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10 Best Places to Visit in Western Sahara


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Home to much more than just safaris and the pyramids, Africa is both the second-largest and second most-populous continent on Earth. While beautiful beaches and rugged cliffs line its long coastline, its vast interior encompasses everything from mountains and deserts to tropical rainforests and the Nile river. Home to a vast array of different cultures and languages, Africa offers an intoxicating mix of old and new, as many of its age-old traditions and customs still survive to this day. Here’s a look at the best countries to visit in Africa:

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While I constantly try to find the positives in every place I visit, there are few places that I just simply didn't enjoy.

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I went to Brunei back in 2014, three years before I made videos, but my negative experiences in the country have stuck in my mind ever since. That, combined with its absurd human rights laws such as stoning to death LGBT members, I was pushed to make this video.

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AFRICA is an amazing continent full of natural beauty, smiling faces and surprising wonders.

After visiting 53 of its 54 countries (only missing Ghana!) -- I have put together a list of 5 of my favorites, which I will explain to you in this video.


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WESTERN SAHARA to MAURITANIA: from Dakhla to the most dangerous border of the world // EPS.2

Three months after we drove the motorcycles to Dakhla, we continued our journey in the desert of Morocco/Western Sahara. We had heard many nightmare stories about the border of Mauritania ahead (it was supposed to be the most dangerous border in the world with a lawless No Man's land with landmines and small sandy tracks). But our first obstacle when returning to Dakhla was to find a motorcycle garage for changing the tires of our bikes before we could enjoy the oasis of Dakhla for Kitesurfing. A little break before we really started our adventure ride south through the desert on the westcoast of Africa. On the way through Morocco/ Western Sahara we came across many checkpoints, beautiful dunes and amazing landscapes before we finally hit the border of Mauritania...

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Destination Morocco, a virtual guide to the western part of the Maghreb, officially known as the Kingdom of Morocco. The country in Northern Africa is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean in west, by the Mediterranean Sea in north, by Algeria in east and in south by Western Sahara, the non-self-governing territory claimed by Morocco.

Morocco shares small borders with Spain by the Spanish exclaves of Ceuta and Melilla, it has borders with Mauritania in the the Moroccan-controlled part of Western Sahara, and it shares maritime borders with Portugal.

10 Things Not to Do in Algeria

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Algeria, that unknown and yet wonderful country. Not everybody thinks about it when thinking about their holidays but they should. So, to help you prepare your trip we bring you these Things not to do in Algeria.

1) Don't forget your visa
The visa to Algeria isn’t particularly the easiest one and, unfortunately, it’s required for most countries in the world. So try to have it ready before you start your trip and you'll avoid a lot of trouble.

2) Don't Expect Sleep to Be Cheap
Mass tourism doesn’t really exist in Algeria, so hotels are very expensive if we compare them with how cheap anything else is in the country. You can find prices from 30€ to 200€, although, most of them are over 50€ a night. If you're travelling with a lower budget you can always get a youth hostel instead where you'll pay around 2 € per night. On the other hand, you could always try CouchSurfing, making sure the people you choose look safe and have many positive references. It’s a great way to meet local people!

3) Don't forget your dictionary
Most of the younger people do know English but don't hold on that because, it’s not that easy to find people who speak English. The official language in Algeria is Arabic and some people speak French as it was a French colony. So if you want to be able to communicate bring a dictionary in French.

4) Don't get a taxi
Taxis are expensive and they usually try to cheat tourists. You can use the Yassir mobile app which is basically the same as Uber, or get a bus. Although, they don't tend to follow their schedules. Renting a car isn't that cheap either. And if you go to the desert try to book a flight, they're not too expensive and you’ll save some time too.

5) Don't forget your cell
If you want to be able to move freely without a guide and find historical places, hotels or restaurants by yourself, don't forget to bring your cell phone and install the Waze app which is a free driving directions & live traffic map app that works the best in Algeria.

6) Don't travel everywhere
Borders with Libya, Mauritania, Mali and (nisher) Niger are absolutely no-go zones in Algeria, they're the most dangerous ones, as are remote or mountains areas. But don't worry because these areas are far from all the tourist attractions.

7) Don't rely on having Wi-fi everywhere
Sure big hotels, offices, and random apartments are sure to have a wifi connection. However, if you’re out and about and want to use the internet in Algeria you'll need to get a local sim card with data which will cost you around 5-10€ per month. And, out of the 3 different networks they have, choose Mobilis, it has a better range.

