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Egyptian Antiquities Museum, Cairo

Jul 31st, 2010 // Destination: Cairo
The Egyptian Museum was first built in Boulak. In 1891, it was moved to Giza Palace of “Ismail Pasha” which housed the antiquities that were later moved to the present building. The Egyptian Museum is situated at Tahrir square in Cairo. It was built during the reign of Khedive Abbass Helmi II in 1897, and opened on November 15, 1902. It has 107 halls. At the ground floor there are the... 
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Gurara Falls, Abuja

Jul 16th, 2010 // Destination: Abuja
Visit the Gurara Falls, Abuja to feel nature close to you. Are you planning for a leisure tour? Then why not come to Abuja in Nigeria for a tranquil vacation with family and friends. Situated in the Federal Capital Territory in Nigeria, Abuja is toured by huge bulk of tourists from various parts of the world. The serene planned city of Abuja boasts of large number of tourist attractions. Among the... 

Brazzaville, the Bustling Capital of Congo

Jul 9th, 2010 // Destination: Brazzaville
The most touristic place in Brazzaville is the Poto Poto suburb, which is a colorful place offering some interesting possibilities for shopping in Brazzaville, as well as for nightlife in Brazzaville. There are also some architectural sights inside the area, such as for example the Basilica of St. Anne that is a monument reminding of the era of French colonialism in Brazzaville. Another popular sight... 

Nairobi Animal Orphanage

Jul 9th, 2010 // Destination: Nairobi
Animal Orphanage Established in 1964 as a refuge and rehabilitation centre for wild animals found abandoned or injured throughout Kenya, the unique facility records over 200,000 thousand visitors every year. Animals received at the facility, undergo a thorough medical examination, followed by treatment where that is called for, before entering into an appropriate feeding and rehabilitation program. Nairobi... 

National Botanic Gardens

Jul 8th, 2010 // Destination: Pretoria
National Botanic Gardens The Pretoria National Botanic Gardens with 77ha/190ac in area are the largest in South Africa. The plants are grouped according to their climatic region (the savannas of the Karoo, the coastal forests, the grassland plains of Namibia). The Gardens feature over half of the country’s tree species as well as cycads, aloes and other interesting collections. Paved nature trails...