South Africa rivals other African destinations with its gorgeous cities, wildlife parks, rich history, enchanting cultures and verdant vineyards. You can escape to South Africa for a taste everything African with a European twist.

Cape Town is South Africa’s jewel and is famous for scenic drives, Table Mountain, fantastic beaches, whale watching, vibrant nightlife, fine dining and a laid-back atmosphere. The Kruger National park is also a major highlight of any South African tour with its exotic wildlife. For those seeking sun, fun and sand, the Durban coastline is an ideal escape and offers marine life, golden beaches and surfing.


Kenya is popular for its excellent safari experiences where elephant, cheetah, lion, wildebeest, gazelle, zebras and many more animals dot its plains. However, aside from its unbeatable wildlife parks, Kenya boasts of pristine sandy beaches lapped by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. Beaches like Bamburi, Nyali and Diani are crowd pullers for both locals and foreigners. Others like Galu, Msambweni and Tiwi beaches offer quieter and tranquil atmosphere. You can enjoy bird watching in the quiet beaches and beware of primates such as colobus monkeys and baboons that eye your snacks. Whether seeking a romantic getaway, sporting or family holiday, the Kenyan tropical beaches will definitely woo you.


Egypt has for ages, boggled the minds of many whether engineers, scientists, travelers and archeologists. It has a lot that remains mysterious such as the ancient Pyramids of Giza, the temples of Luxor, the great Sphinx and the city of Cairo. Egypt offers a great African escape with amazing ancient treasures, monuments, deserts and fantastic beaches. The best places to tour in Egypt include the River Nile, the Siwa Oasis, Abu Simbel, Valley of the Kings, the Red Sea and the temples at Karnak, all of which you can find on .


Botswana is the ultimate African Safari destination with numerous wildlife parks where animal spotting is almost a guarantee. It also offers exclusive game viewing in its private reserves and luxurious lodges. It is also one of the most expensive safari destinations, but its fantastic game viewing and fabulous safari camps like the ones here are all worthwhile.

The rainy season is perhaps the best time to visit Botswana as animals migrate in huge numbers from the Okavango Delta and Chobe River to the Kalahari Desert and Makgadikgadik Pans. It creates such a marvelous spectacle that you can only experience in Botswana.


Morocco in North Africa is a sun, sand and exotic destination close to Europe. From its majestic Atlas Mountains to its vibrant cities and the harsh Kalahari Desert, Morocco never ceases to impress. The bustling city of Marrakech is one of the most popular destinations in Morocco at the foot of the Atlas ranges. It offers souks and historic monuments. Fez is a representation of ancient Arabic world while Essaouira is ideal for relaxed seaside holidays. Merzouga is a desert town that gives access to Morocco’s largest sandy dunes in Erg chebbi.Morocco stirs all the senses with its beaches, cultures and impressive ancient and modern influences.





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