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Saturday, June 18, 2016

Africa's Five Most Visited Cities

South Africa’s' Johannesburg is Africa’s Most Visited City in 2015 according to MasterCard’s global destination power rankings.



Many of Africa’s cities are changing so rapidly that they are barely recognizable when compared to what they were a decade ago. Below, in order are the top five most visited African cities 2015.



Johannesburg South Africa

South Africa is world famous for producing some of the world’s most delectable wines.
South African wine
Johannesburg or Joburg the City of Gold has over 40 art galleries and is the hub of the fashion industry in South Africa.


Cape Town South Africa

South Africa is world famous for producing some of the world’s most delectable wines. Cape vineyards, where cultivation of grapes dates back to the 1600’s today this is the largest winemaking region in South Africa, and organized wine tourism has become a big business.


Cairo Egypt

Cairo’s priceless pyramids of Giza, Saqqara, Memphis and Dahshur should be on everyone’s bucket list of must-see places to visits before you die. Also on the list are the Egyptian museum, Coptic Cairo, City of the Dead, Saladino's citadel and the Marble Mosque.


Casablanca Morocco

Casablanca Morocco has beautiful buildings in shades of blue in the city of Chefchaouen.
Chefchaouen, Casablanca Morocco
Casablanca Morocco has beautiful buildings in shades of blue in the city of Chefchaouen, the Atlas Mountains, Sahara Desert and camel trekking in the Erg Chebbi sand dunes.


Durban South Africa

Durban also known as eThekweni in the Zulu language has one of the world’s largest aquariums, uShaka Sea World. uShaka Sea World is the fifth largest aquarium in the world where you can swim with the dolphins and watch penguins swim and play.


Did you Know?

The meeting and greeting etiquette in South Africa and Cairo may be different from what you are used to.
A smile is a universal language
The meeting and greeting etiquette in South Africa and Cairo may be different from what you are used to. When dealing with foreigners, most people shake hands while maintaining friendly eye contact and smiling. 

Some women do not shake hands and merely nod their head, so it is best to wait for a woman to extend her hand first. Men may kiss a woman they know well on the cheek instead of giving a handshake. 

Greetings are leisurely and include time for exchanging pleasantries and social discussion.

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