Endowed with magnificent diversity of landscapes, wildlife, bird and plant life and fascinating cultures, be enthralled by the magical Kenya. Explore the animal filled parks and reserves, with a special treat of the great migration in the Masai Mara National Reserve between July and October. Enjoy horse riding adventures in the wild allowing you to come close to the wild animals in their natural habitats. Home to the second highest mountain in Africa, take a trek to the summit of Mt. Kenya that is snow-filled. Unwind at the beautiful white sandy stellar beaches down at Kenya Coast. A great destination for first timers and repeat visitors to Africa.
Neatly tucked in the East of Africa, visit the unforgettable Tanzania, home to seven UNESCO World Heritage sites. Enjoy exciting game drives in Tanzania’s famous parks and conservancies like the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater. Hike up the highest mountain in Africa and the highest single free-standing mountain in the world, the famous Mt. Kilimanjaro. Immerse yourself in the country’s warm and embracing culture. In between visiting the parks, stop by some of the villages and learn more about the country’s people. Relax in Zanzibar, home to the long stretches of stunning white sandy beaches with turquoise water, making it a dream beach destination for many.
Famous for its mountain gorillas, visit Rwanda, a country that is popularly known as the Land of a Thousand Hills. Rich with a vibrant culture, savor the warmth of the people of Rwanda. Relish the exciting game drives in the Akagera National parks. For primate lovers, spend quality time with the chimpanzees, the closest mammals to humans at the Nyungwe National Park. Take a short hike up the Volcanoes Mountains to experience a breathtaking moment when you meet the mountain gorillas.
Located in Eastern Africa, Uganda has a diverse range of tourist destinations, including vast landscapes encompassing the snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains and immense Lake Victoria, the Nile River’s source, the world’s longest waterways, famed for its ancient history and the archaeological sites on its shores. The locals are considered among the most hospitable people in Africa and with diverse cultural backgrounds.
This is the country to be if you plan to explore the home of the abundant wildlife, including over 1,500 chimpanzees, as well as a home of rare birds and butterflies. To the southeast is the remote Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, a densely forested terrain best known for viewing rare mountain gorillas. The Murchison Falls National Park is known for its 43m-tall waterfall and wildlife such as hippos to the northwest. Planning for hiking safaris and diverse wildlife, Lake Mburo is the place to visit.
Kruger Park is South Africa’s most exciting African safari destination.Steeped in legend and history, the iconic Kruger National Park in South Africa is waiting for you to explore its vast landscapes and spectacular African wildlife. Plan your Kruger Park safari trip from our recommended safari tour options, which range from exclusive private safaris to affordable group safaris. Take a journey of exploration to find Africa’s Big Five : Elephant, Lion, Rhino, Leopard and Buffalo, you will discover unique wildlife on a real safari in Africa.
Encounter the abundant wildlife of the Okavango Delta, the biggest inland delta in the world. Here, the drama of life unfolds at every turn, whether during frequent game drives aboard safari vehicles designed to offer exceptional views or during water safaris by mokoros (dugout canoes) through flooded plains.
The Kalahari and the Makgadikgadi Pans are unchatered, off the beaten path experiences – they are known for huge zebra and wildebeest migration, to the home of the meerkats and the oldest tribe in Africa, the San bush people.
To experience the best of Zimbabwe, you need to start with a deep knowledge of its many facets and the possibilities it holds. At night, the sound of a hippo grunting rises up from the river at Mana Pools National Park. The trumpeting of tusker echoes across the savannah at noontime. Enormous herds of elephant and buffalo roam Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe’s largest reserve. In the private game reserve of Matetsi you’ll find the rare sable antelope. Exciting wildlife safaris, with some of the best naturalists in all Africa, help visitors spot the proverbial Big 5, plus cheetahs and wild dogs, and many more animal and bird species. Throughout Zimbabwe, bush camps and lodgings are of the highest standards, and hospitality is warm and efficient.
Beyond the wildlife, the highlight of a trip to Zimbabwe is surely the point where the Zambezi River cascades over the edge of a basalt plateau. Forming the mile-wide Victoria Falls, it casts its magic on all who stand at the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe
Mozambique is blessed with hundreds of miles of beautiful unspoilt coastline; with warm, blue waters of the Indian ocean lapping at the shores of white sand beaches. The picture postcard sunsets punctuated by the sails of the traditional fisherman’s dhow boats. Mozambique has a more authentic feel than many other Indian ocean retreats, with a more relaxed, uncomplicated luxury and authentic experience than one finds elsewhere.
The Zambian guides are the best in Africa thanks to extra strict guiding exams.Walking here is magical as the game is abundant and terrain varying from the rivers and leopard of the South Luangwa, to the wetlands of the Lower Zambezi National Park, and the vast remote plains of Kafue – and of course, not forgetting the mesmerising Victoria Falls.
Morocco City Culture History
Visit Morocco, a North African country bordering the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea. Morocco is distinguished by its Berber, Arabian and European cultural influences. Visit Morocco for its vast culture, such as its ancient cities, and heritage. Marrakech is the place to visit in the winter while Tangier, Asilah, and Chefchaouen is the love paradise.
Take a walk along the ramparts of the walled city in windy and colorful Essaouira. You can also decide to have a taste of how Moroccan’s live by signing up for a traditional hammam experience and get scrubbed clean in a building of fantastic Moorish architecture. Make your vacation more interesting by riding a camel through the foothills of the Atlas Mountains and explore Agafay Desert outside Marrakech. End your vacation by camping overnight with Bedouins on the undulating red-tinged dunes of the Sahara near Merzouga. Here you will see millions of stars crowding the night sky in silence.