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The nations of east Africa with enormous natural resources as well as mixed culture and history are waiting for visitors with varied tastes from around the world.

Africa consists of 52 official and two disputed countries.

Each of these has its own unique culture and history, making them fascinating places to visit.

Mauritania is filled with history and delights to satisfy all the senses.

The beautiful rich orange landscape of the desert which covers most of the country is contrasted with the hustle and bustle of Nouakchott, the capital.

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The City Of Mogadishu

An old city that can be dated back to the 10th century has amazing medieval Islamic structures, such as mosques and tombs. These historic relics are sure to mesmerize tourists. Being close to the sea the city has some great beaches too.

The Cave Art Of Laas Geel

This is perhaps the most famous attraction in the country. It is situated in the vicinity of Hargeisa, Somalia. Here, a series of caves have spectacular rock paintings, showing animals, people, etc. Historians say that these amazing paintings are artworks from 9000 B.C.E. Tourists who are fond of seeing primitive art and culture should not miss this place in Somalia.

The City Of Hargeisa

The primitive caves of Laas Geel are situated near the city of Hargeisa. The most interesting attraction of this city is the Hargeisa Provincial Museum. This museum was founded in 1972. Currently, this museum has a collection of 1400 cultural and art objects.

Explore Uganda!

Murchison Falls

Here, you can witness enormous waters bursting through a narrow gorge before crashing in powerful, roaring cascades. While you are visiting this breathtaking sight, you may also want to explore the surrounding protected territory, that makes up Murchison Falls Conservative Area. Here, you can spot some of Africa’s iconic animals such as African lions, elephants, leopards, giraffes, buffalo and more.

Ssese Islands

A major tourist attraction in Uganda, the Ssese Islands are a group of about 84 islands, dotted along the northwestern shores of Lake Victoria. Each island differs in size, shape and exotic flora and fauna. Here, you can relax amid beautiful scenery, see chimpanzees, walk on white-sand beaches, enjoy horseback riding and interact with the Bantu people, learning about their culture.

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Breathtaking mountain views, lush landscapes and an abundance of African wildlife are just a few reasons, why Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is one of the top places to visit in Uganda. Moreover, it is home to some of the world’s last mountain gorillas.

Planning to Take Photos in the Desert?

We Have Tips!

Catch the Right Light

It’s no secret that photographing in the early morning or late afternoon provides a wonderfully soft light for your images which helps you avoid making them look flat – and the desert is no exception. The soft light can give the sand a beautiful glow.

Point of Interest

One of the main challenges of photographing the desert is to avoid images looking uninteresting. After all, just photographing endless sand isn’t going to make your images stand out. Instead, try to find a point of interest such a shrub, a dune, a palm tree or even people.

Take Photos When The Sun Is Low

The low angle of the sun creates great lighting because the shadows emphasize the shapes and textures of dunes, rocks and desert flora.

Humphrey Whitely

Sales Manager at Deep Think Studio

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