So is anywhere here actually a good place to visit?

So is anywhere here actually a good place to visit? I want to see more of africa but don’t wanna go to a shit hole and get mugged

  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    My friend from Kenya said that Nairobi is pretty cool, and since I'm a white dude it would be decently safe for me. Some of the restaurants and clubs that she showed me looked fancier than any I've been to in the states, but then again I don't spend a lot of money on going out

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      second Kenya, I was pleasantly surprised by Nairobi, it's a fairly cool city, the country itself is beautiful.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    South Africa, Kenya, Botswana, Ghana are all relatively easy. If you don't require sub-Saharan then Morocco.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Morocco is unique in that it's cheap, safe, visa-free, has good tourist infrastructure, good backpacker/expat scene, excellent public transport. Other African countries tick some of these boxes, but none tick all of them.
    Ghana is often listed as a good 'beginner' country, but nobody ever mentions how much a pain in the ass the tourist visa is. I wouldn't even stoop to giving those bureaucrats my money. Senegal is visa-free for most Westerners and is just as safe and interesting as Ghana.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      > good backpacker scene
      has everyone just memory-holed the two Scandinavian girls that had their heads sawed off with a dull knife on camera while screaming for their moms?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Don't go to Morocco cause you might get beheaded
        >Don't go to China cause you might get hostages
        >Don't go to Korea cause you might get trampled
        >Don't go to Russia cause you might get get imprisoned
        >Don't go to France cause you might get trucked
        I honestly hear the dumbest shit from boomers, it's annoying. If you want to stay in your suburban boomer shithole than go ahead. Millions of people travel and have no problems. The only places I would absolutely avoid are war zones or shitholes like Pakistan/India.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Yes, while you are at home jerking off to LiveLeak videos there really are thousands of young people in hostels around the world smoking weed and socializing.

          I think future backpackers/hikers would like to know that just 4 years ago muslim jihadist savages brutally murdered tourists solely because they were western kuffar.
          why you would even want to give tourist dollars to the religion of violence is beyond me

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Nobody gives a fuck. I've been visiting Imlil regularly since 2010; that's the place where it happened. It's a touristy, snow-bound mountain town like any other. It gets thousands of tourists every year. If 2 people were murdered in, say, Zermatt, would that make Switzerland a terrorist hotbed in your opinion?
            2 terrorism-related deaths in the past 20 years makes Morocco orders of magnitude safer than England, France or Germany.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              > if 2 people were (...) in Switzerland
              if 2 tourists in Switzerland were recently beheaded with kitchen utensils by locals who filmed it and posted it online simply for being Westerners, yes that would definitely affect my perception of Switzerland as a safe place to go solo hiking around

              > I've been visiting Imlil regularly
              you want a medal or something?

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                [...]
                I think future backpackers/hikers would like to know that just 4 years ago muslim jihadist savages brutally murdered tourists solely because they were western kuffar.
                why you would even want to give tourist dollars to the religion of violence is beyond me

                You seem like a gigantic pussy. Probably best you don't travel.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              Yeah mudslimes really do ruin every place they infest

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            > if 2 people were (...) in Switzerland
            if 2 tourists in Switzerland were recently beheaded with kitchen utensils by locals who filmed it and posted it online simply for being Westerners, yes that would definitely affect my perception of Switzerland as a safe place to go solo hiking around

            > I've been visiting Imlil regularly
            you want a medal or something?

            I'll try to charitably explain to you why your worries are unfounded.
            >Terrorism
            Is usually perpetrated by mentally ill schizos. If Tarrant were an Arab, he'd have shot up a church. It's an unavoidable thing and a statistical reality in every country of the world, because of the simple fact that anyone that doesn't care about consequences can kill a whole lot of people before being apprehended or prevented from acting.
            Most criminals and robbers seriously avoid dealing with tourists because countries like Morocco rely heavily on them and are authoritarians, meaning anything impacting their bottom line becomes a threat to its sovereignty, which makes them very tough on these kind of crimes.

