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10 Best Places to Visit in Central African Republic

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Best places to visit in Central African Republic !!! (CAR)

Central African Republic Vlog #018

My 5-day trip to Central African Republic.
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Here are the Top 10 places you must visit in Central African Republic.

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Top 7 Travel Destinations in Africa

Africa is a great travel gem to be discovered, filled with abundant wildlife, diverse aquatic life and some of the world’s best beaches and friendliest people.

Below you'll find my personal favorite places to visit in Africa. Planning your trip around any of these destinations will be worthwhile.

Africa is one of the most popular tourist destinations across the globe.
In fact, it is extremely famous among people who love adventure, nature’s diversity as well as mind blowing landscapes.
A person visiting South Africa simply can’t get enough of the country and wish to return back for more and more.

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Congo Tourist Attractions: 14 Top Places to Visit

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3 Ways I'm Preparing for Central/West AFRICA

TOMORROW, I'm leaving for a massive trip around Central and West Africa to 9 countries -- Namibia, Angola, São Tomé and Príncipe, Equatorial Guinea, Cameroon, Gabon, Chad, Mali & Mauritania.

This trip to Africa has been VERY challenging to plan, tedious to get visas for (5 countries), and extremely expensive to book flights & hotels ($15K+ out of pocket) -- but it's going to be a trip of a lifetime and I CAN'T WAIT to show you places that you've probably never heard of before.

Safety is my biggest concern on this trip, as most of these countries aren't built for tourism and I am going in with all of my camera gear, etc -- so I decided to make this video, which explains 3 ways I am keeping myself safe!

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The 5 Most African-American Friendly Countries

One of the most emailed questions I get to my inbox, is about countries that are African-American friendly. So what exactly does that mean? Watch the video and see!

And while it's important to realize every African-American will have their own unique experience, I just wanted to highlight the most pleasant experiences I've received through my 30 countries of travels (now 65 by the start of 2018).

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Bangui
Bagui is the capital & largest city of the Central African Republic . It is situated on the northern bank of the Ubangi River. It is a very important trade centre. The nightlife & markets here are worth visiting. The presidential palace is a very attractive here. A so called big mosque is a popular place to visit & also a number of museums that document both the colonization of the country as well as the culture of its indigenous people.
Boali waterfalls
It is situated in the town of Boali , a little upstream the main town.It is 164 ft tall & best experienced during the wetter conditions of the weather. Its best to visit this place during the rainy season. The lake is abundant in crocodiles.
Dzanga-sangha National Park
This park is situated in southwest region of the country near the borders with Cameroon & the Republic of Congo. It is one of the most important parks in the country also known as the second largest rainforest in the world. It is distinctive for its thick lowland rainforest & strategic location near the Sangha River. The reserve is home to large species of mammals such as forest elephants, the bongo, chimpanzee, western lowland gorillas, sitatungas, water buffaloes etc.
Manovo-gounda st Floris National Park
This park is located in the northeastern region near the border with Chad. The park is divided into three types of landscape, the flood plain around the Bahr Aouk & Bahr Kameur rivers, the mountainous south & the lowland plains in between. Visitors can see there black rhinoceros, leopards, cheetahs, elephants, lions, giraffes, hippos& buffaloes as well as 320 different bird species.
Zinga
Zinga is a small town lying on the banks of the Oubangui river, which flows through the southern part of the country. It is around 100 km south of Bangui city. Though it is a small town but it is valuable place to visit for tourist. The wooden houses here are great examples of traditional Congo houses. The people of the town are friendly & welcoming to tourists.
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The Central AFRICAN Republic History and ECONOMY

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Central African Republic
The Central African Republic is a landlocked country that is located in Central Africa. It borders Sudan to the northeast, Chad to the north, South Sudan to the south east and the Democratic Republic of Congo to its south. It covers about 240,000 square miles in area and has a population of an estimated 4,4 million people. The capital city of Central African Republic is Bnagui. Two thirds of the country lies Ubangi river basin while the remaining third on River Chari's basin.
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The country is landlocked meaning that it does not have a coastline. Much of its land consists of flat rolling plateau savannah. At 240,000 square miles, the Central African Republic is the world's 42nd largest country. It has am 8% of forest cover which is much dense in the south region.
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The CAR as it is abbreviated relies mostly on agriculture to support its economy. The most common foods cultivated in the Central African Republic are; cassava, peanuts, maize, millet, sorghum and maize among others. The GDP of the country is just over 3%. The country's largest import partner in international trade is South Korea by 20% followed by France and Cameroon among others.
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In 1960, the population of the Central African Republic was just 1, 232,000. However, many years after independence, the population has quadrupled to 4,422,000 according to 2009's estimates by the United Nations. The country is divided into 80 ethnic groups which make up the several languages that are ethnic. The largest is Baya by 33%, Banda by 28%, Mandjia and Sara among others respectively.
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Most of the people in Central African Republic are Christians forming 80% of the entire population. The other part of the population is believed to be affiliated to indigenous beliefs. However, there are Muslim followers who make about 10% of the population as well. This has enabled many missionary groups to set up projects in the region.
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There is free public education in Central African Republic and it actually compulsory for children between 6 years and 14 years. However, almost half of the adult population is considered illiterate.

