The climate of Mauritius: when to go to Mauritius

The climate of Mauritius is tropical warm, tempered by the trade winds from the southeast. The direction from which the trade winds greatly influence the amounts of rain falling on the island, the eastern part of the island is considerably ...

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Mauritius tourist attractions: what to see in Mauritius

The island of Mauritius is one of the tropical paradises of the Indian Ocean, the island is full of tourist attractions. The island is known for attractions such as its sea and beaches. But Mauritius offers tourists much more, its ...

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Mauritius: the island of sugar cane and beaches

Mauritius is an island in the Indian Ocean, lying 900 km off the eastern coast of Madagascar. The island of Réunion is only 200 km to the south-west. The capital is the city of Port Louis, located along the northwest ...

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The climate of Madagascar: when to go to Madagascar

Madagascar, the large island alongside the coasts of East Africa, has a climate that varies according to latitude and altitude. In the country there are three main climatic areas: in the highlands of the interior of the island the climate ...

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Madagascar: the red Island, the land of contrasts

Madagascar is a large island located in the Indian Ocean 500 km to the east of the African coast of Mozambique. It is after Greenland, New Guinea and Borneo the largest island of the world. The national capital is the ...

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The climate of Libya: when to go to Libya

Libya has two main types of climate, the Mediterranean climate along the coast, and the desertic climate in the rest of the country. Along the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, summers are hot and dry with average temperatures around 30 ...

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Libya: ancient Roman cities, desert and petroleum

Libya (Libīya) is a people’s republic in North Africa, of which Tripolis is the capital. It used to be an Italian colony. The country is limited to the north by the Mediterranean Sea and bordered to the north-west by Tunisia, ...

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The climate of Kenya: when to go to Kenya

The climate of Kenya, due to its geographical position, is above all an equatorial climate. Despite this, however, only the coastal area has the characteristics of this type of climate. That is, constant temperatures and high humidity. Further away from ...

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Kenya: deserts, mountains, lakes and savannahs

Kenya (Jamhuri ya Kenya/Republic of Kenya) is a presidential republic of East Africa. The country is located in the south-east on the Indian Ocean and bordered to the south by Tanzania, to the west by Uganda, to the north-west by ...

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The climate of Eritrea: when to go to Eritrea

The climate of Eritrea is arid and dry, but due to the huge height differences between the coastal region and the highlands of the interior, the country can be divided into two climatic regions. A DRY AND WARM CLIMATE IN THE ...

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Eritrea: a country of sea, plateaus and deserts

Eritrea (Ertra/State of Eritrea) is a presidential republic of North-East Africa. It is bordered to the north-east and east by the Red Sea, to the south-east by Djibouti, to the south by Ethiopia and to the north-west and west by ...

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Cairo: one of the oldest Islamic cities

Cairo is the capital of Egypt, and one of Africa’s largest metropolitan areas, with a population of over 17 million inhabitants. The city stands in a flat area along the Nile river, between the river and the desert, just upstream ...

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The climate of Egypt: when to go to Egypt

The climate of Egypt has two seasons, a mild winter between November and April and a hot and dry summer from May to October. The country is largely desert, only on the narrow belt crossed by the Nile river cultivations ...

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Egypt: the most fascinating civilizations of antiquity

Egypt (Misr al-Jumhuriya al-‘Arabiya) is a presidential republic of northeastern Africa, which also includes the Sinai peninsula in Asia. The country is washed by the Red Sea to the east and by the Mediterranean Sea to the north. It is ...

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The climate of Djibouti: when to go to Djibouti

The climate of Djibouti is desert climate, arid with low rainfall and high temperatures throughout the year. The high temperatures and dryness are the two main characteristics of the climate of Djibouti. From the climatic point of view there are ...

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Djibouti: salt lakes and volcanic activity

Djibouti (Jumhuriya Jibuti/République de Djibouti/Republic of Djibouti) is a republic of East Africa. To the east it is washed by the Indian Ocean (Gulf of Aden) and bordered to the north by Eritrea, to the west and south by Ethiopia ...

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Climate of the Comoros Islands: when to go to the Comoros

Located south of the equator, between the African coast and Madagascar, the Comoros islands have a tropical maritime climate, characterized by two distinct seasons based on rainfall. The Comoros islands in fact have a hot and humid season between December ...

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Comoros islands: volcanic islands in a tropical environment

The Comoros Islands (Union des Comores/Udzima wa Komori) is a federal republic of East Africa, whose capital is Moroni. Having been a French colony, the archipelago is located in the Indian Ocean north of the Mozambique Channel between Madagascar and ...

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Climate of Cape Verde: when to go to Cape Verde islands

The Cape Verde Islands are located in the tropical climate zone, they have a type of semi-desertic tropical climate tempered by the trade winds blowing constantly. Temperatures vary little during the year, the maximum average temperatures vary between 30°C and ...

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Cape Verde: an archipelago of volcanic islands

The Islands of Cape Verde (Cabo Verde) are an archipelago of volcanic origin located 600 km to the west coast of Africa. The islands were discovered in the fifteenth century by Portuguese navigators. At that time the islands were uninhabited ...

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The climate of Cameroon: when to go to Cameroon

The climate of Cameroon is tropical, in the south-west of the country the climate is equatorial, hot and humid, with persistent rain throughout the year, but going towards north the climate becomes drier. The rains vary from area to area, ...

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Cameroon: from equatorial forests to savannas

Cameroon (République du Cameroun/Republic of Cameroon), is a presidential republic in Western Central Africa with Yaoundé as its capital. It used to be a German colony and was handed by four fifth to France and by one fifth to Britain ...

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The climate of Burundi: when to go to Burundi

The climate of Burundi is an equatorial climate of altitude. This is due to the altitude at which the country is located, which varies between 772 meters and 2,684 meters. This type of climate presents considerable differences in temperatures between ...

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Burundi: green cultivated highlands, lakes and forests

Burundi (République du Burundi/Republika y’Uburundi) is a presidential republic of Central Africa, whose capital is Bujumbura. It used to be a part of German East Africa, became a League of Nations Mandate entrusted to Belgium after the First World War ...

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The climate of Burkina Faso: when to go to Burkina Faso

The climate of Burkina Faso is tropical, characterized by high temperatures and divided into two seasons: a dry from November to March and a rainy season between April and October. Within the country there are three distinct climatic zones, divided ...

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Burkina Faso: savannas, crafts and traditions

Burkina Faso is a semi-presidential republic in West Africa, which has Ouagadougou as its capital. This former French colony is bordered to the north and west by Mali, to the east by Niger, to the south by Benin, Togo, Ghana ...

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The climate of Botswana: when to go to Botswana

Botswana has a semi arid climate – dry with low rainfall – with warm temperatures in the summer and cool in winter, with significant variations in thetemperatures both seasonal and between day and night. The high temperatures undergo variations between ...

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Botswana tourist attractions: what to see in Botswana

Botswana is a country known for the presence of vast natural areas where a multitude of animals live in its natural state. In particular, among the most famous tourist attractions of Botswana is the area of the so-called Okavango Delta. ...

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Botswana: wildlife, wetlands and drylands

Botswana (Republic of Botswana) is a presidential republic of Southern Africa. It used to be a British protectorate. The capital is Gaborone. The country is landlocked. It borders to the north and west with Namibia, to the north with Zambia, ...

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The climate of Benin: when to go to Benin ?

Benin ‘s climate is tropical, hot and humid, because of the extent of the country from north to south, Benin can be divided into two climatic zones: in the north the climate is tropical with a single rainy season, while ...

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