- 1South Africa192 reviews
Possibly (ok, PROBABLY) the world's most beautiful city, Cape Town is the cosmopolitan heart of southern Africa. Five-star dining, five-star shopping, five-star nightlife, and one of the most colorfully mixed cultures on Earth make it a stunning place to explore for a week or more. This, however, is just the beginning. With the 1000-meter colossus of Table Mountain looming above ...
- 2Egypt269 reviews
Dirty and hectic but absolutely full of charm. Cairo is a melting pot for Egypt and for the Middle East. Conservative and liberal. Islamic and Christian. Ancient and modern. The food here is exceptional and there is incredible atmosphere everywhere you turn. The touts and pollution might convince some to knock Cairo back a few stars but they are all ...
- 3Egypt66 reviews
Luxor has some amazing historical sights that should not be missed! Valley of the Kings was especially fascinating.
- 4Egypt97 reviews
Pretty horrid to be honest! It does what it says on the tin, sun, sea and sand, with constant heckling from people selling their wares of their restaurants. It's best to get out and about and do as many day trips as possible. We did a full day snorkelling and went quad biking in the desert. Both were far better ...
- 5Morocco53 reviews
Casablanca est une très belle ville. mais elle est trop peuplé.. donc il faut s'attendre à des embouteillagesde partout.
- 6Morocco180 reviews
Take a desert excursion from Marrakech to Erg Chebbi sand dunes for an experience to remember, you will have a short but full impression of this area of Morocco with its Mountains, Gorges, Valleys, Kasbahs, Rivers, Oases, and Sand Dunes. Not to mention the splendour of the night sky, the Sunset, the Sunrise and the hospitality of the people in ...
- 7Tunisia102 reviews
- 8Zimbabwe39 reviews
The town of Vic Falls used to be incredible and had lots of character. During the worst of the economic crisis, so much shut down and it just got depressing. I haven't been there since things in the country have improved but, I've heard from others that it's starting to look like its old self again. As far as the ...
- 9South Africa36 reviews
"The Top Destination" for a self drive safari experience in Africa! Take a walk on the wild side - self drive, stay in Superb National Park accommodation and experience the "real Africa".
- 10Egypt38 reviews
Beautiful city with beautiful hotels!
- 11Tanzania12 reviews
From what I remember we stopped here in between game parks to get some provisions and to look if so inclined for souvenirs. Which I didn't, though I do remember being swarmed by locals and having to "politely" request some space.
- 12South Africa17 reviews
A lot of administrative buildings, this city is designed for government business not tourism.
- 13Tanzania30 reviews
Zanzibar feels like another world, one scented with cinnamon, drenched in sugar cane juice, populated with dhow (carved wooden boats) and women dressed in the traditional bui-bui. A trip to Zanzibar is well worth the two-hour ferry ride or puddle-jump in a plane to savour its spicy delights.
- 14Egypt68 reviews
We went to this port city as an entry to Cairo. The location of the port is not that great but the city itself is very nice. The drive to Cairo is quite long so make sure you plan accordingly.
- 15Morocco27 reviews
- 16Morocco27 reviews
This lovely little town has a great vibe and is far less chaotic than Marrakech. The proximity to the ocean makes for an instant vacation and the mix of bohemian and chic gives the city unexpected glimmers of sophistication. Highly recommended and a great contrast to Marrakech. Near the ocean so you'll find good seafood and surf but don't expect ...
- 17South Africa15 reviews
A lovely city with the lovely people
- 18Kenya40 reviews
Come here during the low season and be rewarded by practically having the whole place to yourself. The great migration is a popular season to visit and also the high season, but come during the low season and get up close and personal with some of the wildlife without having to elbow a spot in the jeep. Either way, it ...
- 19Egypt32 reviews
- 20South Africa80 reviews
Understand this, first off: if you know someone in Jo'burg who can show you around, take you to the cool spots and restaurants and parties, you'll have a great time. If, on the other hand, you come on your own, you'll likely find this denucleated, sprawling city with its crime-ridden center and aggressive car culture rather unpleasant. Being lucky, I ...