7 Days in Rwanda

DO NOT MISS Genocide Memorial Museum, Gorilla Trekking, lunch buffets – it’s a national tradition ITINERARY Day 1: peruse downtown Kigali, visit hotel Mille Colline. Mille Colline is where the actual location of “Hotel Rwanda”… Continue reading

17 Days in Tanzania

DO NOT MISS Mnemba Island national Marine Park, Zanzibar, Ngorongoro Crater ITINERARY Day 1: Arrived previous night in Dar es salaam, take the first morning ferry to Zanzibar. Hitch a ride on a… Continue reading

12 Days in Zambia

DO NOT MISS Victorial Falls! Sunday/Saturday craft markets in Lusaka. ITINERARY Day 1: Arrive in Livingstone. Hop on a sunset booze Cruise. The booze cruise probably won’t worth the value if you don’t drink.… Continue reading

2 Days in Botswana

DO NOT MISS Okavango Delta, Chobe National Park  ITINERARY Day 1: Hitchhike into Botswana, head for Sepopa Swamp Stop to book a boat safari The 2 hour sunset boat ride was nice but… Continue reading

15 Days in Namibia

DO NOT MISS Oysters in Luderitz, Humming dunes of Sandwich Habor, Joe’s Beer House in Windhoek, Swakopmund, Kudus, Ostriches, Baboons, Impala, and tons of animals you can spot just driving along the high… Continue reading

12 Days in South Africa

DO NOT MISS Getting up and close with penguins at Boulders Beach, the Apartheid Museum, taking the scenic train down the peninsula of Cape Town. ITINERARY Day 1: Arrive in Johannesburg, have dinner and sleepover… Continue reading

Crossing the border from Jordan to Israel.

Here’s a quick glimpse of what you need to know: If you are planning on traveling to Lebanon, Syria, among other countries, you will need to avoid getting an Israeli stamp in your… Continue reading

Bussing in the USA: Surviving the Greyhound

While trains provide more comfortable means of non-aerial transportation, they are not necessarily faster and are always more expensive than buses. This makes traveling by bus ideal for travelers on a budget. Out… Continue reading

A Few Tips on Getting the Most out of Your Travel

Walk You miss a lot while traveling on wheels – street vendors, hole-in-the-walls, questionable-yet-curious alleys, etc. Just be aware of your belongings in crowded areas and wear culturally appropriate clothing. Put on thick… Continue reading