magazine ∣ Issue 14 · Nomad Africa
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Born from a passionate desire to dispel the negative perceptions which the world has held of the African Continent, and to replace it with a positive focus, Nomad Africa magazine celebrates life on the African continent. Covering stories from all countries and all cultures, it strives to include unique tourist attractions, business development, technology and investment opportunities as well as looking at the continent's cultural heritage. Nomad Africa inspires and breeds a conscious, knowledgeable generation of visionaries among our own, and influences positive perceptions and appreciation for the true worth of Africa worldwide.
Welcome TO AFRICA!
AT A GLANCE: MAURITIUS • Besides the awesome beaches and sea; Mauritius is well-known for the people who want to spend quality time just relaxing and having the freedom of a lifetime. The country has a beautiful setting, fresh green land and it is undeniably a gorgeous destination.
THIS YEAR’S GLOBAL TRAVEL TRENDS • The global travel trends Nomad Africa is watching this year will be about travel’s continued rise and evolution despite extreme geo-political and natural events.
HOW TO SPEND FIVE INCREDIBLE DAYS IN THE SEYCHELLES • There’s a reason the Seychelles are often referred to as the ‘Galapagos of the Indian Ocean’; with many of the outer islands made up of coral atolls, while the inner islands, namely Mahé, Praslin and La Digue, are geological havens for rare birds and giant tortoises. Charles Darwin would have an absolute field day.
BEST LUNCH DESTINATIONS ON THE SEYCHELLES • Seychellios seafood curries are the biggest hit and a must try when you are visiting the Seychelles. The Seychelles comprises of over 100 islands and all of them have a special receipe to their seafood curry and cuisines.
LEARNING TO KITESURF IN LANGEBAAN • The sand was thrashing my face and stinging my legs. My hair was flapping about like the battered flags that lined the beach and I couldn’t believe that we were actually going ahead with this idea.
MY JOURNEY TO THE NATION OF A THOUSAND HILLS • If someone asked you, “What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when I say, ‘Rwanda’?” there would be a high chance you would reply with just one word: “Gorillas”. And nobody would blame you, because along with Uganda on its northern border, close encounters of the gorilla kind have long been Rwanda’s biggest tourist drawcard, luring animal-lovers and adventure-seekers chasing their Dian Fossey moment from all across the globe.
TSITSIKAMMA AN ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIME • What started off as a week of uncertainty turned into an experience of a lifetime. I overcame my fears, did things out of my comfort zone and most of all-enjoyed myself. Tsitsikamma, nestled in the Eastern Cape of South Africa, is definitely a place to visit if you are looking for fun and adventure;- whether you are with your family, friends or your partner.
IS IT SAFE TO TRAVEL TO ZAMBIA ON YOUR OWN? • Thinking of backpacking to Zambia? Can you do it alone? Is it safe for women to travel on their own for the first time? Well, Zambia, like many African countries is a wonderful destination to visit. With Victoria Falls on one side and safaris on the other, there is certainly lots to see and do in this beautiful country.
TROKOSI PRACTICE IN GHANA THE WAY OF THE GODS? • In certain communities in the West Africa, underage girls are handed to the shrine for a sin they didn’t commit, but a sin that was committed by a family member. Girls here will be forced to do activities, chores and are sexually abused by the serving priest. Trokosi is a traditional practice that many believe and follow.
4 COMMON MISTAKES COMPANIES MAKE WHEN BOOKING TRAVEL • Would you balance your business accounts...