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  1. Paras Gudka (@ParasChess) says

    Don’t you want to go to “mainland” Africa? When you do, make sure you do Nairobi-Jinja-Kampala-Kigali by bus. 🙂

  2. Debasree Das says

    Do try visiting Zanzibar one of the beautiful island of Tanzania. I have been there a couple of times for business and its a paradise on earth. Beautiful sunset and superb seafood to gorge on!

  3. Debasree Das says

    Ethiopia is one destination, again I would recommend in East Africa, the capital Addis Ababa has a culture that’s so unique, specially Bahir Dar!

  4. Wayne Soares says

    Hi, I haven’t travelled a lot but I’m going to get there. Anyways, I’m new here and love this site so far. I’ve been to Africa and I’d recommend going to Naivasha in Kenya. A place where you quite literally are walking into the wilderness with deer, zebras and giraffes all around you for company. Camping is what is very famous here and again, there’s a special charm attached. Cheers.

  5. Agree with Wayne. I traveled across Kenya for 2 weeks. Besides Mombasa, Samburu and Lake Turkana, have covered a substantial part of it. Must visit. Next time I’ll try to visit Lamu and Mombasa i.e. the coastal part.

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