            You have to stop worrying about single issues and be biased about them and rather look at the numbers. Morocco has a lower murder rate than Belgium, New Zealand, or Canada.

            Another thing is, even in places with high murder rates, it usually happens because 1) you're embroiled in crime yourself or 2) you went into the wrong neighborhood. Two things you should never do, no matter the country. The murder you guys keep mentioning (as if we didn't have a dozen fucking school shootings in the US since then) happened away from the beating path, at night, where nobody could've witnessed the scene taking place.

            If you're a woman walking in the bad parts of the Bronx past midnight and you get mugged, i'm not going to shun the US or NYC for it.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            So basically don't go nowhere because in every country you can probably trace at least one tourist murder in the last few years ? lmao
            Or is it worse if it's a muslim beheading ? Like, if it's a cartel execution it's ok ? or a homeless dude shanking a woman just to mug her purse ?

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Why the fuck would anyone go to Pakistan or India? I met people who visited India, but Pakistan, never, probably the biggest shithole country, and I certainly been to some shitholes.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Don't go to Morocco cause you might get beheaded
            >Don't go to China cause you might get hostages
            >Don't go to Korea cause you might get trampled
            >Don't go to Russia cause you might get get imprisoned
            >Don't go to France cause you might get trucked
            I honestly hear the dumbest shit from boomers, it's annoying. If you want to stay in your suburban boomer shithole than go ahead. Millions of people travel and have no problems. The only places I would absolutely avoid are war zones or shitholes like Pakistan/India.

            Pakistan is the best travel experience I ever had. Stayed for two months, went to Balochistan (had to sneak past checkpoints in the desert), went to beautiful waterfalls at Charo Machi with locals, went as close as I could to k2
            Barely spent anything because I hitchhiked and Pakistanis are incredibly hospitable and generous
            You can easily overstay your visa too because the penalties are a joke
            Stayed with doctors, accountants, rural farmers, best experience of my life

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              When was this? Recently?
              A universal trait of people from 3rd world countries is that they always disparage where they come from, tell you not to go there and what a shitty place it is. Pakistanis are the only exception to this in my experience, they're proud and excited about the idea of people visiting their country. I hitchhiked a little in the gulf states and it was always the Pakis who picked me up, refused money, offered me hospitality.

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I went last year.
                The people there told me that they wanted Pakistan to be represented well, and that it is an honour to have guests. Not kidding but the Pashtuns especially take their hospitality extremely seriously.
                I had taxis actually refuse to take my money because I was a guest in their country.
                This all changes up North though, people are greedy because tourism is somewhat alive up there near the mountains.
                Don't trust anyone's opinion on Pakistan unless they have been and left the main tourist spots.

                If you go to Pakistan you will be treated EXTREMELY well. It is a hidden gem as far as solo backpacking tourism is concerned. Not many people can look past the "danger" aspect.

                I have bookmarked this thread and will answer any more questions people might have.

                pic related is a random photo I took of some waterfall near Quetta, I paid peanuts to see all the amazing things I saw

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                How did you get to Quetta?
                Apparently as of March 2022 it's virtually impossible to travel there as a foreigner cause you need permission and police escort, which is just stupid.

                Shame really, I would so much love to go to Pakistan, but I can't travel most of the places where I would like (Quetta, Hingol, Darra Adam Khel, Nagarparkar, some eastern parts of Balochistan).

