Tag: Travel

5 Experiences You Need on Your Quito Itinerary

Not sure what to add to your Quito Itinerary? I’ve got you covered. Quito, Ecuador, the city in the “Middle of the World,” is rich in history, has stunning landscapes, and offers the warmest hospitality. I was fortunate to visit with a group of High School students in 2019 and again with 7 other travel…
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3 Reasons to Choose Mara Napa Camps for the Ultimate Maasai Mara Safari

Ladies, are you looking to embark on a safari experience? that not only awakens the spirit but also celebrates the royalty within? Check out Mara Napa Luxury Camps! The Mara Napa Camps safari experience is one that’s not just extraordinary, but deeply rooted in the spirit of empowerment. Mara Napa is the very first Maasai-owned…
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Lamu, Kenya: History, Luxury, and…

Lamu, Kenya anyone? Hey Traveling Black Women! Can you picture an East African escapade that blends history, luxury, and the soul-stirring beauty of the Indian Ocean? That is Lamu. The Lamu archipelago was once a major Arab trading port–including the trading of slaves. As a result, you will notice that Lamu’s population is made up…
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8 Amazing Destinations for Educators in 2024

There are so many amazing destinations for educators to consider in 2024… Here are 8 that I would suggest putting on your list… I will never forget the time I went to Egypt in 2013 and immediately wanted to redo an entire unit I taught in 2006. After being in Egypt, I realized that the…
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How to Unclutter Your Finances & Start Traveling

It’s time to start traveling!!! And, with a few tweaks to your finances, you can! Traveling is the single most valuable resource in the world. While material things break and disappear, a true cultural experience outside of your comfort zone has the power to stretch your mind and change you for the better. Such experiences…
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The Best Time to Visit Mozambique

Mozambique’s mild subtropical climate is definitely worth visiting any time of year. The absolute best time to visit Mozambique, however, is during the dry season. Mozambique, like most tropical to subtropical climates, has two seasons: the dry season and the wet season. Mozambique’s dry season lasts from May to November. During this time you can…
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Easily Getting to Vilanculos (VNX) from the US

Getting to Vilanculos from the US is much easier than it seems. Lengthy, yes, but difficult, no. Let me first start by saying, Maputo – the capital of Mozambique – is a 10 hour drive to Vilanculos (VNX). Flight prices into Maputo are much cheaper than prices into VNX, but don’t be fooled…. You will…
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10 Amazing Things to Do in Vilanculos, Mozambique

Vilanculos, Mozambique is brimming with things to do! Vilanculos, also called Vilankulo in Portuguese – Mozambique’s official language, is a breath-taking beach town on the Southeast coast of Africa. It is located in the Inhambane Province of Mozambique. Vilankulo is truly paradise. White sand beaches, crystal blue waters, and a vibe that is truly feels…
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So long London Eye. Ain Dubai is now the largest Ferris Wheel in the World

DUBAI, DUBAI, UAE, December 29, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The world’s largest Ferris wheel has opened to the public. Located on Bluewaters Island- offering 360-degree views of the Dubai skyline. This monster Ferris wheel rises to a stunning height of approx. 250 meters pushing the limits of engineering – surpassing the 167-meter-High Roller observation wheel in…
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3 Things to Know While Traveling as a Black Woman

By: Satarra Johnson-Kidd Are people there racist? How did people treat you? I don’t think there will be any products you can put in your hair! Did you get a lot of stares? These are just a few of the hundreds of questions I get asked every day whenever I tell people that I am…
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