Six of the Best Places to Visit in Africa

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It’s no secret that Africa is a huge continent, which means any planned trip to Africa can leave you feeling very overwhelmed about the best countries and places to visit.

What’s assured is that no matter where you choose, there is always something amazing to see and do in Africa.

Here are six of the best places to visit on this continent.

  1. Kenya

This is the ideal location if you’re looking to experience the best of African wildlife, maybe take in a safari and experience the outdoors. If you’re an animal-lover with a passion for hiking, Kenya is the place to go.

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Combined with Tanzania, a visit to Kenya means you can experience the best wildlife, get up close and personal with wild beasts, and view the famous Great Migration of wildebeest, zebra and gazelle.

  1. Morocco

Morocco is your place of choice if you want an incredible backdrop of vibrancy, coupled with exciting towns and streets and a rich, colorful experience. Visit Moroccan market squares, learn about the history of its sultans and find yourself lost in aromatic spices and smells while enjoying beautiful dunes, palm groves and mountain regions.

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  1. Uganda

If you want to experience the wild during your trip and take on a trek or two, why not visit Uganda and see mountain gorillas in their natural habitat. Visit Mgahinga Gorilla National Park and enjoy an experience of silverbacks you’ll never forget.

Uganda has a rainforest climate, so no matter the time of year you intend to travel, you will need to protect yourself against wetter weather.

  1. Namibia

Namibia is home to an expanse of golden desert, and an array of wildlife and the most colorful birds you might ever meet. Namibia is also full of hiking trails waiting to be explored and stunning scenery to be appreciated.

English is also the official language in Namibia, which means if you’re looking for ease of communication and want to rest assured that you’ll be able to read road signs, Namibia has you covered.

  1. South Africa

South Africa has everything an active person could want; extreme sports, hiking opportunities, safaris and cuisine which will tempt you to explore all around to sample the best tastes.

If you’re not into shark cage diving or bungee jumping, there are still many museums and cultural spots to keep you busy and help you to learn more about African history.

If it’s an adventure you’re looking for, topped off with great food and drink, then South Africa should be your next destination. It’s also a fantastic spot if you’re looking for a warm or hot climate all year round.

  1. Cairo

If Egyptian history and surroundings are more your thing, a visit to Cairo will satisfy the adventurer in you. Whether it’s visiting the nearby Sphinx and pyramids in Giza, taking in the Nile River, learning more about King Tutankhamun and other famous mummies or simply enjoying the panoramic city views, a visit to Cairo should be on everyone’s wish list.

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