‘Wildlife’ is the word that strikes our mind when we think of Africa but it’s a lot more than that. Undoubtedly, tourism covers a critical part in various countries of Africa offering a wide cultural heritage, diversity, and points of interest.
If you happen to be in Africa, don’t miss out the following places
A trip to Cairo remains incomplete without visiting any of its pyramids. Visit the site early morning to avoid the rush and bright sunshine. Get an insight into Arab culture in Cairo, right from their culinary options to art and music. The natives’ hospitality and politeness will win your heart. You can find the local belly dancers dancing to the tune of Arabic beats. You can live and feel the liveliness of the city in its nightclubs, bars, and restaurants. Cairo is also home to vibrant outfits, classic jewelry, and handcrafted goods. Enjoy shopping with the local vendors and sharpen your bargain skills. It has great options for your taste buds and sweet tooth too. Last but not the least; don’t skip visiting the world’s longest river, the Nile River. The serenity and stunning views will capture your heart forever.
- Cape Town
Cape Town is truly a remarkable and gorgeous city with a unique cityscape. The Cable Car ride is an unparalleled option for the bird’s eye view of the whole city. The place offers you everything, be it drinking, eating, or shopping options. This cosmopolitan city is accessible for everyone and suits every budget. It’s a great spot for a family vacation too, with no worries for accommodation. There are a plethora of food options at a nominal cost. The best way to explore the city is the red tour bus that takes you to prominent spots of the city. Cape Town carries an immensely rich history and culture. Hop on any of its islands for some tranquility and escape.
- Victoria Falls
Being here in itself is a breathtaking experience. Visit the falls at its best, anytime from December to May when the water level upsurges post-monsoon. The beauty of the falls gets escalated during full moon nights so plan accordingly for the best experience. The Victoria Falls Rainforest Park is genuinely charged for international tourists and is worth visiting so keep half a day to explore the same. If you carry the element of adventure within you, go for the rafting trip below the falls but if that’s not-to-be-opted for you, go for the canoeing trip on the river above the falls that also enables you to observe the wildlife along the riverside. The 330-foot bridge along the Zambezi River lets you experience bungee jumping and ziplining.
Zanzibar is a unique blend of fun, calmness, rich history, cultural diversity, amiability, and life. The serene beaches are enough to give you an escape from the rest of the world. The soothing atmosphere and romantic vibes freshen you up and let you spend some quality time with your love. It’s a crazy place for shopaholic ones too as they have a great deal of accessories, clothes, jewelry, bags, and local crafts, and Stone Town is the ultimate place to go to. It’s not known just for lively markets but also mosques, Old Fort, stunning Arab houses, and magnificent beaches. The Spice Tour, Dhow Safaris, and DalaDala Rides (public transport minibuses) are something not worth to be missed.
Tanzania welcomes wildlife lovers, beach lovers, scuba divers, snorkelers, and history seekers with open arms. The country has 16 National Parks in all, including Africa’s largest protected area, Selous Game Reserve, giving way to safaris and wildlife-related adventures. Tanzania’s beaches are so glorious and poised that make it a land of heaven on Earth. It offers a beautiful way to explore life under and above water. If Nungwi Beach and Mnemba Island offer snorkeling and diving, Changu Island stuns you with a picturesque view. The tourists are also fascinated by its cultural diversity.
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