Masoala National Park, Madagascar’s Pride

Maso means “eye” and ala means “forest”, and Masoala can be translated as “eye of the forest”. Masoala National Park of Madagascar is home to the bizarre Aye-Aye. The glowing eyes of Aye-Aye can be a bit spooky, but those golden shiny eyes scored the name Masoala for one of the major attractions of Madagascar….

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Ranomafana National Park, Madagascar

Why visit Ranomafana National Park? With picturesque waterfalls, majestic jungles and a spectacular range of endemic species of flora and fauna you might see nowhere else on the planet, Ranomafana National Park is one of the best tourist destinations that Madagascar has to offer. This national park, in the southeastern part of Madagascar, in Haute…

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Two Different African Dances

Africa is a continent of cultural diversities. Socially, dances play an important role in African communities. While some of these African dances narrate stories, some teaches moral values and social etiquette. Here is a video of two different African dances that I came across while I was in Uganda. October was slightly moist with moderate…

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Marching Ants of Mpanga Forest

During our 28 months stay in Kampala, we had many jovial experiences and a few miserable ones. Our visit to Mpanga Forest is among the sweet memories that we have from Uganda. Though we had several trips to Mpanga due to its proximity to the capital city of Uganda, our first experience in this reserve…

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