8) Don't forget your money
Here, the local currency is Algerian dinar. And there are not many places where ATM machines accept international bank cards. Sure, you could try the airports, huge hotels like Sheraton or regular banks, but sometimes they're out of money. So to avoid being left without money, bring some emergency cash too .

9) Don't start your diet
In Algeria, they eat a lot of fast food such as shawarma and fries, they're very cheap and you'll find them everywhere. But you can always go to a restaurant to eat nice food, if you prefer, which will cost you about the same as western European restaurants do. Oh, and don’t forget, drinking alcohol in public is forbidden.

10) Don't think it’s all just sand
When people think of Algeria they imagine riding camels in the desert. But, guess what? There are also cars, buses and trains, just like your city, yep. This is a civilized country! Sure, the Sahara desert occupies four-fifths of the Algerian territory, but they also have a coastline, ancient Roman Empire ruins and stunning heritage of the Ottoman Empire, Spain, France and much more.

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Welcome to my channel and this week’s video is about 8 Hardest and Most Difficult Countries to visit and How to Visit Them?

Have you ever wondered how some people can visit every country in the world? Travelling is a passion and visiting every country in the world is a different task to do. Most of the country are traveler friendly but not all of them. There are lot of things depends on getting visa and visit the country.

Difficulty in reaching a destination depends on factors beyond distance and relative travel expense, there are issues political rather than geographic sense. The passport you hold makes a big difference.

In this video, I will explain you the 8 hardest and most difficult countries to visit and will give you tricks/loopholes many world Travelers use to visit them.

In this Travel Vlog 2020, I will explain you about How to Travel to 8 hardest and most difficult countries? Tips and loopholes for 8 hardest and most difficult countries visit.

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Sahara Desert Tour!!

The Sahara is the largest hot desert in the world, and the third largest desert behind Antarctica and the Arctic, which are both cold deserts. The Sahara is one of the harshest environments on Earth, covering 3.6 million square miles (9.4 million square kilometers), nearly a third of the African continent, about the size of the United States (including Alaska and Hawaii). The name of the desert comes from the Arabic word ṣaḥrāʾ, which means desert.
The variety of fascinating historic buildings and beautiful natural scenery combine to form an outstanding tourist destination.
The Sahara is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on the west, the Red Sea on the east, the Mediterranean Sea on the north and the Sahel Savannah on the south. The enormous desert spans 11 countries: Algeria, Chad, Egypt, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Western Sahara, Sudan and Tunisia.
Many travelers visit Morocco specifically with the intention of venturing off into the desert and spending a night under the stars. And we can’t blame them! A desert adventure is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity you shouldn’t miss out on.

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Best way to Experience the Sahara Desert | Camping in Merzouga, Morocco

The final Morocco vlog is here! Camping in the Sahara Desert at a spot called Merzouga.

Here we rode camels to our remote campsite, spent the night eating Moroccan food and listening to music played by the locals.

In the morning we made our way back to our new campsite by camel ride before jumping into some Jeeps to go on Safari.

To end it all a big long 13 hour bus ride to Marrakesh so we can finally show you what staying in a Riad is like.

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【4K】West Africa from Above ???? 10 COUNTRIES 2021 ???? Cinematic Wolf Aerial™ Ultra HD Drone Film

4K UltraHD aerial footage of my drone flights in 10 Countries around West Africa (Cape Verde, Senegal, Mauritania, The Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Mali, Ivory Coast); project finished & uploaded on 2021-01-30 by One Man Wolf Pack UltraHD Drone Footage. #drone #aerial #dronefilm

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About Gambia: West Africa or Western Africa is the westernmost region of Africa. The United Nations defines Western Africa as the 16 countries of Benin, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, The Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone and Togo, as well as the United Kingdom Overseas Territory of Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha. The population of West Africa is estimated at about 381 million people as of 2018, and at 381,981,000 as of 2017, of which 189,672,000 are female and 192,309,000 male. // Abidjan, Ivory Coast // Accra, Ghana // Bamako, Mali // Banjul, The Gambia // Conakry, Guinea // Cotonou, Benin // Dakar, Senegal // Freetown, Sierra Leone // Lagos, Nigeria // Lomé, Togo // Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso // Monrovia, Liberia // The history of West Africa can be divided into five major periods: first, its prehistory, in which the first human settlers arrived, developed agriculture, and made contact with peoples to the north; the second, the Iron Age empires that consolidated both intra-Africa, and extra-Africa trade, and developed centralized states; third, major polities flourished, which would undergo an extensive history of contact with non-Africans; fourth, the colonial period, in which Great Britain and France controlled nearly the entire region; and fifth, the post-independence era, in which the current nations were formed. [Source: wikipedia // Google]

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A wonderful weekend getaway to Dakhla, Morocco!! - رحلة رائعة الى مدينة الداخلة بالمغرب !!

