The heart of the Rif, the Moroccan mountain range that runs parallel to the Mediterranean Sea, hides Chefchaouen, a small village that looks like it has just come out of a tale from One Thousand and One Nights.
Blyde River Canyon, in the eastern part of South Africa, thanks to its length of 50 kilometers (~31 miles), its depth of 750 meters (~2460 feet) and its surface of 260 square kilometers (~100 square miles) is the third largest canyon in the world, behind the Grand Canyon in the USA and the Fish Eagle Canyon in Namibia.
If a country in the world could boast of having all God’s creations enclosed in its boundaries (diverse sceneries, ancient granitic hills, desert, coral reefs, wildlife, history and different cultures), then Kenya is that country. Each day offers you a new experience! Wildlife splendor ranges from the famous Big five…