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Coco de Mer

Coco de Mer: How to ‘Escape’ Seychelles With the Iconic Fruit

By ‘Sandra Bonnelame “…legend has it that on a night lit by a full moon, in a tiny jungle forest on the isle of Praslin in the Indian Ocean archipelago of the Seychelles, a rather bizarre mating ritual takes place between the forest’s principal inhabitants. Below the canopy, the jungle is enveloped in a misty […]

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Cyclone Belal

African Day of Seas and Oceans: Implementation of Blue Economy Continental Strategy

By Betymie Bonnelame The adoption and implementation of Africa’s Blue Economy Continental Strategy indicate that the continent is responding to a  global call urging humanity to review and rethink the manner it operates within its natural environment. The statement was made by Seychelles’ President Wavel Ramkalawan in his address on the occasion of the African Day of Seas and

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Honeymoon in Zanzibar III: Exploring Changuu Island & Ras Nungwi

By Ramat Chukwumah We decided to spend our third day at Changuu Island (Prison Island), a small island off the coast of Zanzibar (the main island itself). One gets to the island by taking a boat from Stone Town and the ride was about 30 mins. *For the preceding part of this story, click here. The beach on Prison

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From East Africa to West Africa: A Kenyan Girl in Cotonou

By Maureen Murimi “Bonjour Madame. Bienvenue à Cotonou. Qu’est ce qui vous amène?” These are the first words that welcome me to Cotonou, Bénin, a small country located in the francophone part of West Africa. “Je suis désolé. Je ne parle pas français,” I respond. This is the only line I had memorized to get me

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Honeymoon in Zanzibar II: Swimming With Dolphins at Kizimkazi

By Ramat Chukwumah The next day, we were scheduled to visit Kizimkazi, a fishing village in the southern part of Zanzibar (Stone Town is on the West Coast). The village is famous for activities like snorkeling and swimming with dolphins. Our hotel manager made all the arrangements for us and most of the time people go in groups

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Introducing Anniey Mwangi

We are delighted and proud to announce that one of Africa’s emerging young voices in the world of travel and tourism, Anniey Wanjugu Mwangi has joined the Walk For Love Africa® team as a contributor. Anniey will share her thoughts on topics that include: conservation, sustainable tourism, travel trends, destination marketing and more. A passionate tourism and

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South Africa-Nigeria Trade and Investment Roundtable Holds in Lagos

South Africa-Nigeria Trade and Investment Roundtable was held today with a call from stakeholders to improve the ease of doing business and eliminate immigration bottlenecks between South Africa and Nigeria. In attendance were international businessmen and women, industrialists, investors, and captains of industries. Hosted by the South African Consulate in Lagos, the event is part

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