The capital of Central African Republic is Bangui. The currency of Central African Republic is the CFA Franc BEAC ‡(XAF) Flag of

Central African Republic is an African country


The Country dialling code of Central African Republic is +236, and the TLD (Top-level domain) of Central African Republic is .cf
Map of Central African Republic
Population
4,369,038
Languages spoken in Central African Republic
French, Sango
Animals native to Central African Republic / which animals live in Central African Republic?
Coordinates (in Latitude & Longitude) of Central African Republic
7 00 N, 21 00 E
Kilometers of coastline
0 kilometers
Square kilometers of land
622,984 square kilometers
Square kilometers of water
0 square kilometers
Birth rate
33.52 / 1000 population
Death rate
18.46 / 1000 population
Irrigated land
20 sq km


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The Central African Republic (CAR; Sango: Ködörösêse tî Bêafrîka; French: République centrafricaine pronounced [ʁepyblik sɑ̃tʁafʁikɛn], or Centrafrique [sɑ̃tʁafʁik]) is a landlocked country in Central Africa. It is bordered by Chad to the north, Sudan to the northeast, South Sudan to the east, the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the south, the Republic of the Congo to the southwest and Cameroon to the west. The CAR covers a land area of about 620,000 square kilometres (240,000 sq mi) and had an estimated population of around 4.6 million as of 2016.
Most of the CAR consists of Sudano-Guinean savannas, but the country also includes a Sahelo-Sudanian zone in the north and an equatorial forest zone in the south. Two thirds of the country is within the Ubangi River basin (which flows into the Congo), while the remaining third lies in the basin of the Chari, which flows into Lake Chad.
What is today the Central African Republic has been inhabited for millennia; however, the country's current borders were established by France, which ruled the country as a colony starting in the late 19th century. After gaining independence from France in 1960, the Central African Republic was ruled by a series of autocratic leaders, including an abortive attempt at a monarchy; by the 1990s, calls for democracy led to the first multi-party democratic elections.
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What It's Like Being White in Africa...

In 2018, I've had the pleasure of visiting 21 countries in sub-Saharan Africa. I absolutely love this continent. It offers incredible nature, culture and experiences that you cannot find anywhere else.

In a sense, I feel like traveling Africa is the only real traveling that I've ever done.

That all being said, I cannot ignore the fact that I am treated differently because of my skin color.

I have noticed a lot more scamming and bribery happening to me in African countries than anywhere else. Some of the scariest travel situations I've been in happened to me here, and thus, I need to take extra caution of every decision I make.

I know this post will get a lot of hate mail, and that's okay. I want to hear your opinions, thoughts and suggestions on this subject.

I could lie to you guys and say that Africa is 100% safe as a non-black person, but that's just not the case. Perhaps it would be safer if I didn't travel solo, but I always have.

I have felt racism in Africa the same way that black people feel racism in the U.S., or Asians in Europe, or Hispanics in Australia. The point of this video is that if you physically stand out in any place, you will be treated differently. And I wish someday, in this amazing world of ours, that this will not be the case.

Thoughts? Comments? Suggestions? Have you ever felt racism in your life before?

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Village Food in Central Africa - RWANDAN FOOD and AMAZING DANCING in Rural Rwanda, Africa!

This was an amazing day of learning about Rwandan food and culture!
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I signed up to go on a tour with Azizi Life, and I did the home food tour. It turned out to be even better than I was expecting, and truly a glimpse into rural life and a community in Rwanda. The food, the culture, and the dancing after lunch was one of the highlights of the day!

Muhanga Town - In the morning we first drove from Kigali to Muhanga Town, about an hour outside of Kigali. The green mountain roads were spectacular. Rwanda is known as the land of 1000 hills, and I think that might be an underestimation as there are never ending hills in this part of Central Africa.

After being warmly greeted and welcomed by the community of ladies, we first went to go fetch water. This is something many of us, myself for sure, take for granted. But in the rural countryside of Africa, even in cities, there are many people who have no running water, and when they need water for anything, they must walk to the well or source of freshwater, and carry all the water they need. It’s something to always remember.

Next we got started cooking all the food. Most of the ingredients for the Rwandan feast they cooked were from right there, on the hillside, from the small family farms. We had dozens of different vegetables, and of course - beans which were one of the most important foods of this regions of Africa. It wouldn’t be Rwandan food without beans as I’ve heard! Final dish was akabenz, a famous Rwandan pork dish.

You could taste the freshness of all the ingredients. The food was honestly a little plain for my usual taste buds, but I fully appreciated the natural ingredients, the simplicity of the dishes, and the love poured into each dish.

After eating a giant Rwandan feast, all of a sudden they started breaking out into dance. It was one of the highlights of this entire experience.

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