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I left from Karachi, took a taxi to bring me to the highway entrance. From there I hitchhiked into Balochistan, and first stopped by Hingol. Our truck driver however revealed I was a foreigner and I got detained. After a day of arguing, they let me hitch a truck back to Karachi instead of a mandatory armed escort out of Balochistan. So I got on the truck, and after driving an hour or two I told them to drop me off in the middle of the desert, a few miles from the next checkpoint that leads to Khuzdar. I crossed the desert to pass that checkpoint and then started hitchhiking a few miles from it. The thorn bushes and scorching sun made it pretty challenging. Used every drop of water I had.
                The police passing when I started hitching a ride didn't recognise my disguise, I also hid my bags from view while hitchhiking since backpacks give away you are a foreigner. Hitchhiking in Balochistan takes way, way longer than the rest of the country.
                I found a trucker that brought me all the way to Khuzdar. Try to limit the amount of rides you need to get, trucks are best since they let you pass checkpoints much more easily since officers just want to let them go through quickly.
                From Khuzdar I got into a cramped taxi to Quetta. It was the most horrifically uncomfortable ride of my life. We got stopped for two inspections and the officers never recognised me as foreign, despite having pale white skin and light coloured eyes. If they don't expect to find a foreigner, they will usually not see you, provided you have convincing local clothing on.
                From Quetta I eventually hitchhiked back to Islamabad, I got caught on the way out but the levies eventually let me go since I was leaving anyway and going to Balochistan is a grey area right now.

                Anyway, you don't need permission nor a police escort, I am proof of that. But you have to be willing to try. I posted an entire AMA on /pol once if you want to read through it.

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                So in Peshawar there is a gun market you might like to check out, but you can't be caught so again disguises are necessary. First thing you should do landing in Pakistan is buy local clothing and blend in. Western clothing however is good if you want to be noticed and you'll get rides very quickly if hitchhiking.

                Up North Skardu and Gilgit are beautiful, going to little Tibet is easy and safe.
                In Multan, which you'll need someone to practically smuggle you into, there are a couple of shrines that are very cool. A very nice man brought me there and even argued with the people at the desk because they questioned the lack of security.
                Karachi has more interested history than Islamabad for obvious reasons, it has a cool beach, the palace, mausoleum, so definitely worth a couple of days.
                Bolan pass is dangerous but viable and I highly recommend Ziarat as well, it was like the Yosemite of Pakistan. I can see why Jinnah chose to live his final days there.

                https://archive.4plebs.org/pol/thread/387037929/#387061140

                Here are two threads I made with more information on this.

                Some general tips:
                1. Try to get the three month visa, but they'll most like give you one month. You can easily overstay this, look up the penalties and see what you are willing to pay as a fine. Get an exit visa online and pay the fine. You can risk leaving the country without it since I hear they sometimes don't ask, but this country is all over the place with rules and no one really knows how anything works. Hell, you could probably just leave by going through Iran, China or Afghanistan without a big fuss, which is my guess. Keep in mind you need a physical visa to enter India from Pakistan, something I can almost guarantee you won't get from the embassy there so don't even bother, seen two rejections already that took months to get.
                2. Get a disguise, local clothing.
                3. Prepare yourself for utter filth and a way of sterilising water.
                4. Bring medicine and first aid.
                5. Data is cheap, you can get a huge packet to last you the month but it expires if you overstay your visa. Try to convince a local to get one for you if you plan to overstay.
                6. Locals are extremely hospitable and you will be stared at a lot. Be wary of bullshitters.
                7. Be prepared to constantly be sick and get food poisoning. I almost never had a solid stool and lost a lot of weight. Be warned.

                All in all, I had a good time there and one day I will return.

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                So in Peshawar there is a gun market you might like to check out, but you can't be caught so again disguises are necessary. First thing you should do landing in Pakistan is buy local clothing and blend in. Western clothing however is good if you want to be noticed and you'll get rides very quickly if hitchhiking.

                Up North Skardu and Gilgit are beautiful, going to little Tibet is easy and safe.
                In Multan, which you'll need someone to practically smuggle you into, there are a couple of shrines that are very cool. A very nice man brought me there and even argued with the people at the desk because they questioned the lack of security.
                Karachi has more interested history than Islamabad for obvious reasons, it has a cool beach, the palace, mausoleum, so definitely worth a couple of days.
                Bolan pass is dangerous but viable and I highly recommend Ziarat as well, it was like the Yosemite of Pakistan. I can see why Jinnah chose to live his final days there.

