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Explore the Ancient & Archaeological Pyramids of Sudan in Africa

About the Pyramids

In the north-eastern part of Sudan close to the banks of the Nile are ancient pyramids. Almost two hundred in number, these pyramids are locally known as Nubia. All these are concentrated in a small area which was the ancient burial site of the Merotic Kingdom. They were built almost 800 years after the last pyramid in Egypt was completed.

Explore the hidden beauty of Africa, The Republic of Chad

The Republic of Chad is located in Central Africa and is surrounded by Libya, Sudan, Central African Republic, Nigeria and Cameroon. Ranging from desert areas to fertile lands, Chad is geographically varied. Though the country is quite beautiful but many of the interior areas are still undiscovered by travellers.

Felafel is a common starters found throughout the middle east. It’s country of origin is supposedly Egypt where the idea of making these Felafel balls came for trying to substitute meat. Felafel is usually served with Pita bread with some salads, pickles and tahini based sauces or it could be had just as it is. Check out our super easy recipe below.

Marvel at the architecture and sight of The National Palace, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic 

he National Palace located in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic is one of the most beautiful structure in the city. Designed by an Italian architect Guido D’ Allesandro the building has got a neoclassical architecture coupled with a luxurious layout of gardens over 18,000 square metres.

Explore and Relax at the Port City with Water Fun, Yacht Time, Fortresses and Spanish Architecture - Cienfugos, Cuba

Cienfuegos is a city in southern Cuba known for its neoclassical and Spanish architecture. It is one of the main seaports of Cuba. Its literal translation means “hundred fires” after a sea captain general at the time it changed its name during the 1880’s. It is popularly known as the pearl of the south for its beauty. Cienfuegos is 250 kms away from Havana.

Travel back in time exploring The Ancient City of Sabratha, Libya

The westernmost city of the three cities of Tripolis, Sabratha is an archaeological site desclared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The port of Sabratha was initially established in 500 BC and during that time served as a channel for the products of Africa. The city has undergone a lot of refurbishment over several years.

Travel to the Ancient Oasis City of Djanet, Algeria

Located in southeast Algeria, Djanet is an oasis city. The area has been inhabited since the Neolithic times and there are several rock paintings at the TassiliN’Ajjer National Park close to the town that are worth seeing and describe the history of the area. The whitewashed houses with blue doors line the streets and give an amazing ambiance to the town.

Travel back in time with the Roman Ruins in Apamea, Syria

Apamea often overlooked by travellers to Syria can be one of the main highlights of people visiting the country. Apamea is at a convenient day-trip from Hama and is located in the green hills close to the Orontes Valley. Known for its Roman ruins, Apamea is a wonderful place to visit.

Relax and unwind in the calmness and beauty of Ghadamis, Libya

In south-western Libya is the oasis town of Ghadamis. Located close to the borders of Algeria and Tunisia, the town is a soothing place to relax and enjoy the peace and calmness that it has to offer. The old town area of Ghadamis is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is surrounded by city walls.

Back in Time with the Ancient Archaeological Marvel at Tipasa, Algeria

About 70Km from Algiers along the Mediterranean coast is the archaeological site of Tipasa. The area consists of three sites namely two archaeological parks and the Royal Mauritanian Mausoleum about 11Km south-east of Tipasa. These archaeological sites provide information on the contact between the native civilization and the different colonisations that took place between the 6th century B.C. and the 6th century A.D.

  • Morocco Overview

    The birth country of Ibn Battuta, Morocco is a mesmerizing place to visit located in North Africa. The Islamic expansion in the country began in the seventh century and since then Morocco has seen a lot of changes at the political end. Predominantly a Muslim country, Morocco is a beautiful…
  • Tangier Morocco

    The hometown of Ibn Battuta, Tangier is located in northern Morocco at the western entrance to the Strait of Gibraltar where the Mediterranean and the Atlantic Ocean meet. The acclaimed traveler was born to a Berber Muslim family in 1304 and set out on his journey from Tangier in 1325.…
  • The Ancient Walled City - Fez, Morocco

    Famously known as the ancient walled city, Fez is often compared to Jerusalem. The medieval capital of Morocco, Fez is where Ibn Battuta returned to in 1349 after Hajj. He then left Fez again to visit the lands of Niger across the Sahara Desert. The city was founded in 790…
  • The Ruins of a Charming City - Sijilmasa, Morocco

    Ibn Battuta set out in the autumn of 1351, leaving Fez and traveling across the High Atlas Mountains, to arrive at Sijilmasa. The city was located in present day southeastern Morocco, the ruins of which can be found along the river Ziz in the Tafilalt oasis. The city served as…
  • Couscous, Souks & the Hillside - Visit Taza, Morocco

    A seemingly sleepy city, Taza is an interesting stopover. After departing from Sardinia, Ibn Battuta traveled across Tenes, Tlemcen before reaching Taza in Morocco. This lovely hillside city is located in the northern part of Morocco and is about 120Km from Fez.

  • Travel to Erg Chebbi Sand Dunes

    Adventure Time at the Sahara Dessert with Sand Adventure at Erg Chebbi Sand Dunes, Morocco Located close to the Algerian border towards the south east of Morocco are the Erg Chebbi Sand Dunes. The unusual natural formation and the plateau with black stones appeal visitors. The dunes can easily be visited…
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Morocco Info




A mountainous North African country sharing boarders with Algeria, Mauritania and Spain Morocco owns a land area of 446,550km² and a coastline closer to 1835 km's.


A population of close to 32.5 Million. Muslims account for about 99% of the population.


At morocco Temperature ranges based on the season, Summer average will be around 38°C (100.4°F) While winter average temperature will come down to 21°C (69.8°F). In mountainous areas like Atlas range tend to have minus values throughout most of the year. Northern Morocco experience Rain and a wet season during winter while certain areas at south will be cold and dry.


Arabic and Amazigh are the two official languages. French ,Spanish and Engllish are considerd the main foreign languages.


GMT +0:00


Government: 8:30 AM to 6:30 PM
General: 8:30 AM to 6:30 PM

New year's Day : January 1st
Proclamation of Independence : January 11th
Labour Day : May 1st
Enthronement : July 30th
Qued Ed-Dahab Day : Augest 14th
Revolution of the king and the people : Augest 20th
Green March : November 6th
Independence Day : November 18th

Based on the lunar calandar:
Muharram 1st
Birth of the Prophet  Muhammad


Moroccan Dirham


Police: 117
Medical/Fire: 15


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