Travelling in Africa – a continent of epic magic with staggering beauty and infinite diversity
A continent as expansive as Africa offers travel connoisseurs immense beauty and infinite variety. With its jaw-dropping scenery and endless savanna, exceptional wildlife, rich cultural heritage, idyllic beaches and that legendary sunset sky. The continent abounds with incredible sights and experiences: Nowhere on Earth compares to travelling in Africa.
Africa is also a continent of contrasts. From the untamed wilderness of Maasai Mara and Serengeti to the glittering skyline of Cape Town. The magnificent landscapes embrace snow-capped mountains, lush forests, shimmering plains, mighty rivers, sparkling lakes and impossibly-perfect beaches.
From vast plains teeming with wildlife and glowing sand dunes to lush waterways of the Okavango Delta, the colourful markets of North Africa and cosmopolitan Cape Town, this spellbinding continent is magnificent in its extremes. Africa has a way of carving a place into your heart – the indescribable beauty of everything from the sweeping savannah to the majestic wildlife is enough to leave you craving for more.
Travelling in Africa is an opportunity to witness the untold majesty of nature’s greatest spectacle, the African wilderness. From the wildebeest herds of the Serengeti to the playful impala of the Okavango Delta and the big cats of Sabi Sand, Africa’s wildlife diversity is simply extraordinary. With its spectacular scenery, world-famous game reserves and iconic Big Five, the continent offers some of the most epic wildlife-viewing on the planet.
Africa is also blessed with a spectacular coastline and idyllic tropical islands just off the shore – great for beach holidays and ideal as an add-on to a safari. From private bays to endless miles of white sand, eastern Africa is abundant in the most incredible beaches. Head to the Indian Ocean coast of Kenya, Tanzania and Mozambique and the tropical islands such as Zanzibar.
Africa is out on its own for sheer scale, variety and dramatic impact, and once you have been travelling in Africa, you will want to return again and again.