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Water. Lots of it.
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==Stay safe==

Revision as of 00:00, 21 December 2009

North Africa is the Northern part of the African continent.


Countries of North Africa
Algeria (Algiers)
The second-largest country in Africa.
Egypt (Cairo, Alexandria)
Home of the ancient Egyptian civilization, with its temples, hieroglyphs, mummies.
Libya (Tripoli)
Large open spaces with more than 90% of the country being desert or semidesert.
Morocco (Rabat)
Situated on both the North Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea.
Tunisia (Tunis)
Located in the very centre of Mediterranean Africa
Western Sahara
Governance is in dispute between Morocco and Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR), but the majority of the region is occupied by Morocco.


Other destinations



Get in

By boat

There are some ferries from Italy, notably Sicily and also the Canary Islands.

See Ferries in the Mediterranean‎.

Get around




Stay safe

Avoid drinking untreated ground water.

Get out

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