Oh we do love a road trip! And what’s the best way to see the USA? The answer can quite simply be summed up in two words: by road. The American road trip is an idea as timeless as the concept of the American dream.
‘From the captivating landscapes of the Outback to the scenic cities of Sydney and Melbourne, there is much to see, do, and explore around this beautiful continent. And yet here's the problem.’ Read on this post by our contributor to learn how to go about travelling Australia to make the most of your time here!
So you've arrived in Kigali and you’re: not sure what to do, can't decide what to do or think that there is not much to do? Kigali is actually filled with interesting experiences and it’s a city that is one of a kind. Its smooth clean streets take you around the groomed grass and flower beds of the city’s centre, or up to the hills through the suburbs where you can see the houses piling up on the slopes. Find out what to do, where to eat, where to shop and where to stay in Rwanda’s amazing capital city.
Nyungwe Forest is a national park in Rwanda, and we decided to call it an Enchanted Forest! This place has its own ecosystem and unique flora and fauna - we loved exploring it. Check out our post in which we tell you all about what’s Nyungwe Forest like, where to stay (including our experience at a 1000+ USD place!) and what to do (complete with prices).
‘A loud splash woke us up after a good night’s sleep. It took us a moment to remember where we were. Once we unzipped our tent, we caught two small eyes looking straight into ours from about 15 metres away…’ Learn more about our incredible time in Akagera National Park - it was the most affordable and unique safari we’ve had!
‘It’s not everyday you meet a married couple backpacking Africa. But after Zach (Australian) & his wife Hanna (Polish) from HandZaround bought my book, that’s exactly what they decided to do. Their story is amazing, and once you start following them & see their photography you’ll understand how they’re getting paid to do it.’ - read our interview originally posted by Backpacking Africa For Beginners.