                I left from Karachi, took a taxi to bring me to the highway entrance. From there I hitchhiked into Balochistan, and first stopped by Hingol. Our truck driver however revealed I was a foreigner and I got detained. After a day of arguing, they let me hitch a truck back to Karachi instead of a mandatory armed escort out of Balochistan. So I got on the truck, and after driving an hour or two I told them to drop me off in the middle of the desert, a few miles from the next checkpoint that leads to Khuzdar. I crossed the desert to pass that checkpoint and then started hitchhiking a few miles from it. The thorn bushes and scorching sun made it pretty challenging. Used every drop of water I had.
                The police passing when I started hitching a ride didn't recognise my disguise, I also hid my bags from view while hitchhiking since backpacks give away you are a foreigner. Hitchhiking in Balochistan takes way, way longer than the rest of the country.
                I found a trucker that brought me all the way to Khuzdar. Try to limit the amount of rides you need to get, trucks are best since they let you pass checkpoints much more easily since officers just want to let them go through quickly.
                From Khuzdar I got into a cramped taxi to Quetta. It was the most horrifically uncomfortable ride of my life. We got stopped for two inspections and the officers never recognised me as foreign, despite having pale white skin and light coloured eyes. If they don't expect to find a foreigner, they will usually not see you, provided you have convincing local clothing on.
                From Quetta I eventually hitchhiked back to Islamabad, I got caught on the way out but the levies eventually let me go since I was leaving anyway and going to Balochistan is a grey area right now.

                Anyway, you don't need permission nor a police escort, I am proof of that. But you have to be willing to try. I posted an entire AMA on /pol once if you want to read through it.

                Tanks for the info, I may do something with this

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >7. Be prepared to constantly be sick and get food poisoning. I almost never had a solid stool and lost a lot of weight. Be warned.
                This sounds like a dealbreaker. I imagine the enjoyment and excitement would quite literally go down the drain.

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Maybe you could mention some historic sites or cool town to visit? I'd like to go to Pakistan someday, but the only thing I really know about is the old greco-bactrian stuff up north.

                https://i.imgur.com/YqiFlF2.jpg

                Red circles is danger territory, rest is fine.

                Is Sudan safe? I fucking love the nile, going upstream from Aswan to Khartoum would be pretty cool not gonna lie.

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I did a lot of research into Sudan a few years back. Seemed totally safe. It's a very common route for bikepackers and overlanders, there are a lot of blogs on the subject.
                Maybe the recent coups have changed the situation, but plenty of other 3rd world countries have had coups and protests which didn't affect the safety of tourists whatsoever (Egypt, Thailand, Fiji, Turkey)
                Sudan is supposed to have the most pristine scuba diving in the world, that's why I want to go.

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >Is Sudan safe? I fucking love the nile, going upstream from Aswan to Khartoum would be pretty cool not gonna lie.
                Good friend of mine lived and worked in Khartoum for years before relocating to Juba (South Sudan) and then Nairobi; he still goes back frequently. It’s almost entirely safe from things like banditry or mugging and suchlike, but restive areas in South Kordofan (Nuba Mountains) and to a lesser extent nowadays Darfur are best approached with caution and local friends. My friend actually works in South Kordofan and enjoys it, but he’s extremely well-connected locally. And there’s some risk of political unrest in Khartoum/Omdurman, but foreigners aren’t targets and it’s possible to stay the hell out of the way if stuff like that hits the fan. There is no tourist infrastructure to speak of but people are generally very hospitable. Some dislike or are suHispanicious of Americans, but most are not.

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Isnt most of the conflict focused on essential religious/tribal conflicts in the rural hinterlands? Also always steer clear of long standing refugee areas without local knowledge.

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Also on control of land and water resources for herders and/or developers—this type of conflict drives some of the political, etc instability that still hits South Sudan sporadically, too.

