Africa is an inspirational continent that has to be seen to be believed. The cultures, scenery and experiences are unique to each destination and wherever you travel you  will be
filled with the overwhelming African spirit that will live with you forever.
Kenya has an extraordinary variety of natural habitats and terrain, from coral reefs to open grasslands and tropical forest; snow-capped volcanoes to arid
desert. Altitudes range from sea level to the peak of Mount Kenya, at 17,058 feet Africa's second highest mountain. Its population includes over 40 ethnic
groups. Its national parks and game reserves, among the best in Africa.
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Rwanda is situated on the eastern rim of the Albertine Rift, a western arm of the Great Rift Valley, on the watershed between Africa's two largest river
systems: the Nile and the Congo. Much of the country is  impressively mountainous.  Despite the 1994 genocide, much of the country has been rebuilt and the
economy and tourism resurrected. Rwanda is the home to elusive mountain gorillas; breathtaking mountain views, volcanoes, waterfalls and rainforests and a
rich fauna
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Egypt’s archaeological wonders attracts travellers to the pyramids, temples, mosques and great monuments of the Nile Valley, as well as the diving resorts of
the Red Sea. The Nile feeds the irrigated fields adjacent to villages shaded by date palms. Whether on a cruise ship or traditional felucca, life on the water is a
constant visual feast. Cairo, Alexandria, Aswan and Luxor also offer babble of exotic sounds and smells.
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Malawi, “the Warm Heart of Africa”,  has a thoroughly deserved reputation for the friendliness of its people. Hundreds of miles of tropical golden sand beaches
line Africa’s third largest lake. Relax in the sun on an uncrowded beach, hand-feed tropical fish at the world’s first freshwater National Park or enjoy the water
sports. Malawi’s nine Wildlife Reserves offer true unspoilt wilderness. Experience the thrill of safaris as they used to be, staying in just a handful of exclusive
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The islands of Mozambique have recently become very accessible and are priced to accommodate a range of safari budgets. Activities abound: fishing,
swimming, snorkeling, diving, horseback riding and much more. The white sand beaches and emerald green water are just perfect for a few days’ relaxation
after a busy and exciting safari. Easily accessible from Johannesburg or Mpumalanga airports, the flight to Vilanculos is comfortable and the internal air transfer
to the islands only takes about 15 minutes.
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The glorious islands of the Seychelles are scattered in the Indian Ocean, some 1000 miles off Africa's east coast and the island of Mauritius. These 100
gleaming pearls of paradise provide spectacular lush tropical scenery combined with superb white sandy beaches and beautiful deserted coves and bays. The
crystal clear waters and lovely coral reefs offer some of the best diving in the world and also some great big game fishing. There are also excellent water
sports facilities.
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The jewel of the Indian Ocean, Mauritius is an island of immense beauty with a breathtaking lush, central plateau, crowned with vast lofty mountains, beautiful
waterfalls and a spectacular 130km coastline encircled by coral reef. The world-class hotels, great scenery and beautiful beaches are the main reasons to
travel to Mauritius, but many also visit to experience the wonderful deep-sea fishing and fantastic golf courses.
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Madagascar lies 400 kilometres off the east coast of Africa and is legendary for the profusion of its wildlife and flora, 80% of which is found nowhere else on
earth. The island offers diverse and spectacular scenery: mountains, deserts, rainforests, dazzling beaches fringing the Indian Ocean and island archipelagos
linked by coral reefs and clear turquoise waters.
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Uganda is regarded as one of the most scenic countries on the continent and is endowed with an extraordinary diversity of natural resources such as: fresh
water lakes, swamps, mountains and forests. It is also a primate destination and has half of the world’s population of endangered mountain gorillas. Presently
the country prides itself on having 10 National Parks, 11 Wildlife Reserves and 36 Forest Reserves.
Tanzania is a land of contrasts and majesty, Africa at its most wild and unexplored. There is the snow-capped summit of Mount Kilimanjaro and the sun-kissed
beaches of Zanzibar, the vast herds of game grazing on the Serengeti plains and the slow volcanic eruption of Ol Donyo Lengai. With so much natural wealth,
it's no wonder that Tanzania has something for everyone.
South Africa’s exotic combinations of landscapes, people, history and culture offer a unique and inspiring experience. South Africa is a heady mix of third and
first world cultures - along with the best and least crowded beaches in the world. With wildlife parks such as the Kruger Park, Eight World Heritage Sites,
beautiful natural scenery, and a great  infrastructure, this is a destination not to be missed.
Namibia is a country of fascinating scenic beauty and is dominated by the Kalahari and Namib Deserts. From the massive dunes of the Sossusvlei area and the
desolate stretches of beach along the Skeleton Coast, to Damaraland with its contrast of desert, deep canyons and high mountain ranges. Of course, there is
the Etosha National Park which offers superb game viewing.
Botswana has a natural beauty that lies in its wilderness, wildlife and cultural diversity. The renowned Okavango Delta spreads out across the north western
corner and creates a paradise within the Kalahari Desert. The Moremi Game Reserve, established to preserve much of the Okavango, is home to a variety of
animals. The Chobe National Park and Savuti area are well known for concentrations of elephants. Unique San rock art, geological wonders, and traditional art
are additional attractions in the country.
Zambia is home to the legendary Victoria Falls, the mighty Zambezi River, breath-taking lakes and wetlands, a profusion of birds, abundant wildlife, and raw,
pulsating wilderness, all in one friendly country. A wide range of activities like the renowned walking safari; river rafting; bungee into the deep gorge below the
Victoria Falls; abseiling, canoeing safaris down the Zambezi, River Surfing, excellent Tiger Fishing and breathtaking African sunsets cruises are on offer
Zimbabwe has a generous sampling of the Africa including exotic scenery, interesting cultures and a good variety of game parks. It also has a few things you
might not expect to see, including Great Zimbabwe, the most extensive ruins in sub-Saharan Africa. Without a doubt, the highlight of Zimbabwe is the dramatic
Victoria Falls, which the country shares with neighboring Zambia. There, the mighty Zambezi River crashes into the Bakota Gorge and is deservedly one of the
Seven Wonders of the Natural World.
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