The colorful Nubian village is located in Nubia, a region along the Nile River between Aswan, Egypt and Khartoum, Sudan. Find out everything you need to know about visiting the Nubian people & Nubian culture here.
Mykonos is known for its super-stylish hotels, great beaches and summer party atmosphere.
Do you want to explore the sun-kissed Greek island of Santorini? This travel guide will provide you with all the information you need to know.
The buzzing metropolis of Bangkok has been the capital city of Thailand since it was moved from Ayutthaya after the Burmese invasion in 1768.
Uganda could be considered a ‘Primate Trackers’ paradise as it is home to 13 different species of diurnal and 6 kinds of nocturnal primate. They can be found in many of the parks throughout Uganda.
Turkey has a long a varied history which dates back as far as 50,000 years where evidence of habitation can be found within a cave at Karain, north of modern day Antalya.
The National Park covers an area of approximately 1978km² and was named after Queen Elizabeth II to commemorate her visit in 1954.
The official language of Turkey is Turkish, which is spoken by approximately 90% of the population. Other minority languages are Kurdish, Arabic, Circassian, Greek and Armenian.
Kenya’s Game Reserves and National Parks are some of the best safari parks in the world. An essential part of any holiday to Kenya, game safaris are an unforgettable experience that you won’t want to miss.
Beirut is the capital of Lebanon and has a population of approximately 2.1 million. The city has a history dating back more than 5000 years and has been under the rule of many empires.
Tanzania has more land dedicated to national parks and reserves than any other wildlife destination in the world. From rolling grassland, unspoilt coral reefs, these national treasures are all protected by law.