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Travel Back in Time at Heritage Village in Fujairah

Fujairah

Fujairah has seen a steady rise in the number of tourists visiting it over the years, thanks to its picturesque terrain and great camping sites. Despite all the modernity and influence of civilization, Fujairah has managed to retain its great culture and Arabian heritage, which continues to draw in tourists each year.

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Tangier Nightlife

Tangier City

Tangier once was an outpost for crooks, whores, pimps, murderers, international spies, expat artists and war criminals but today it is a one of a kind destination set atop an enormous hill rising out of the sea. From the tree lined streets that roll through downtown tangier you can look out to Europe over the Strait of Gibraltar – its proximity to Europe is indeed one of the reasons people still flock to the city, whether to head deeper into Morocco or to take a unique vacation not too far from home.

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How to Enjoy Luxurious Activities in Ras Al Khaimah

Ras Al Khaimah

Ras Al Khaimah is one of the principal sheikdoms that form the Persian Gulf state of the United Arab Emirates and it is among the best luxury destinations to visit. The desert state has seen a massive economic growth which has been accompanied by investments in luxury resorts and hotels in this Middle Eastern destination.

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The Art of Being Beirut

Aerial view over Beirut

One of the foremost movements to occur in Beirut in the last ten years is that of an art scene on the rise. Art will find a way no matter the circumstances, and especially in the face of unrest and adversity, the creative endeavors of daring minds are a necessity. When visiting Beirut, you’ll find plenty of beaches and clubs, but sometimes it’s important to immerse yourself in the culture and look at the creative heart beating beneath the beautiful veneer.

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Going to the Mall with Nairobi

Nairobi in the daylight

Nothing is more modern Nairobi than their myriad malls. When you travel on business, you may not have all the time you’d like to see the sights or take a safari tour, but if you want a quick slice of the many stratospheres of a city’s culture, the mall serves a a hub for all the above.

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Abuja: the New and Adventure-filled Nigeria

Abuja Nigeria, largest garden city

Lagos may still be Nigeria’s most populous city, but Abuja, with an urban core of over 775,000 and a metropolitan area of over 2,200,000, is growing into one of the continent’s largest metropolises. At the center of the nation literally and figuratively, this is a great stop for getting a sense of how modern Nigeria is shaping up. Nigeria’s new capital (Lagos held that distinction before 1991) is a planned city, was started from scratch and mostly built during the 1980’s.

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Cameroon: All of Africa in One Border

Cameroon Landscape

The people of Cameroon have been saying it for years. There have been a coupe of overlooked add campaigns, like “Microcosm of Africa,” and something to the effect of, “A whole continent in one country,” but nothing seems to stick.

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