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                So in Peshawar there is a gun market you might like to check out, but you can't be caught so again disguises are necessary. First thing you should do landing in Pakistan is buy local clothing and blend in. Western clothing however is good if you want to be noticed and you'll get rides very quickly if hitchhiking.

                Up North Skardu and Gilgit are beautiful, going to little Tibet is easy and safe.
                In Multan, which you'll need someone to practically smuggle you into, there are a couple of shrines that are very cool. A very nice man brought me there and even argued with the people at the desk because they questioned the lack of security.
                Karachi has more interested history than Islamabad for obvious reasons, it has a cool beach, the palace, mausoleum, so definitely worth a couple of days.
                Bolan pass is dangerous but viable and I highly recommend Ziarat as well, it was like the Yosemite of Pakistan. I can see why Jinnah chose to live his final days there.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          People in Western countries are brainwashed since birth to believe anywhere outside of their ZOG tax collection zone is a feral shithole.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Yes, while you are at home jerking off to LiveLeak videos there really are thousands of young people in hostels around the world smoking weed and socializing.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        [...]
        I think future backpackers/hikers would like to know that just 4 years ago muslim jihadist savages brutally murdered tourists solely because they were western kuffar.
        why you would even want to give tourist dollars to the religion of violence is beyond me

        You should unironically touch grass. My political opinions are probably very similar to yours, and you're starting to get even on my nerves. 4chan refugees like you give the rest of us a bad name.

        Yes, if you're a young white woman, you probably shouldn't go camping out in the sticks alone, but aside from that Morocco is a reasonably safe country. It could be a lot worse, like Pakistan. I do agree that young women shouldn't go to Muslim countries by themselves.

        Are you a woman?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Women are much safer in Muslim countries than any globohomo sewer. You incels can't stop talking about how every woman in America or western Europe is a fat mean whore with a Black baby on antidepressants to the point you fly to Asia and despite 100% of western women being destroyed by ZOG ur like its not safe to go to a Muslim country. Is every woman in albania, turkey and Malaysia garbage like an American woman? All you can do is repeat your cnnfox news programming. Pathetic. Touch grass incels maybe go outside and travel

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            You are a homosexual, just like your prophet (cum be upon his face)

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Yes. Fun fact: the world doesn’t care

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        damn bro 2 scandinavians got killed somewhere? that means its officially never ok to go there at any point ever until the sun burns out.
        glad we got that one cleared out

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        They deserved to die. Thanks for reminding me of them today you made my day.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Well white women deserve to be decapitated, so it seems pretty based to me.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Morocco sucks ass in most of it. Dirty people, dirty food, dirty country. That being said, Merzouga is one of my favorite places I've ever been.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      morocco is the biggest shithole on the face of this earth.

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I've only visited Morocco and it was pretty nice, there are some comfy towns on the outskirts of big cities, I didn't like the main cities though, too many people trying to sell you overpriced shit.

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Botswana is great.
    Most liberating part is the combination of few tourists and relatively well off locals means there is no tourist scamming industry.
    In the three weeks I was there I got approached by beggars and trinket sellers maybe 3-4 times (and they were not aggressive at all).

    Also police are professionals, my friend got a speeding ticket when it was his turn to drive. Police guy showed the table for how tickets are calculated, we paid with card, signed the ticket in triplicates (one for the police department, one for the finance department and one for us). Pretty much as pleasant as getting a speeding ticket could be.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      This interests me, what do you recommend doing? Good for long-term stays (month or so)?

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Safari around the okavango delta in the north is the biggest tourist draw.
        But there is a cave system in the west that they've recently opened for tourists, but I didn't have a chance to go there.
        Also Victoria falls is about an hour from the border into Zambia or Zimbabwe.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/gHlHWKB.jpg

      Safari around the okavango delta in the north is the biggest tourist draw.
      But there is a cave system in the west that they've recently opened for tourists, but I didn't have a chance to go there.
      Also Victoria falls is about an hour from the border into Zambia or Zimbabwe.

      What was your budget for the trip?

