Safari photo, Africa

Would you like to see animals in their habitat? Would you like to be able to photograph them close? So, nothing better than a safari photo… There are several tourism operators offering safari photos private with 2 people, depending on your budget and the type of accommodation that you agree or safaris in a group of 10 people and more. You have also the choice of the route. The route can be done with 4 x 4 vehicles like Land Rovers or in some minivans. You will be accompanied with a guide who will speak your language and who knows well the region to lead you safely. Usually there are also local guides who will accompany you in your adventure. You could cross the vast reserves in Africa as the Amboseli Park where you will find herds of elephants among other animals, you could see Mount Kilimanjaro, visit Lake Manyara, which is considered a bird paradise, the crater of Ngorongoro classified world heritage by Unesco, the Tsavo Park, classified as the second largest park of Kenya with a very important and varied fauna or just simply go through the plains of the Serengeti. In these natural reserves you will discover many species living freely and in full nature, species that you do perhaps not imagined… you’ll be really surprised!


For this kind of travel, it is better to confide to a recognized tourism operator. It is very important to do it with someone who has a good experience and reputation and on which you might expect to get in touch 24-hour at destination.
It is suitable to bring fresh clothes but not shorts and sweaters with short sleeves or sandals. The ideal is to cover the most possible to avoid possible pitting and wear comfortable sports shoes. Sunglasses and hats are also recommended.
Of course, don’t forget your camera or video camera, the images that you will capture will remember you this wonderful experience of adventure at any time.

The Hassan II mosque, Casablanca, Morocco

The Hassan II mosque, inaugurated in 1993, is located in Casablanca and is built partly on the sea, it is a religious and cultural complex, built on nine hectares and includes a prayer room, a room of ablutions, baths, a Koranic school, a library and a museum. It is the fourth largest mosque in the world. Its minaret is 201 meters. Hassan II had the wish to connect the building to the air, considered one of the four elements beneficial to life with earth, fire and water, that’s why there is a large sunroof that moves in five minutes thanks to a self-propelled wheel bearing system. It is adorned with 124 fountains and marble vanities, it has more than fifty chandeliers and there are some from Murano; it has 18 exterior doors and is equipped with a laser beam indicating the direction of the Mecca with a range of 30 kilometers. On one side and on the other of the central nave, there are two granite columns that have inlaid in gold lettering the pedigree of King Hassan II.


To visit the mosque, you can buy tickets on site. Removing shoes is mandatory at the entrance to the prayer room (plastic bags are available to the visitors). Video cameras, and any kind of radio receiver and / or sound equipment is forbidden inside.