What's up guys! This was a special trip for me because it was with my mother. We both needed it , we were looking for a great place in Morocco where we could just chillax and meditate, and so we found the best place for that! Specially when staying in Dakhla Attitude because it's a bit far from the city so you just enjoy the view and the food, you disconnect and you don't meet a lot of peolpe which is awsome when you're looking for a resourceful and peaceful journey! (Also great for kite surfer, they have all the equipment you need there) so I highly recommend this place. Here is the link if you want to check it out:

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Top 10 Countries with LARGEST DESERT Area. How many can you guess?

This is my first geography themed video! Here are the top 10 countries with the largest desert area. Before you watch, make a list of the countries that you believe have the largest desert area, and after watching, comment on how many you got right! Enjoy!

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Sahara Desert, Algeria. Aerial 360 video in 5K

Don't forget that this is 360 video: you can change the angle of view. Occupying the area of 9 million sq km, Sahara Desert covers 30% of the total territory of Africa and is divided between many countries. AirPano team has created 360 video of its northern part, on the territory of Algeria. It is an astonishing beauty: the area seems to be monotonous only at first sight, when in fact, the landscape is picturesque and anything but dull...

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【4K】Flying over Western Sahara | Landing in Laayoune EUN | 2020 | Bintar Canarias Flight | UltraHD

4K UltraHD World Trip travel footage of my flight over the Western Sahara with Bintar Canarias (NT 6102; January 31, 2020) and landing at the King I Hassan Airport in Laayoune (El Aaiun), Airport Code EUN; project finished & uploaded on 2020-05-26 by One Man Wolf Pack UltraHD Drone Footage. #travel #laayoune #westernsahara

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About Laayoune: Laayoune or El Aaiún is the largest city of the disputed territory of Western Sahara and de facto administered by Morocco. The modern city is thought to have been founded by the Spanish colonizer Antonio de Oro in 1938. In 1940, Spain designated it as the capital of the Spanish Sahara. Laâyoune (El Aaiún) is the capital of the Laâyoune-Sakia El Hamra region administered by Morocco under the supervision of the UN peace-keeping mission in Western Sahara (MINURSO). The town is divided in two by the dry river of Saguia el-Hamra. On the south side is the old lower town, constructed by Spanish colonists. A cathedral from that era is still active; its priests serve this city and Dakhla further south. Most people in Laayoune have Moroccan heritage. // Western Sahara (Arabic: الصحراء الغربية‎‎ aṣ-Ṣaḥrā al-Gharbiyyah; Berber languages: Taneẓroft Tutrimt; Spanish and French: Sahara Occidental) is a disputed territory on the northwest coast and in the Maghreb region of North and West Africa, partially controlled by the self-proclaimed Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic and partially occupied by neighboring Morocco. Its surface area amounts to 266,000 square kilometres (103,000 sq mi). It is one of the most sparsely populated territories in the world, mainly consisting of desert flatlands. The population is estimated at just over 500,000, of which nearly 40% live in Laayoune, the largest city in Western Sahara. [Source: wikipedia // Google]

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NEWS FLASH: Everything you've heard about Sudan from the media is not the reality that exists within the borders of this peaceful North African nation. At least, not anymore.

Yes, they've had rough times in the past -- just like dozens of other countries in the region and around the world. But Sudan has moved on to be a VERY SAFE COUNTRY, with some of the friendliest people I've ever met.

Truthfully, I am a little bit shocked by how great of an experience I've had over the last 5 days in Sudan. I did not expect things to be this smooth and amazing, but they were, and now I'm spreading the message so you can understand the truth about this country.

