The Republic of Namibia is an African country located in the south of the continent, with the western border being the Atlantic Ocean, while it borders the nations of Angola and Zambia to the north, Botswana to the east, and South Africa to the south. This pristine part of Africa is a very popular tourist destination for nature lovers from all parts of the world, this is the driest country in sub-Saharan Africa. If you are planning a holiday in Namibia, here are a few local attractions to add to your list.
Back in September, myself and two of my friends went to Bangkok! We were there for 4 days and 3 nights and stayed in the Pratanum area at Centre Point Hotel Pratanum.
Click the link below if you want to read more about my review of this hotel! 🙂
From Oslob Whaleshark watching (link to blog here), my friends and I hopped on to the tricycle that we hired and went searching for some beautiful waterfalls! We visited Binalayan Hidden Falls and Aguinid Falls in Samboan, Cebu. Both were around 30 minutes from Oslob.
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Magic and Sorcery? Witchcraft? My friends and I spent a day touring around a magical island called Siquijor. Click the link below to see what we got up to!
If you are planning a surprise romantic weekend away for you and your partner, you certainly wouldn’t be alone, as many couples choose this scenic valley for a secluded weekend surrounded by natural beauty. One highlight is to take a helicopter flight over this amazing region, and with an established helicopter tour company operating from Sydney Airport, you can spend 90 minutes viewing Sydney and the Hunter Valley.
While my friends and I were staying in Dumaguete City, we did a one day tour of Apo Island! It was so fun swimming along with the turtles! We book a hassle free tour through Harold’s Mansion – click the link below to read more 🙂
While we were staying in Dumaguete, my friends and I decided to spend a day tour in Oslob, Cebu. We went whaleshark watching and also visit two nearby waterfalls! Click the link below to read more about my adventure in Oslob. 🙂