As one of the fastest growing tourism destinations in East Africa, Rwanda’s rich heritage, culture and natural resources offer a full range of travel experiences including eco-tourism site that are both dynamic and sustainable. The experiences for travelers are not simply the amazing National museums, Arts Crafts but include local foods and drinks, remarkable Genocide memorial areas, Volcano National Park including tracking Mountain Gorilla, Canopy walk, climbing mount kigali and sports.
Accra is the capital and most populous city of Ghana, with an estimated urban population of 2.27 million as of 2012.
Aside from being the capital of Egypt and largest city of the Middle East, Cairo is a vibrant place that is enriched with the culture and diversity of its inhabitants.
Kara is a city, a region and a river in beautiful Togo. If you visit Togo, please accept our invitation and come to the north of our country as well.
Kpalimé is situated on a beautiful plateau in the eastern part of Togo.
In fact, we live only 15 km from the Ghanaian border and little over 100 km from our capital Lomé.
The local tourism thrives on the involvement of Lomé Greeters anxious to discover the country linking the iconic places and places little or not at all known to visitors.
Discovering people with traditions. Based on gratuity, voluntary work and cultural exchange, the Greeter activity creates links between Antananarivo and its visitors who immerse themselves in the city.