Africa is often overlooked by those who look further abroad for their travel adventures. Although African holidays might not be everybody’s cup of tea,some of the world’s most memorable destinations are waiting to be explored.
Here are a few of our favourite attractions that should to be on your bucket list.

Kenya

Heading to a game reserve to enjoy a bit of fresh air and game watching is a pretty common experience for a lot of people. In Kenya, they’re lucky to have the largest land migration in the world! Sound pretty good so far? Thinking about a visit yet? No? How about watching the largest migration in the world from a hot air balloon as you soar above the iconic Masai Mara. Having your head in the clouds doesn’t always have to be a bad thing! Stay at Fairview Hotel to make the most out of your Kenyan trip.

Tanzania

Have you ever thought how cool it would be to see Africa’s most famous animals as you drove around an ancient volcanic crater in the heart of Africa? Well, look no further than Ngorongoro Crater.

The crater, as locals refer to it, is a World Heritage Site and the incredible game drive experience you could ever dream to have. For a start, you have to drive 610 meters down into the crater to start exploring its 260 square kilometer area. The crater has all the animals that attract tourists from all over the world including lion, buffalo, rhino, elephant and leopard. Luckily for all of you keen on a Tanzanian adventure, we’ve just opened a brand new hotel in Dar es Salaam!

Botswana

Who doesn’t love a bit of fresh air and spending time in nature? Most of us experience nature from inside a car or at a zoo but have you ever thought of seeing Africa’s wild side from a canoe?

Botswana’s Okavango Deltais the best place in Africa to have a safari from a canoe because of all the thousands of waterways that are spread around the delta. See Africa’s main attractions from another angle that you can’t get anywhere else. You can stay in Gaborone as a stop over to your ultimate canoe safari.

Namibia

Namibia is known for its vast desert and rugged Skeleton Coast, but did you know that Namibia has the second highest sand dune in the world? Dune 7 might be a lazy way to name Namibia’s highest dune but that’s where the laziness stops. To get to the top of this epic dune you need to hike around 383 meters up. The good news is that the view is worth every step on the way up.

We have the perfect place for you to stay in Windhoek during your epic Namibian adventure.

Mozambique

One of the biggest draw cards of Mozambique is the crystal-clear ocean that boasts some of the best scuba diving in the whole world. Exploring the beautiful coral reefs of the country’s dreamy coastline is what attracts tourists from all over the world. Luckily, you don’t need to be a professional to enjoy the reefs. All you need is to be able to swim and then you’re all set.

It’s safe, fun and definitely a must-see for anyone who enjoys a bit of adventure! Another great reason to visit Mozambique will be our newest hotel to Maputo which will be opening soon!


So, don’t let all the amazing destinations pass you by because they are just around the corner. Plan a trip now to explore what we’re lucky to have in our beautiful part of the world. Have fun!

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