You hear the name “Africa” and you act a bit surprised. Africa as a tourist destination? Well, don’t be surprised, Africa has some incredible places to travel to. Africa is abundant with the natural landscape. From forests to deserts to lakes to wild animals, there is something for everyone to see if you ever travel to Africa. Here is a list of 10 Incredible trips that you can take whenever you want to travel a bit…
Travel to Mozambique and head to Ibo Island and set sail on an Arabian dhow and cruise the cyan-blue waters
How incredible would it be to have the pyramids all to yourself? There are companies who can make it happen, just research a bit, and see the Pyramids the way Victorians used to do and transport yourself to a different era.
Visit Botswana and ask for Ralph Bousfield, an A-Lister guide and explore the desert with him. Go minimalist and sleep on a bedroll under a desert sky in the Kalahari.
Ethiopia’s Danakil Depression is one of the hottest, driest, and lowest places on the planet. The Danakil Depression is a contender for the hottest place on Earth. Take a helicopter to drop in on Ethiopia’s Danakil Depression. Its glowing lava lake and sulphuric-yellow salt flats make for some of the weirdest landscapes on earth.
Visit Tanzania and to see Lake Victoria. Inside the lake, there are more than 3000 islands, some of which are also inhabited. These islands can be visited and the most popular of them all are the Ssese Islands. Tiptoe around chimps whose ancestors were brought from Europe in the 1960s to Rubondo Island
Take a trip to visit the theater at Wild Waters Lodge, which occupies its own island in the rapids of the Ugandan Nile.
Go off-the-beaten path in remote Southern Morocco on a road-trip through southern Morocco’s palm oases and red dunes on the scenically rugged Route du Sud, ending at the chic 19th-century Casbah hotel Dar Ahlam and explore sand dunes, beaches, and the rugged scenic beauty.
Looking to mix the adventure of a safari with the privacy and family-friendliness of a villa? Safari expert Cherri Briggs spends half the year in Africa and can advise on when and where to see the wildlife that most interests you. Track tiny elephants through the forest of the Central African Republic alongside the native Bayaka people
Fly an old-school Cessna 210 up Namibia’s Skeleton Coast and explore the wild and remote Skeleton Coast on this unforgettable small group safari, enjoying stunning aerial views as you fly between isolated desert camp
What better way to finish your exploration than in Kenya’s hotspot for relaxation. Offering nearby beach resorts, as well as cultural and active pursuits, Mombasa is the perfect aprés safari destination.
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