Attracting over a million tourists each year, Kenya has become East Africa’s leading safari destination. It is a country where tourists can experience both the thrill of an adventurous safari and the serenity of white sandy beaches. Tourists have the unique opportunity to learn more about and engage in wildlife conservation efforts by visiting various National Parks and activities within the city, such as feeding the Giraffes and interacting with orphaned Elephants.Let's Go to Kenya!
A safari and beach haven for tourists with varying travel interests, Tanzania is also home to Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest free-standing mountain in the world. Besides teeming with wildlife, Tanzanian landscapes make some excellent locations for trekking expeditions for the adventurous traveler. Tourists have the unique opportunity to engage in cultural tourism, particularly in Zanzibar, where hard currency was first introduced in Africa.Let's Go to Tanzania!
Home to Africa’s tallest mountain range, largest lake, and the source of the longest river in the world, Uganda was rightfully coined the ‘Pearl of Africa.’ They have a conservation policy that requires replacing every cut down tree by planting three more. The country is also well known for its conservation efforts towards the protection of the Great Apes, such as the Mountain Gorillas and Chimpanzees, making it a popular destination in East Africa.Let's Go to Uganda!
Known as the Rainbow Nation, South Africa boasts Golden beaches, incredible wineries, national parks teeming with wildlife, and a melting pot of cultures. It is a great starting point for many foreign visitors as it is one of the most developed nations in Africa. From wilderness to bustling cities, the country promises something for everyone. It is a gold mine in its true sense!Let's Go to South Africa!
The world’s largest sheet of falling water, the Victoria Falls is located in a National Park that provides magnificent views of this natural giant wonder. It is the largest waterfall in Africa, as well as one of the highest, widest, and most powerful. And it is for all of these reasons that a safari package to Zimbabwe or Zambia can never really be complete without a stop off to view the Falls, described in the 1800s by the Kololo as ‘Mosi-oa-Tunya’ which means ‘the Smoke that thunders.’ When it comes to adventure activities on either side of the Falls, there is no shortage of things to do. Adventure-lovers will be able to try their hands at white water rafting, bungee jumping, abseiling, and more!Let's Go to Victoria Falls!
An exotic island and holistic vacation spot that can be explored in a short span of time, Mauritius is the perfect getaway for every traveler. Ranging from helicopter rides around mountains, exploring waterfalls and temples, visiting museums and enjoying a variety of water sports all within a close proximity of each other, tourists have a plethora of activities to engage in. The country is also the only known home of the extinct Dodo.Let's Go to Mauritius!
Known for having one of the longest histories of any country, Egypt’s heritage traces back to the 6th–4th millennia BC. Considered as a cradle of civilization, Egypt boasts some of the earliest developments of writing, agriculture, urbanization, architecture, organized religion and central government. Many sites across the country, such as the Great Pyramids, the Sphinx, and temples have been the centre of epic movies around the ancient worlds. This place serves as both a history and adventure lovers bucket list!Let's Go to Egypt!