Found on the western side of Africa’s Great Rift Valley, Lake Victoria borders the countries of Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda. Continue reading
Interestingly enough, just a short drive from downtown Nairobi can have you in the Nairobi National Park. Continue reading
The Gedi (Gede) Ruins were declared a national park in 1948, and they are one the top tourist attractions in Kenya, especially for those enjoying Kenya beach vacations near Mombasa and Malindi. Continue reading
Kenya has been the subject of many works of art and literature, and without question, the memoirs and the movie Out of Africa have inspired many to dream of Kenya vacations, but even if you haven’t read the book or seen the movie, Kenya is calling. Kenya travel is an amazing thing. Few countries can even dream about matching the Kenyan experience, and should you be fortunate enough to enjoy a holiday in Kenya, you will likely be the envy of many. At least you should be. Boasting bold landscapes, excellent beaches, world-class safaris, and so much more, Kenya is happy to share its bounty with outsiders. Speaking of sharing, you’ll be sharing the Kenyan countryside with some of the most impressive animals on the planet during Kenya trips, and viewing them in the wild is about as ideal as a travel pursuit could ever be.
Sidi Bel-Abbes of the Sidi Bel Abbès wilaya (2005 pop. 590,000), Algeria. It is named after a Muslim holy man who is buried there. It is the commercial center of an important area of vineyards, market gardens, orchards, and grain fields. It is surrounded by a wall with four gates and there is a university there. Sidi Bel Abbès is 75 kilometers from the Mediterranean Sea.
It is well connected to other Algerian cities by roads and railroads. Oran is 70 kilometers north and Tlemcen is 90 kilometers west of Sidi Bel Abbès. The closest airport is in Oran.