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Afrique du Sud

Afrique du Sud

You’d be hard pressed to find a better value vacation destination than South Africa, especially one with as developed and sophisticated a tourist industry. Thriving tourist facilities offer luxury and adventure in equal measure, from dynamic cities like Cape Town and Johannesburg, to natural wonders in the Drakensberg Mountains, to wildlife encounters in countless game parks. The Zeitz Museum of Contemporary African Art (MOCAA), pegged to become one of the world’s finest, is just the newest example of the fine cultural offerings in South Africa. Add to that the world-renowned wine production and daring cuisine to complete one of the world’s most thrilling destinations.
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Algérie

Algérie

With its breathtaking Mediterranean Sea coastline, the desert landscape of the Sahara region and incredible mountains, Algeria is the perfect destination for a unique adventure. Visit perfectly preserved Roman towns or join a desert safari and witness the most beautiful sunrises and sunsets in the world. Algerians are known for their warm and welcoming attitude to travelers, which, combined with the North African country's natural riches, makes it a rewarding place to travel to.
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Égypte

Égypte

Modern Egypt is where one of history’s greatest civilizations once emerged and flourished, which grand ancient monuments of today – the likes of Giza pyramids, the Great Sphinx, and the Luxor Temple – stood to witness. A cruise down the country’s lifeline, the great Nile, grants access to some of Egypt’s most revered archaeological treasures, while the Red Sea floor harbours incredible biodiversity, all within easy reach of holidaymakers from the eastern Riviera.
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Maroc

Maroc

Morocco is Africa’s gateway to Europe, and it is the only African nation to share its coastline with both the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. Its culture is a characteristic blend of Arab and Berber, which, along with its colonial past, make Morocco what it is today. Soak up the atmosphere in the streets of Marrakech, where you can try out your haggling skills at Djemaa El-fna market. Don’t forget to explore the magnificent Atlas mountain range that slices its way across the country from east to west – fit for both hikers and bikers. Visit an Amazigh village and get to know the traditional Berber way of life. Take a trip along the coast, stopping at the old port of Essaouira, the resort city of Agadir and the classic Casablanca. Or venture out into the Sahara Desert where you are sure to make friends with some very unique hoofed mammals. Morocco is a diverse land of many languages, cultures and identities, which welcomes visitors with its characteristic hospitality.
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