The Ultimate African Journey

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The barren stretches of Africa entice you with its raw beauty as well as provide amazing opportunities for wildlife discovery. Other than that, you can trek through the rainforests, explore the sand dunes, go on river cruises, discover the marine diversity and indulge in adrenaline-pumping expeditions. African holidays are certainly about a series of exceptional experiences to be cherished forever.

Here’s a list of the most extraordinary things to explore in this land.

The Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe:- Victoria Falls, on the Zambezi River at the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe, is the largest waterfall of the world. The width of the Falls is 1688m and the height is 108m. The Falls produce mist that can be seen from miles away. Thousands of visitors trek to the falls every year to behold its bewitching beauty. It offers a spectacular sight of natural brilliance.  

Kilimanjaro, Tanzania:- The snow capped peak of Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa. The compelling beauty is a great fascination for mountaineers and trekkers. Every year, adventurists of all ages and abilities look forward to a successful summit in climbing the mountain. A variety of routes and accommodation facilities are available for climbers. You will also get to explore the lush forests, tea plantations and magnificent wildlife.  

Table Mountain, South Africa:- Table Mountain is South Africa’s most iconic landmark. At the same time, it is a paradise for hikers and nature lovers. The flat-topped mountain is a part of the Table Mountain National Park that boasts numerous rare and endangered species of animal life. The vegetation also comprises of a profoundly rich biodiversity, with over 2,200 species of plants.  

The Great Migration, Tanzania:- The annual wildebeest migration, when over two million animals migrate from the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania to the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya during July through to October in search of greener pastures and water, is a remarkably exceptional phenomenon. If witnessing the migration is in your wish list, plan your cheap holidays to Africa accordingly.

Rainforests of the Virunga National Park:- Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo is both a National Park and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park is a safe refuge for endangered mountain gorillas. In addition, it is also home to low-land gorillas, chimpanzees, forest elephants, giraffes and buffalo.

Africa is amazingly rich in terms of tourist attractions and besides these natural wonders it has a wide range of ancient and cultural gems as well. Plan a trip to any of its part and the experiences you’ll get is bound to be truly incredible.  

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