Mauritania is a unique although seldom visited country, with some stunning landscapes and interesting ancient towns that used to take part of the desert caravan route a long time ago.Their infrastructure is limited.There are not many hotels and just a few roads.Although the country was an unsafe destination a few years ago due to Al-Qaedda activity in its desert area, it’s currently a quite safe destination, with many checkpoints along its main roads. 931 more words
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Morocco is an interesting country to visit due to its rich culture and history, with superb ancient cities and little beautiful towns.Food is very delicious, accommodation is pretty good and prices are cheap.Travel is also easy, with good roads and public transportation: bus, train or shared taxis.The latter is the fastest and inexpensive way to go. 530 more words
Although the best months to spot wildlife are from July to September, February offers an excellent opportunity to see newborns of zebras and wildebeests.
Common Zebras are animals that usually live in family groups of one adult male (stallion), several females (mares), and their offspring.Several families of zebras join forming large herds. 682 more words
Ngorogoro CA is a unique protected area situated between the Rift Valley and Serengeti NP. It contains an old volcano with the largest inactive and intact caldera in the world.Its huge crater and surroundings have become a natural enclosure for a wide variety of animals.It’s one of the best places in the world where to see Black Rhinos. 901 more words
Next morning i woke up early and checked the birds on the nearby area.Rupell’s Long tailed Starling,Superb Starling and a variety of weavers caught my attention quite a while.Afterwards we took breakfast and packed our things into the car. 662 more words
Serengeti National Park is the most famous national park in Africa, renown by hosting the largest mammal migration in the world.Every year hundreds of thousands of wildebeests and zebras migrate from the Serengeti plains to the Mara in search of greener pastures and water. 913 more words