Month by Month Guide to Africa’s Best Festivals
Posted by: Travel Africa Movement /4720
With 54 countries and island nations, there’s never a shortage of things to do in Africa. Here are some its best festivals.
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Meet Woni Spotts: The First Black Woman to Travel to Every Country in the World
Posted by: Travel Africa Movement /12870
  You’ve probably never heard of Woni Spotts. She hasn’t posted any photos on Instagram. She’s not engaged in the many Facebook travel groups. And she only recently became active on Twitter. But she’s accomplished two historic feats: she was recently recognized as the first black woman to travel to every country and continent in […]
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Do You Really Need Vaccines to Travel to Africa?
Posted by: Travel Africa Movement /18280
The short answer is Yes. Travel vaccinations and medicines are necessary for some African countries. The long answer is much more complicated. Vaccinations help you develop immunity (protection) against diseases before you come into contact with them. Across Africa, and particularly in Sub-Saharan Africa, there is a higher incidence of infectious and communicable diseases due […]
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13 African Countries That You Can Visit Visa-Free as US Citizens
Posted by: Travel Africa Movement /72340
    Africa is a magnificent continent with 54 diverse countries and island nations. Most require visas for foreign visitors, with policies that range from easy online visas or visas on arrival, to those with time-consuming documentation, interview and biometric requirements. Visa costs can also be an impediment for some travelers, with fees ranging from […]
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Planning Your First Trip to Africa
Posted by: Travel Africa Movement /67570
Africa has long been stereotyped as the “dark continent”, a place rife with poverty, disease, and violence. Owing to this negative image, Africa was often overlooked as a desirable vacation destination. Luckily, times are changing. Many have taken a renewed interest in Africa, particularly black Americans and others across the African diaspora. If you’re one […]
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