands forming part of the national park of the same name.