Africa : Best countries to visit in 2017

The continent of Africa is one of the most distinctive and fascinating landscapes on the planet. Visiting it is something any avid traveller should be sure to do. From safaris to beaches and island paradises, this splendid terrain is filled with adventures as far as the eye can see. Here is where you should book your next holiday in Africa.

  1. Morocco


 This majestically medieval-esque place is a must-see when you go to Africa. You’ll get a huge taste of North African culture, especially if you visit Djemma el Fna in Marrakech. It’s filled with snake charmers, street theatres, and while it’s fun during the day, it really comes alive in the evening where you’ll chefs and cuisine masters that delight in serving you. The Berber tour can give you an unforgettable experience riding through the desert on camels. Another stop in Morocco is the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ait Benhaddou, where you can see what pre-Saharan life was like and get a rare glimpse of these ancient civilisations.

  1. Reunion Island


Want an island retreat for your African holiday? Reunion Island is the place. It’s quite the paradise destination with an active volcano, miles of hiking trails, and countless natural sights that will take your breath away. Enjoy some quality beach time surrounded by tranquil blue water or rev things up with water activities that abound all over the island.

  1. Rwanda


If you love nature and wildlife, Rwanda is the place for you. It’s come to have the nickname “land of a thousand hills” because of the rugged mountain landscape. It’s also home to Volcanoes National Park, where you can see gorillas and monkeys. It’s the perfect place for a safari, or to partake in beach sports, fishing, join in on a boat tour and much war. Plus, if you love coffee and tea, you’ll love Rwanda even more since those are the biggest exports here, making for a great souvenir!

  1. South Africa


Planning a summer holiday? South Africa has you covered as the best beach holiday spot in Africa. Between September and February, the Indian Ocean is delightful. Check out the Isimangaliso Wetlands Park in St. Lucia where you’ll see over 500 different species of birds and miles of beaches. Plus the Western Cape has some truly remarkable blue waters and lagoons. You’ll find many little places tucked along the way so it’s worth it to get out and adventure.

  1. Botswana


For a safari holiday, Botswana is one of the greatest places to go wild in the world. Thanks to the Okavango Delta in the Kalahari Basin, you’ll see robust vegetation, stunning backdrops of natural beauty, and you’ll spot plenty of big game roaming around through all of it. There are also plenty of opportunities to learn about the natives here including the San people and their villages.

  1. Ghana


Did we intentionally leave the best for last? Ghanaians are noted for their genuine sense of hospitality and courtesy towards visitors. Located in West Africa, the country is widely acclaimed as the most democratic and politically stable country in the region. Forget about the crowded capital city Accra when you get there. Instead visit Mountain Afadjato, Kintampo water falls, Mole national park, Paga crocodile pond, cape coast castle and Tema. Tema is the center of the earth. Like, literally. The Greenwich meridian passes through Tema and 9 other cities in the world.

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