A New Touch of Africa

Wander Africa

Discover Africa’s prettiest niches and elegant geographical endowments in this travel log series.
Lust for wonder, get lost in beauty.

Pablo Escobar's Hippos: The biggest herd outside Africa

Pablo Escobar’s Hippos: The biggest herd outside Africa

Colombian drug lord, Pablo Escobar, had a thing for hippos. The hippos at his former estate are arguably the biggest herd outside Africa according to environmentalists in the country. They are now being sterilised — treated with a chemical to render them infertile by the Colombian government. Escobar, who was believed to be one of …

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Traveling Around Africa With Thelma Ahamba

Traveling Around Africa With Thelma Ahamba

Thelma Ahamba is passionate about community service — impacting lives through her mentorship program. She’s a Liberian raised in Ghana and got married to a Nigerian. She embodies Africa in many forms and was recently nominated as LinkedIn Influencer of the Year by Pulse Ghana. One of her favorite places is the beach. In her …

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Discovering Africa's Creativity in Nairobi's Market

Discovering Africa’s Creativity in Nairobi’s Market

While we continue to explore Kenya, after enjoying nature and all it has to offer from waterfalls to unending sight of beautiful animals and plants in a piece with Beatrice Ani, we took a walk through the markets in Nairobi to find amazing artworks, clothes, bracelets, and so much more displayed for sale. Some of …

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Beatrice Ani and Her Dreams of Exploring Africa

Beatrice Ani and Her Dreams of Exploring Africa

Beatrice Ani, a Nigerian, is a customer support expert with a great commitment to facilitating business profitability. Beatrice Ani is a graduate of communications, and  at Nexford University, she is currently studying for her MBA on Doing Business Across the World. In Nairobi, Kenya, she’s basking in all the pleasure nature has to offer. The …

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The Art of Making Papyrus, Writing And Painting Still Alive

The Art of Making Papyrus, Writing And Painting Still Alive

If this article was to be written in the ancient times, it would be on papyrus — a Latin word which gave birth to “paper”. North African farmers should be praised for preserving the papyrus water plant which is turned into sheets for writing, paintings, and rope making by artisans. “Tourism never dies,” said Ashraf …

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Lamont and Adilah’s Never Return Trip to Africa: A Wander Africa Special.

For some African Americans and those in other parts of the world visiting Africa is beyond boarding a plane to see elephants and lions. It is a journey for discovery and the strong desire to revisit history. Lamont and Adilah Muhammad from Atlanta has found home in Rwanda and has chosen to remain with their …

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The Statue of Queen Moremi: An Immortalized Legacy

Whether considered a non-fiction or not, the legacy of Moremi Ajasoro is remembered by the Yorubas in Africa and diaspora for her courage in fighting for the freedom of her people. Tales have it that the people of Ile-Ife, the motherland of the Yorubas, were enslaved by a neighbouring tribe called the Ìgbò also known …

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