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Africa is the 2nd largest and 2nd most populous continent in the world. Before we tell you why Africa should be your next travel destination, let us tell you that over 30 million tourists visit this continent annually. Closest to nature, Africa has experiences to offer that cannot be found anywhere else in the world.


Africa is brimming with the grand adventures that will amaze you. You will find the world’s longest river, largest desert, largest wildlife migration, largest living land animal, and largest outdoor art galleries. Apart from such records, Africa offers experiences that are out of the world.


This continent has vibrant cities, incredible wildlife, humongous mountains, sparkling waterfalls and beaches, and numerous natural wonders. Apart from a diverse landscape and remarkable safari tours, Africa also has a fascinating history along with historical and ancient sites to offer for its tourists. It is a paradise for adventure lovers with opportunities for hiking, trekking, cycling in the jungle, and much more.


You must not miss the opportunity to visit their colorful markets. African countries are enriched with culture and traditions, and they follow them religiously. While you stroll through their markets, look out for shops selling art. You will find unique artifacts and their traditional jewelry.


Top Destinations


Africa is comprised of 54 countries, but your travel journey can be fulfilled by visiting only a few incredible countries with fascinating tourist attractions. To make the best of your travel experience, you should start with modern countries having vibrant cities, then head on to a beautiful island, and lastly, an ancient land with an exciting history.


  • South Africa


South Africa is located on the southernmost tip of Africa. It is one of the most visited countries in Africa, and it has some vibrant cities like Cape Town, Johannesburg, Durban, and Pretoria. South Africa offers a variety of outdoor activities, picturesque scenery, and fascinating wildlife. One of the most popular adventurous spots is Nambiti Big 5 Private Game Reserve, where you will find the big 5 animals, including lions, leopards, elephants, rhinos, and buffalo.


South Africa’s best tourist attractions include Drakensberg Mountain, Kruger National Park, Blyde River Canyon, and iSimangaliso Wetland Park.


  • Morocco


Morocco is a blend of African and Arab worlds, and you will be fascinated by their culture, traditions, norms, and customs. It is a North African country with fabulous sceneries and the Sahara Desert. Its villages are quaint and the cities beautifully painted with local art. You will receive an entirely different but pleasurable travel experience.


Morocco’s fascinating landmark is Hassan Mosque, located in Casablanca, where you’ll be amazed by its fine decoration. Some of the most visited tourist attractions are Udayas Kasbah, Chefchaouen Kasbah, Bab el Mansour, and the seaside town of Essaouira.


  • Egypt


Egypt is famous for its 7000-year-old history and the monuments of the Pyramids and Sphinx. One of the most popular activities is sailing in the Nile River, backed by desert dunes. You may explore the history of Egypt by visiting Abu Simbel and Egyptian museums or visit the European style city of Alexandria and Cairo, also known as a city of the 19th century.


Egypt also offers its sandy beaches for beach lovers. Despite having few modern sites in urban cities, Egypt is all about its very long history with such ancient sites, including Luxor Temple, Valley of the Kings, Karnak Temple, and Abydos. The White Desert is also a fascinating point of interest.


Top Deserts


You think about Africa, and some prominent things that cross your mind are the Nile River, Pyramids, Cape Town, wildlife, and the Sahara Desert. Once you land, you’ll learn that there is also a wide range of unique and amazing deserts worth visiting. Make sure you take your camera with you because these miraculous deserts will blow your mind.


  • Sahara Desert


The largest and hottest desert in the world covers an area of 3.5 million square miles extended through various African countries (Algeria, Chad, Egypt, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Western Sahara, Sudan and Tunisia). Due to its environment, it is one of the harshest deserts in the world. Only 2.5 million people are residing in this desert in an area where water and vegetation are found. The central region of the Sahara Desert is comprised of very little rainfall, sand dunes, plateaus, dry valleys, and salt flats.


  • White Desert


The White Desert is in Egypt in the western part of the Sahara Desert. It has unique formations of white chalk-like sculptures. It is said that these sculptures and hard rock formations of white sand are the reason for sand storms, and it used to be an ancient sea bed. This White Desert was left when the sea dried up.


  • Namib Desert


The Namib Desert is unique for its contraction with an ocean and merging with the Kalahari Desert. The sight of the desert meeting an ocean is an incredible sign of mighty nature. Located in southern Africa, this desert encompasses an area of 31,200 square miles. It is one of the oldest deserts on Earth, where strong winds result in large dunes and plateaus.


  • Danakil Desert


Located in northeastern Ethiopia, the Danakil Desert is said to be the hottest and lowest point on Earth. The most interesting parts of this desert are volcanos, salt pans, geysers, and lava lakes. With less than an inch of annual precipitation, it is also the driest place on Earth.


Top Airports


Talking about international airports, there are many countries drawing tourists from all over the world, and for that matter, they have improved their airports with guaranteed passenger services and comfy lounges. Below is the shortlist of the best international airports in Africa.


Cape Town International AirportCPT          Cape Town (South Africa)
King Shaka International AirportDURDurban (South Africa)
Johannesburg International Airport          JNBJohannesburg (South Africa)
Mauritius International AirportMRUPlaisance (Mauritius)
Marrakech International AirportRAKMarrakech (Morocco)
Seychelles International AirportSEZVictoria (Seychelles)
Houari Boumediene AirportALGAlgiers (Algeria)
Cairo International AirportCAICairo (Egypt)


Luxury Hotels


The majority of African countries are underdeveloped, and that’s the reason they are called a third world country. However, there are a few countries that are well developed and attracting tourists for their magnificence. The ultimate need for tourists means that proper accommodations need to be met, especially luxury hotels. Africa has some incredible luxury hotels in their awesome countries.






Any travel experience is incomplete until you taste the local food of your destination. African food is very under-rated, but the experienced ones will tell you about its deliciousness and delicacies. Their cultural and traditional dishes made with rich spices and condiments are extremely appetizing. Don’t forget to try out Africa’s most popular dishes.


Piri Piri Chicken (Mozambique)          Egusi Soup (Nigeria)
Moin Moin (Nigeria)Cachupa (Cape Verde)
Yassa (Senegal)Kedjenou (Ivory Coast)
Couscous Royale (Tunisia)Chicken Kebabs (Egypt)

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