If you’re excited about the possibility of visiting Africa for the first time and are still looking for possible destinations to visit, read on to discover a few of the top places to visit in Africa.
The top places to visit in Africa:
Uganda is arguably one of the most underrated travel destinations in Africa. On a trip to Uganda, you’ll be able adventure too Uganda safari and track mountain gorillas and chimpanzees, visit a rhino sanctuary, embark on a white water rafting trip and view majestic waterfalls. If you’ve always dreamed of ticking a safari off your bucket list, it’s well worth planning your first trip to Uganda as Uganda is home to over 10 world class national parks.
- South Africa
There’s a reason why South Africa is one of Africa’s top-rated tourist destinations. On a trip to South Africa, you’ll be able to surf at one of Cape Town’s legendary surf beaches, climb to the top of Table Mountain, view a penguin colony, sandboard down sand dunes and cage dive white massive great white sharks.
If you’re a bit of a history buff or are inspired by Nelson Mandela’s remarkable life, it’s well worth taking a day trip to Robben Island. Which served as Mandela’s prison for 18 years.
If you’d love to be able to visit the largest waterfall in the world, it’s well worth planning a trip to Zambia in order to visit Victoria Falls, which is the largest waterfall in the world, if not the highest waterfall in the world.
While you can also view Victoria Falls from Zimbabwe as the falls pass through both Zambia and Zimbabwe, if you’re cautious about visiting Zimbabwe due to its uncertain political climate, you can’t go wrong planning a trip to take photos of Victoria Falls from within Zambia’s borders.
It’s also well worth visiting North Africa as part of your international travels. If you’ve never traveled to North Africa before, consider booking a trip to Egypt where you’ll be able to take a hot air balloon ride over the remarkable Valley of the Kings and sail down the River Nile. Whilst exploring Egypt it’s also worth seeing the Great Sphinx of Giza and touring the ruins of Karnak.
If you’ve always wanted to book a camel trek, you’ll also be able to take your very first camel trek on a trip to Egypt.
Morroco is another North African nation which you’ll fall in love with. If you’re a bit of a film buff you may want to make your way to Casablanca, which is heavily featured in the classic 1942 film “Casablanca”, which starred Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman.
Whilst in Morroco you’ll also have a chance to shop for souvenirs and food in a colorful local market and to sand board down one of the largest sand dunes in North Africa.
So if you’re excited about one or more of the exciting African travel destinations listed above, it’s well worth planning your first trip to Africa today.
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