African travel destinations are varied and many, offering a wide variety of activities to indulge in during your African safari. The large area of Africa includes the most diverse geography, giving you an easy access to several historical and natural wonders that are only accessible from specific geographical areas. Here you can see a range of wildlife including lions, zebras, elephants, giraffes, antelopes and many other species. The large quantity of flora and fauna in Africa makes it the home of some of the most stunning landscape and vegetation. The large number of game reserves in Africa gives you an opportunity to see an overview of the wildlife in Africa
Tanzania: Known for the vast Thula Himba National Park, Tanzania is a safari destination with diverse landscape and a wide range of wildlife attractions. It is an arid and semi-arid country, characterized by the presence of sandy beaches and the coastal grasslands. About 30% of the landmass of Tanzania is desert. About two-fourth of the total population of Tanzania is made up of Tanzanian black and white colobus monkeys, with the remaining portion being equatorial brush land.
Botswana: The largest nation of Botswana, it is a very popular tourist destination. It is noted for the large variety of wildlife attractions, beautiful scenery, deserts, and mountain ranges, as well as its beautiful beaches and lakes. There are about two-thirds of its total landmass covered with the Kalahari Desert, the second largest desert in the world. About 40% of Botswana’s total area is forested, with the remaining area consisting of wetlands and grasslands. The Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Conservation Area are among the most popular tourist destinations in Botswana.
Kenya: This beautiful country is a popular tourist destination in Africa due to its diverse landscape and great variety of wildlife. Kenya has about half its total area covered with the Maasai Mara Game Reserve, where there are about one hundred thousand elephants. It also has a number of game reserves and parks, including Lake Nakuru, Tarangire National park, Serengeti National park, Okavango Delta in the north and the Selous and Saba rivers in the south. There are about half a dozen islands in the Indian Ocean, including the Mahuluhulu Islands and Vanuatu archipelago. The coastal region has several offshore islands, including the Maltese island of Malta and Italian island of Sicily.
Mozambique: Mozambique is a small country that lies in the Eastern Equator of Africa. It shares borders with Zimbabwe, Namibia, Tanzania and Zambia. The main cities in Mozambique are Foshuvu and Addis Abadze. The country is famous for its natural hot spots such as the Volcanoes and the Chlorite Lakes.
Tanzania: A safari in Tanzania will give you an opportunity to view the various wonders of the flora and fauna of this incredible country. Most popular touristic destinations in Tanzania are Serengeti National park, Selous and Mikumi National parks, Great Orini wildlife center and the Zanzibar archipelago. Tanzania has many other tourist spots such as Mount Kilimanjaro, Mafia Island, Zanzibar archipelago, Mahale Mountains and others.