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Are you an African from the Diaspora or maybe you are curious to learn about African Culture - join us and stay connected to Africa with the help of some talented ambassadors!

Meet Tania - Founder

Africa Enthusiast and Travel Planner

I am currently based in Frankfurt, the international hub of Germany and  very occasionally travel to my home country Kenya. I have been fortunate to live in 9 countries, 13 cities and 3 continents, and 5 of the countries were in Africa and consider myself a proud African.  Adapting comes very easy to me and as a multi cultural child, I thrive in an environment that is diverse. 


With all my travel and experiences, I have served as a helpful role to those seeking inspiration, help and advice when planning a trip to Africa. It is only in 2019 that I finally decided to own that role and be intentional about it.


We want you to have deeper connection with the country you are visiting, more than just being a tourist who is hidden in the resorts, we want you to feel at home with the locals - to learn about African culture and have respect for one another. To fully embrace the beauty of the land and hold lasting memories that are magical and have you dreaming to return.

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What I Promise

Genuine Experiences

Mindful and Conscious Travel

Budget Friendly and Affordable



Unique and Unforgettable

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“The only man I envy is the man who has not yet been to Africa – for he has so much to look forward to.”

“I love the quality and colourful fabric. It is a very special item and I appreciate supporting a local retailer over the ones selling mass-produced products.”

- Gyovanna, Germany 

“The best part of our trip was the safari and the beautiful landscape of Kenya. I also loved the food and friendly people, spending time at the beach wasn't too bad as well”

- Nils, Germany

“I went to an African shop today wearing your mask and the laidies in the store went wild! They were like "Oh, African colours!" They loved it and said it was real Africa.”

- Heidi, Germany

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