Indie Travel in Mozambique for $45 Per Day

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Mozambique has some of the most beautiful beaches, best diving and off-the-beaten-path adventures that Africa has to offer.

Indie Travel in Malawi for $25 Per Day

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Often referred to as ‘the warm heart of Africa,” Malawi lives up to its nickname in all respects. From stunning to supremely friendly locals, combined with its low daily budget and relative ease of travel, Malawi is a great place to start off your African love affair.

Rock Climbing and Trekking in Andringitra, Madagascar

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Travel to Andringitra national park in Southern Madagascar means incredible landscapes, the lure of adventure sports, and a homegrown tourism industry that assures Indie travelers will be giving back and making a difference in the lives of those they meet along the way.

The Nairobi Backpackers’ Experience

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Often visitors view passing through Nairobi as a necessary weigh station on their way to a safari or the beach; however, the city has many attractions and amenities that merit a second glance.

The Hunt for the “Real Africa”

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Many people travel to Africa in hopes of capturing the continent’s unique natural beauty and getting a taste of it’s traditional cultures….but is that all there is to traveling in Africa?

Surfing Spots in Capetown

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Cape Town has been one of the hottest tourist destinations of today and many people are dying to come over and have a glimpse of its wonderful and natural beauty. Nikko Marasigan could help you get the best adventure in extreme water sports by providing you some of the best surf spots in Capetown City that every out-going adventurers should know about.

Saving Kenya’s Black Rhinos

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For an “on-the-ground” wildlife experience, Dawn Kane recommends the Earthwatch tour “Saving Kenya’s Black Rhinos” in Kenya.

A Blonde Obrouni in Ghana

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Described as the “Africa for Beginners”, Krissy proves that even the most beginner “Obrounis” will feel welcome in the unorthodox country of Ghana.

Desert Driving in the Land of Open Spaces – Namib Desert, Namibia

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Want to get away from it all? Barney Lyons shares some experiences about how to escape from the rat race for a while and best enjoy the open spaces of Namibia….

Valley of the Whales – Fayoum Province, Egypt

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Treading the desert to explore an ocean bed that is rich with 40 million year-old whale skeletons and other extinct creatures is a unique experience. Azza Abdel Aziz tells you more about the Valley of the Whales in the western desert of Egypt; a world heritage site that narrates an unrivaled story about the evolution of species in an open air museum.