The African Continent is a stunning landscape with contrasting features and amazing wildlife. From Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia in North Africa, Ghana, Senegal, Gambia and Mali in West Africa, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Ethiopia in East Africa and the pulsating South Africa, this Dark Continent is a unique blend of ethnic cultures and cosmopolitan ambience
Africa provides numerous activities to cater to different requirements.
Go on wildlife safaris to capture fascinating glimpses of exotic and rare species. Embark on exclusive honeymoon safaris to have the most romantic time of your life.
Relax by the beach, go dirt biking over Africa's incredible landscapes or scuba diving to explore the fascinating marine life. Cycle over trails to witness life first hand, take a walk into the wilderness or go golfing.
Visit Kruger Park in South Africa, Okavango Delta in Botswana, Bwindi National Park in Uganda, Ngorongoro and Serengeti in Tanzania, Masai Mara Park in Kenya, and the Namib Desert in Namibia.
See the mighty Nile and pyramids of Egypt, browse in Moroccan bazaars, travel by caravan across the Sahara, enjoy a riverboat cruise in Ghana, scale the awesome Mt. Kilimanjaro in Kenya, view the spectacular Victoria Falls and the majestic Zambezi River, ride an elephant, or canter on horseback.
Africa offers a range of gastronomic delights. Apart from the Western fare served at recognized hotels, try out the local specialties. North Africa is famous for its delectable French cuisine, East Africa for its authentic Indian and German food and South Africa for its superb Malaysian and Indonesian delicacies.
Tuck into the mouth-watering street food, especially grilled and roasted meats and corns.
Africa provides different kinds of accommodation from basic hostels, game camps, charming bed and breakfasts, guesthouse, houseboats, excellent self-catering accommodation, lovely beach villas, and super-deluxe seaside resorts.
Africa is a great shopping destination. You can select from beautifully designed African jewellery, aromatic oils, exotic perfumes, robes, head wraps, Batiks, African flags, wildlife posters and videos, traditional musical instruments, leather and brass artifacts and wicker products
It is advisable to plan your African trip in summer. African states closer to the equator have a temperate to hot climate whereas the southern half of Africa gets chilly in winters (4° C). The rainy season is best avoided unless you wish to benefit from heavy discounts.
By Air Travel by regular air carriers or charter an aircraft to see Africa in all its glory.
By Road Bus travel gives the widest coverage. Hire a taxi, rent a car to discover Africa or go on a motorcycle adventure.
By Train Scan the picturesque African countryside when traveling by train.
Africa, the culturally rich, naturally abundant, multi-splendor continent awaits you.