Mohammed Aziz is a 71-year-old bookseller who has owned his shop in Rabat Medina, Morocco, since 1967. He doesn’t just sell books; he also reads every single one that comes through his shop’s doors. So far, Aziz has read over 4,000 books in various languages, including Arabic, French, Spanish, and English.
Kruger Shalati, located in South Africa’s Kruger National Park, combines some of the exciting aspects of a vacation: a luxury pool, a one-of-a-kind destination, stunning views, and a glimpse of incredible wildlife.
For hundreds of years, Gorée Island, situated three kilometers from the Senegalese coast, functioned as the leading slave-trading hub along the African shoreline. Today, it’s home to the House of Slaves, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and museum dedicated to educating visitors about the effects of the transatlantic slave trade on African people.
Jagged rocks, treacherous waves, and fierce winds have earned Namibia’s Skeleton Coast a notorious reputation as the “Land God Made in Anger.” Over the years, countless ships have met their demise on these unforgiving shores, leaving behind a haunting reminder of the perils that lie in wait. But amidst the wreckage and desolation, there is a glimmer of hope – a unique and captivating destination that beckons travelers from all corners of the world.
From hikers to divers, adventurers of all kinds love to come across a stunning waterfall. However, have you ever seen an underwater waterfall?
Most people associate flowers with soft, feminine bouquets and sculptures with intricate stone carvings. However, South African artist Shannon Clegg is combining the two in her new series, “Bouquet.”
It’s not uncommon for museums to whitewash history. However, the Whitney Plantation Museum in Wallace, Louisiana, labeled by the New York Times as America’s first “slavery-focused museum,” is taking a different approach. Rather than closing over the plantation’s troubling past, the Whitney Plantation embraces it.
Located in Siwa Oasis, which is nine hours outside of Cairo, Adrère Amellal has been described as a “remote eco-lodge.” To be more specific, it’s a handcrafted 40-room hotel that blends perfectly into the desert landscape.
In February, Mantis, a hospitality group with a passion for eco-friendly and conservation-focused travel, announced its latest vacation destination: Founders Railway Carriage, which provides travelers with a chance to vacation in a repurposed vintage train car.
The Deep Ellum neighborhood of Dallas, Texas, is known for its eclectic mix of murals, unique galleries, bars, restaurants, and concert venues. It now has a new claim to fame, though: A tribute to the 300-year-old Ténéré Tree.