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I think I ended up spending just under $2000. Botswana is expensive for Africa.
        The most expensive thing was car rental, they are like $300 per day.
        We split it only two ways but there is room for four.
        But they come fully equipped: tents on the roof that are super easy and quick to set up and break down. Satellite phone, cooking equipment w/ gas, tire repair kits, etc
        You can drive them around the national parks from dawn till dusk (0630 to 1730), camping spots in the most popular parks have to be booked far in advance.
        There are also guided tours, including crazy expensive luxury options with drivers, chefs and so on. We took a cheap one where a local kid took us out in a mokoro (a flat bottom canoe for the shallow delta) and showed us around on foot, where we had to bring and prepare our own food and a rented tent.

        The actual most popular way to "visit" Botswana is to fly directly to Maun from SA, do some guided tours and then fly back out but I don't like that type of traveling.
        We drove around half the country, took the night train, the night bus, made friends with locals who showed us some nightclubs, and could walk around day or night and just spontaneously check out whatever restaurants or shops while feeling safe and at ease.
        The most dangerous thing is the traffic, even though my friend got a speeding ticket we later learned from locals that traffic cops are only on the job until like 1700-1800, after that its free for all.
        We kept our driving mostly to daylight hours, not only because of traffic but also because there are a ton of animals on the roads: cows, donkeys, giraffes, elephants.

        If you want to do safari in Africa and you don't want to do "dark tourism" and negotiate with local warlords for safe passage, nor only be in gated tourist ghettos then Botswana is the place.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Interesting. Isn't it dangerous to camp in the African bush though, what about lions, leopards, hippos and so on? Also, 2k for 3 weeks doesn't shock me, sounds like a good deal.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            You camp at designated camping spots (that have to be booked in advance)
            Apparently most animals see tents as solid objects.

            But having the tent on the roof of a car felt better.
            Just follow the advice of the camp rangers and guides.

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Call me crazy but I've been interested in visiting Lagos. Looks like an interesting place

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Don’t.
      >t. Nigerian

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Where is there to go in Nigeria? I'm seeing there's a few parts with issues.

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    My brother did an Africa trip. Judging by pics they shared and stuff they talked about it seems Kenya and Namibia are pretty great places.

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I've been to Morocco, Senegal, and Guinea, and I liked all three a lot. Keep in mind, North Africa, East Africa, West Africa, and Southern Africa all have very different cultures.

    First notable thing about North Africa is that they're actually Arab countries, not black. Morocco's probably the most advanced, but the whole country feels very touristy. Great food, beautiful women, but be wary of pick pockets and scammers.

    Everybody I know who's been to Egypt loves it, but it's one of the most Salafist countries.

    I liked West Africa a lot, it was very festive, though note that African-Americans are the most closely related to West Africans.

    East Africa seems amazing, I want to see it. Ethiopia has great food and some of the most beautiful women on Earth. Kenya is supposed to be cool, and Tanzania has safari/tourist stuff.

    tbqh I have no interest in going to Southern or Central Africa. Lots of shitholes, crime, and killings. Maybe I'm just being ignorant.

    Based on where I've been, I'd recommend Morocco for a week. I wouldn't go out of my way for Senegal and Guinea, but if you wind up there, you can have an amazing time.

    Of places I want to go, Ethiopia is #1.

    For women, Morocco and Ethiopia are tops. Coincidentally, for food those are also my top picks.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >tbqh I have no interest in going to Southern or Central Africa. Lots of shitholes, crime, and killings. Maybe I'm just being ignorant.
      South Africa has shitholes, crime and killings but also some very nice scenery, especially along the coast and the national parks.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >also some very nice scenery, especially along the coast and the national parks
        ah, makes sense

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      do the girls in morocco put out? i think one of the mods is moroccan because he keeps deleting any morocco cooming threads

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Google “Philippe Servaty,” that will tell you everything you need to know
        Keep in mind that happened a generation ago too, imagine how much more conservative they were back then

  9. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I had a wonderful experience with a Kenyan safari… saw the wildlife greatest hits and then some, lots of great nature. Some of my snapshots could have been National Geographic photos. I also had a nice time on the little island of Lamu, kind of a micro-Zanzibar, although there have been a small number of murderous incursions there over the years by seafaring Somali bandits pretending to be Islamists (it’s close to the Somali border).

