Africa

Under $100 / Africa
Mar 23, 2018

Under $100: Fes, Morocco

Fes is often considered the cultural capital of Morocco. The city’s wealth of fine dining, medieval architecture, vibrant marketplaces and friendly people make it the perfect place to spend 24 hours. Cruising by on a budget of $100 isn’t easy, but certainly doable.

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Under $100 / Africa
Jan 18, 2018

UNDER $100: Tangier

The city of Tangier is located in the northern tip of Morocco where the Mediterranean and Atlantic meet. It boasts an air of exotic mystery, history, unspoiled beaches and more. Some of the best things to explore in the city are either free or of little cost. We’ve compiled a list of sights, activities and more for you to check out while you’re traveling through Tangier on a budget.

Under $100 / Africa
Jan 12, 2018

Under $100: Fes, Morocco

Fes, the second-largest city in Morocco, is nicknamed the “Mecca of the West” and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It may not be the capital city, but it is referred to as the country’s cultural and spiritual capital, bringing the best of Morocco’s vibrant food, traditions and architecture together. It is the oldest of Morocco’s imperial cities and is rising as a popular destination over the well-known city of Marrakesh.

Under $100 / Africa
Oct 23, 2017

Under $100: Lusaka, Zambia

Lusaka is quickly becoming one of the hottest destinations on the African continent. The capital city of Zambia is bustling with energy and boasts a modern and cosmopolitan appeal with a rich nightlife, top-notch dining and a plethora of things to see and do.

Under $100 / Africa
Oct 17, 2017

Under $100: Dodoma, Tanzania

Dodoma is considered the capital city of Tanzania, but did you know the government spends next to no time there? Due to environmental factors, it was decided moving the government there from Dar es Salaam was too much trouble. That, however, doesn’t mean Dodoma isn’t worth exploring.