Regrann from @tanzaniadestination - On this safari, you'll start in either Tarangire National Park or Lake Manyara before spending three days in the Serengeti National Park following the movements of the wildebeest migration. You'll then finish your drive in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. There's no better way to see the great wildebeest migration in action and see the amazing parks that have made Tanzania so famous. Come and see for yourself the majestic Africa! .
The rebuilding, healing of a Nation, must focus on it's children. I'm so incredibly proud of my brother @cordoh, his new company @susuliberia, and the work they are doing with @nationoneacademy to provide an education to the children of Liberia, and give them the tools for success in life through football (soccer). Watching (via YouTube) these children talk about their dreams of becoming president, doctors, professional footballers, or having careers in agriculture honestly brought tears to my eyes 😢 It's a movement. #thisisafrica#monrovia#liberia
Erongo Mountain Winery is the first winery we visited in Namibia! It is one of only four that I know of in the country. It is located near Omaruru, a more than two hour drive from Windhoek. We toured the winery, and tasted their 2018 Viognier from the tank (delicious), and then tasted through their interesting line up of wine as well as distilled spirits and liqueurs. We learned a bit about the challenges of growing grapes in a desert prone to heavy spring frost. It was a truly original wine tasting experience. Thank you to Esther and Wolf Koll, who were generous hosts, and to Bippi, who took us through the wine tasting! Lunch, prepared by their Michelin-stared restaurant chef, was divine. Namibia is full of surprises! @erongowinery .
We now have “Turkey” as a highlight on our page and you know what that means! We are going next year 💃🏿💃🏿💃🏿💃🏿! So excited to be visiting this country YET again and I can’t wait to show and share with you guys everything I experienced.
A major highlight will be hot air ballooning in Cappadocia. Your Instagram travel bae’s have tensioned you with these photos, now you get to be a part of it. I must warn you, it’s not one of those places you’ll be underwhelmed by. It looks EXACTLY like the photos...truly magical!
Ready for Turkey 🇹🇷 with Naija nomads? Say ayeee 🙋🏽♀️🙋🏿♂️!!!
"Two or three kilometers farther along lies the hulk of the sail ship Eagle, which was beached here in 1861. Nearby the hulk, and almost completely buried by the dunes, are the remains of a meat canning factory, the Deutsch-Westafrikanische Kompanie, which started their operations in 1888 but the low-lying coast and shifting sand bars made Sandwich Harbour a hazardous place for any of these operations"
#flashbackfridays That time we went to Vic Falls and @safariwithnick convinced me to raft the Zambezi. Scroll right for videos. 👉⠀
Slide 2 - I know it appears that I decided to jump out of the raft but I promise you I was tossed 😂 ⠀
There were 19 rapids in total and it took us about 4 hours. These videos are just a few highlights. ⠀
I’ve told this story a couple times lately so thought worth sharing. 😎⠀
With its sultry, bohemian charm, turquoise waters and incredibly envious coastline, Lamu Island may well be Kenya’s ultimate beach hideout. The town is a heady mix of Arabic, Omani and Portuguese influence and a labyrinth of winding alleyway, ornate mahogany doors and elaborate Moorish architecture, perfect for getting lost in. It’s also the ideal place to explore if you want to combine culture with raw, untouched beaches, and the perfect spot to relax after a safari adventure.
Click the link in our bio to find out more about this magical part of Kenya.
I'm somewhere in the middle of Namibia exploring the great African continent and I am missing the best part of Africa, my baby girl. When i look at her, i see all the beauty in the world and it inspires me to live completely, to live like its my last lifetime. She is the great love of my life and I am no longer anxious about what I am here for. With age I have come to see that Love comes in different forms and we are so busy looking for it in this one particular form that we often miss it when it falls right into our arms. Sometimes we miss the one thing we have been yearning for , the one thing you need to be the best version of yourself, even when it's so close you can taste it because we are so fixated on our own expectations and the plans we built for ourselves. And then we cry about why things are not going according to plan like God must compromise His plans for yours. The thing is, your plans are nothing compared to Gods plans, we just refuse to see them unfolding right infront of us. I promise life is better with Gods plans, no matter how different it looks from yours and no matter how long it takes because it is worth the wait.
I thank God everyday for blessing me with the greatest form of love and it was worth the wait. I love you Kairos, my crazy monkey.
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Walking into what is arguably one of the most opulent hotels in Africa. The winter haven of Winston Churchill. A playground for Moroccan Royalty. And now, pitstop for a motley troupe of Minnesotans. Sorry, La Mamounia, for tainting your perfectly polished reputation. #marrakesh#lamamounia#africantravel#morocco
Isn't this gazebo at The Manor House at @FancourtSA near George in the southern Cape wonderful? Take tea, read a book, pass the afternoon in elegance and beauty next to a pond and a luxurious hotel that was originally a private home built in 1859.