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Ambohimanga

Ambohimanga means “Blue Hill” and is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site (due to its significance as a symbol of the cultural identity of the people of Madagascar.). Walk through the Merina kingdom, which is a sacred city, and honor the royal tombs and various places of worship like the Royal Pools Sacrifice Stones. Explore […]

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About Magadascar

Madagascar, an island nation located off the coast of southeast Africa, stands out because of its people, as well as its unique eco-system. The local population is a mix of African and Asian descent (mainly from Malaysia and Indonesia, who were said to have migrated to Madagascar via canoe as far back as 200 BC). […]

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Mount Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro is the tallest mountain in Africa, making it one of the seven summits. It’s very popular with both experienced hikers and first time adventurers, since it is considered to be the easiest of the seven summits. Since Kilimanjaro is a hiking peak (not a mountaineering one), scaling the mountain requires no technical skills […]

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About Kenya

This East African country’s history goes as far as the 1st Century AD, when the Kenyan coast was frequented by Arab traders, who due to its proximity to the Arabian Peninsula, established Arab and Persian colonies there. The Nilotic and Bantu people also migrated into the region during the first millennium AD and settled inland. […]