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This year marks my 12th year at Goway, and if it were not for my time here employed in the Africa division, it would not have been possible to repeatedly visit the amazing continent of Africa and the unique destinations within it. From the astounding rock-hewn churches of Lalibela in Ethiopia, to the early morning camel ride along the golden dunes of the Sahara in Morocco, and to the unequaled natural beauty of the Serengeti, it truly is a magical place that makes you want to go back again and again.

My favourite places

  • South Africa

    Africa & Middle East

    My first African trip was to South Africa. By far our most popular country, it’s an excellent choice for those looking to visit Africa for the first time, and for those looking to re-visit given the size of the country and all that it has to offer.

  • Tanzania

    Africa & Middle East

    Tanzania is renowned for its magnificent wildlife, scenery, and first-class African safari experiences. Spend time visiting famous UNESCO World Heritage Sites like the Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti National Park, home to the Great Wildebeest Migration.

  • Morocco

    Africa & Middle East

    Exotic is the first word that comes to mind to describe Morocco. Ancient cities, like Fez and Marrakech, exude a mysterious ambiance. Also add to the mix excellent beach resorts, snow-capped mountains, cedar forests, orange groves, and the colourful Sahara Desert.

Did you know?

  • Even the seasoned traveler should make use of a national guide in Morocco. With their connections, he or she can definitely get you a good deal or bargain on local goods and services, especially at Marrakech’s famed Jemaa El Fna Square.
  • Be sure to pack a warm jacket if visiting Namibia in the winter season (late May-late August), as it can get below freezing during the nights and early mornings. Upon my 5am arrival in Windhoek in June, the temperature was sitting at -4 C (24 F).
  • Addis Ababa in Ethiopia is the highest capital city in Africa with an elevation of 2,355m (7,726ft), so don't be surprised if you are out of breath upon your arrival at Bole International Airport.