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Top 10 Wonderful Oases Around The World

10. Nubra Valley: The green canopy springing up in the cold white sand desert of Ladakh nestled in the northern tip of India in one of Asia’a best kept secret. Nubra valley can be reached from the city of Leh in the Karakoram Ranges. Foreigners need an inner line permit to visit the place. In Nubra valley one can enjoy view of Bactrian camel plying in the desert. These camels were brought by the caravan who once crossed this place to reach China along the Silk Route.
9. Fish Spring National Wildlife Refuge: This splendour of nature is carved in the Southern end of the Great Salt Lake Desert in the Juab County Utah. The area used to be the ancient Lake Bonneville which no longer exists. Sometimes the old shorelines are visible at stretches. The marshy oasis attracts several life forms particularly birds.
8. Siwa Oasis: This beacon of life with olive and palm trees glitters in a no-man’s land in the Libyan Desert 560 Kms from Cairo. ‘Siwa’ means protector of the Egyptian Sun God Amon-Ra. The oasis is known for the Greek Oracle temple dedicated to the Egyptian Sun God Amun once visited by King Alexander. The mystical Siwa also boasts of a pool where Queen Cleopatra is believed to have swim according to the legends.
7. Ein Gedi: Ein Gedi finds its mention in the Bible and is often referred as an oasis in the Garden of Eden. It provides a rare blend of history, architecture and wilderness of nature. This pretty oasis is located west of Dead Sea in the Judean desert between Masada and Qumran Caves in Israel.
6. Zulganai Oasis: The magic of the Gobi desert does not end in China but extends into its neighbour Mongolia. The beautiful oasis of Zulganai located in South Mongolia owes its existence to the river Zulganai which originates in the Mountain of Altan flows through the desert and vanishes into the sands.
5. Pica: Situated in the inland of the Atacama Desert in North Chile the charming and happy town of Pica has formed around the oasis of Pica. The fog of the Pacific Ocean helps greenery sprout in this desert land. The pleasant oasis is also frequented by the Chilean flamingos.
4. Chebika Oasis: Tucked away in the African country of Tunisia at the foot of mountains of the Djebel el Negueb is the mountain desert oasis of Chebika. The place is often rightly referred to as ‘the castle of the Sun’. In the past Roman soldiers used the place as an African outpost which is nowadays frequented by tourist. Drawn by its remote other worldly beauty one of the Star Wars movies was shot here.
3. Crescent Lake: An ancient oasis renowned for its role in providing solace to the Silk-route traders rests peacefully under the scorching sun south of the city of Dunhuang in China in the Gobi Desert. Here one can collect Chinese souvenir and enjoy camel ride in the desert. Try imagining what the oasis will look like in a full moon night!
2. Huacachina: Hard to believe it is not the creation of a painter’s brush but an actual grace of Mother Nature! Huacachina is a wonderland concealed in the undulating sand dunes of Peru complete with a shining lagoon and loads of greenery off the city of Ica.
1. Seba Oasis:It is located near the city of Sabha in South Western Libya. This oasis glitters in the heart of the Sahara desert the world’s largest desert. The tall green palm trees standing strong on a foundation of endless spread of the yellow sand is a treat to the eyes.


The Biggest Country in Africa (ALGERIA)

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I've spent the last 4 days road tripping around the Northern Mediterranean coast of ALGERIA, and I have been absolutely stunned by what I've experienced. From the warm hearts to the stunning nature and complete mix of cultures, I can safely say that this country is one of the most underrated in the world.

And it's huge... REALLY HUGE.

After Sudan split into two countries in 2011, Algeria emerged as the largest country in Africa by size. It's so big that only 12% of the land is inhabited (with 44 million people), and over 90% of its surface is covered in the Sahara desert.

If the visa wasn't so hard to get, then this country would explode in tourism. But I kind of like it the way it is -- I didn't come across a single tourist during my time here.

Algeria is, without question, the most surprising country in Africa for me so far, and I know with certainty that I'll be back. Insha'Allah!

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Morocco Has Some BEAUTIFUL Places You MUST Visit At Least Once!

Morocco Has Some BEAUTIFUL Places You MUST Visit At Least Once!

Welcome back to Around The Globe, today on the channel we are going to be diving deep into the beautiful destinations in morocco. We are all surely excited to travel once the pandemic is totally gone and we can all freely travel anywhere in the world again but for now let’s just be content in looking at the best travel destinations from all over the world through the internet from the comforts of our own homes and one of the best countries you should put on top of your list for your next travel destinations, hopefully soon, is morocco! Are you wondering why morocco?

There are actually a lot of good reasons why people should visit morocco and some of these reasons are their very unique culture, historical sights, and not only do they have deserts and beaches but they also have scenic mountains and not to mention their very delicious food. These are just some of the reasons why travelers really love morocco and why people should definitely visit morocco if you haven’t gone there yet and if you wanna know what morocco looks like, here’s a video of the beautiful destinations in morocco you must watch until the very end! Enjoy watching!

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