The Kenyan capital has evolved considerably over the last few years, offering infrastructures that have nothing to envy to Western capitals. As the main financial and tourist gateway to this part of the continent, it also benefits from a privileged geographical location, in the immediate vicinity of the very famous safaris. These various advantages make Nairobi the leading city for expatriates.
Côte d'Ivoire is one of the driving economies in West Africa, and this dynamism is perfectly embodied in its economic capital Abidjan. The cultural and nightlife scene is vibrant; in short, "Abidjan is a party!
South Africa's third largest city is a major hub for the insurance and digital sectors on the African continent. With a mild climate and beautiful landscapes (heavenly beaches, mountainous terrain), it is ideal for expatriates with a thirst for adventure.
The Rwandan capital is reputed to be one of the safest and cleanest on the continent. A digital hub for southern Africa, Rwanda offers a vibrant economy and pleasant living conditions in a privileged setting. As an added bonus, you'll have the chance to roam the car-free streets of the city twice a month!
The capital of Mauritius, undoubtedly. The multicultural country par excellence, has many strings to its bow: a dynamic economy (Mauritius being a financial hub in Africa), historical architecture alongside gleaming buildings and a stone's throw from heavenly beaches.