    Tourist infrastructure is good, people are sincerely friendly. My Kenyan friends are only half-joking when they call the capital Nairobbery; it is indeed a great place to get mugged if you are stupid/careless, and there are slums one shouldn’t visit without a local guide, but Nairobi also has some great food and nightlife options and you’re not likely to get murdered, just robbed. Perhaps obviously, that didn’t happen to me, but I was being driven around by locals rather than walking around alone at night, and staying in a fancy hotel (I have heard of people having things taken from their luggage in cheap places along River Road, which is slowly gentrifying and extremely lively but still mostly sketchy).

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    i met an amazing kenyan girl here in ireland then i went to kenya and it seemed amazing too! Pity i am depressed and couldnt love her 🙁 even if i go to kenya to find a new kenyan gf, its very hard to get a good upper class kenya lady. 🙁 I had one damn

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    A lot of these backpacking stories are from dipshits that go to a third world country, realize it's not as bad as they were told, and then drop all satety precautions whatsoever. Keep your wits about you and you will be fine. There are stories about roastie tourists getting butchered on tinder dates in NZ.

  12. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I've never been to Uganda yet, but I find their women cute and alluring.

  13. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Algeria is a very interesting and underrated country, Egypt gets a lot of shit on here but I had a good time there (minus Luxor)

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      What is there to do in Algeria?

  14. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You can go to Tunisia or Namibia

  15. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I love you too.

  16. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Red circles is danger territory, rest is fine.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Fixed. Bottom line is stay near a coastline

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Bottom line is stay near a coastline
        t. somalia

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Citation: my ass

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        South Africa is perfectly fine, safer than most of the other countries, don't listen to poltards trying to make it sound as if whites are being hunted there.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >South Africa is perfectly fine, safer than most of the other countries, don't listen to poltards trying to make it sound as if whites are being hunted there.
          Not true, don't listen to this moron. South Africa is more dangerous than some warzones. I don't know a single person who hasn't been robbed or had their house/car broken into here. Cops don't and won't do shit. To say it's safer here than most other countries here is such a delusional thing to say.
          t. South African

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            The board is full of contrarian gays lately. You could say the sky is blue and some loser would come out of the woodwork calling you a poltard and an incel.

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              The contrarian gays are the people who think they will get mugged, robbed or killed the second they set foot in South Africa, spend a month there in Cape Town, mossel bay, east London and some national parks no problem.
              SA had a ton of tourists before corona.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I have a rich uncle who lived in south africa for a time, and he was carjacked at gunpoint three times. He lived in Nigeria for years and jack shit happened there

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous
          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Never left moms basement poster.
            Why are you even on sighsee, you clearly don't travel.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Please t.South African explain to us why so many foreign tourists visit your country if its such a dangerous "war zone"?

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I never regard what 4chanshitters say, but that doesn't excuse the fact that South Africa is still a shithole

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous
  17. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Good map

  18. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    sighsee is particularly wary of South Africa because we all have this uneasy idea that it's a land where the gollywogs are encroaching on the rights and property of a shrinking bastion on white civilization, and nothing frightens 4chantards more.
    Besides that anywhere with big slums is looked at askance; besides my first point I don't think anyone really thinks SA is worse than Brazil or India.
    Finally, it doesn't help that the only South African media 99% of us have been exposed to is District 9, Trevor Noah's autobiography, and Die Antwoord music videos. None of those paints a flattering portrait.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      i think its fair to say that in a big chunk of africa, being white absolutely affords you a certain amount of respect and consideration
      touristy scamming aside, outside of literal warzones, nogs will NOT seriously harm a muzungu, period.
      this is not the case in south africa

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