So you want to visit Africa?

Camel trekking in the Sahara, climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, or exploring Berber villages… When you visit Africa, the possibilities are limitless


Some Local people from an African Tribe in Tanzania

Reasons to visit Africa 1 – The Culture

With over 50 countries and 3,000 fascinating tribes and cultures, you’ll definitely discover new things when you visit Africa!

Some tribes are more well known than others. The Zulu, which happens to also be Africa’s largest ethnic group of 11 million people. The Masai, who have deeply rooted traditions and culture, known for living nomadic lifestyles and herding cattle for a living. The San and Batswana people of the Eastern Kalahari, with a cultural heritage that is over 20,000 years old. To name a few.

While thousands more exist, each has equally amazing communities, traditions, and complex languages that will forever captivate the modern world.


a shot of Kilimanjaro in Africa with a tree in the forground.

2 – The Views

From the dunes of the Sahara to Table Mountain. The Ngorongoro Crater to Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa has some of the most breath-taking views you’ll find anywhere on planet Earth.

Whether you’re looking to trek up one of the world’s seven summits, raft along the rapids of Morocco or see some of the rarest animals the world has to offer, Africa has it all.


a heard of Giraffes in Tanzania

3 – The Wildlife

Probably one of the most iconic images that comes to mind when talking about Africa, is the Africa Safari. Whilst every country boasts its own feasts of beasts. Arguably the best can be found in Tanzania.

Tanzania has the largest concentration and diversity of animals in Africa. There are over 1000 bird species to spot in the country. It is home to some of the world’s most treasured national parks and game reserves. Including the Selous Game Reserve, which is the world’s largest game reserve and home to more than 120,000 elephants, 160,000 buffalos, and 2000 rhinos. Selous is also home to large concentrations of hippos, crocodiles, and wild dogs.


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