Middle East & Africa

Middle East & Africa Attractions

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Jamestown

Travelers in search of Accra’s colonial past will likely find themselves in the streets of Jamestown, a densely-populated fishing village located to the west ...  Read more

Kalahari Desert

The famous Kalahari Desert spans some 900,000 square kilometers of desolation between the borders Namibia and Botswana. Its semi-arid savannah is home to ...  Read more

Kejetia Market

Kejetia Market, the commercial heart of Kumasi, is considered the largest open-air market in West Africa. Each day, some 12,000 stalls open for business, ...  Read more

Kumasi Fort and Military Museum

In 1820, Ashanti king Osei Tutu Kwamina built the Kumasi Fort in the likeness of forts built by European merchants in Africa. After being destroyed by the ...  Read more

Lake Bosumtwi

Lake Bosumtwi, Ghana’s sole natural lake, was formed in a meteorite impact crater 17 miles (27 kilometers) southeast of Kumasi, and dozens of small villages ...  Read more

Luxor Museum

While the size of its collection can’t rival the treasures of Cairo, Luxor Museum is renowned as one of the thoughtfully assembled displays of antiquities ...  Read more

Makola Market

Stationed in the heart of Accra, this bustling market’s kinetic vibe has an energy that’s uniquely its own. Whether it’s discarded car parts, fresh produce, ...  Read more

Marangu Village

Eager trekkers embarking on Mount Kilimanjaro’s less strenuous route will likely find themselves in the quiet village of Marangu on the eastern side of this ...  Read more

Masai Mara National Reserve

Kenya’s most popular nature reserve is renowned for its impressive number of big cats, most notably lions, though you may spot the odd cheetah as well. The ...  Read more

Mohammed V Square

Along with the neighboring United Nations Square to the north, the Mohammed V Square forms the central hub of Casablanca’s new town and is home to some of the ...  Read more

Moshi

Tucked amid the scenic slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro, Moshi is one of the smallest—and also one of the most beautiful—municipalities in the country. This tiny ...  Read more

Mount Kenya

The volcanic peak which gave Kenya its name is second only to Kilimanjaro among Africa’s highest points. Not surprisingly it is predominantly hiking and ...  Read more

Nakasero Market

On the south side of Nakasero Hill, one of the most prestigious neighborhoods in Kampala, sits the huge and chaotic Nakasero Market. While the top half of the ...  Read more

Namib-Naukluft National Park

Namib-Naukluft National Park—one of the most photographed (and visited) destination in the entire country—straddles the Namib Desert, what’s considered by ...  Read more

Old Fadama (Agbogbloshie)

Spanning approximately four acres of decrepit wetlands just beyond Accra city limits, the slum of Old Fadama—also known as Agbogbloshie—is home to some 40,000 ...  Read more

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