There are so many places to explore in South Africa in Safari. The best thing is you can go on a 28-day, in-depth expedition across 6 African countries to make the best of it. Here are the best spots in Africa you must visit:
1. Kenya’s wildlife-rich national parks
Here you’ll get views of unique birdlife and serene Rift Valley lakes. You should spend a week in Uganda with the option of traveling into the Bwindi impenetrable forest to watch out mountain gorillas.
Make prior planning to ensure ease of travel. You will find information about accommodation, national park fees, air-conditioned transport, and guides easily guaranteeing paramount safety and comfort.
2. Best Budget Expedition: Cape Town
This could be a shorter, more relaxed day trip which can be a great addition to any holiday. You can opt for this eight-hour private day trip surrounding the Cape Peninsula that visits the Bo-Kaap neighborhood, known for its neon and vibrantly colored houses. You can head toward the Cape Point Vineyards then for a taste of South Africa’s world-renowned wines.
Next, you can head to False Bay approaching through the scenic Chapman’s Peak Road to swim with penguins. Keep your last stop of the expedition the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve where a private guide will deliver information that will both thrill and amaze you.
3. Moremi Special 5 Day Safari at Botswana
Botswana is mostly outshone by its tourist-driven neighboring countries. You can opt for a five-day trip having the best of northern Botswana through a mobile, tented camp safari in the Okavango Delta, which is one of the most wildlife-abundant areas in the world.
You will get to visit the Moremi game reserve for daily land and boat excursions to see elephants, leopards, hippopotamuses, and countless other African creatures. Spend nights sitting around the crackling fire while hyenas and hippos cackle and rumble nearby.
4. 5-Day Garden Route
Taking an adventure-filled journey along the scenic Garden Route, an outing that crosses the South African Coast, beginning in Cape Town and ending in Port Elizabeth.
Trek through from the western side of the Cape to the eastern end. All through the journey, the activities you can indulge in is canoeing through the massive canyons of Storms River in Tsitsikamma National Park, surfing at J-Bay, which is home to some of the best waves in the world, and also jumping from Bloukrans Bridge, the highest bridge for a bungee jump in the world.
You may also enjoy hiking around Tsitsikamma National Park or attempting to encounter as many safari species as possible at Addo Elephant Park. You’ll have to pay extra for additional activities, lunches, and dinners.
5. Climb Mount Kilimanjaro at Tanzania
Africa is home to some extreme terrain, but some places are more daunting than Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak. Climbing the mountain is a challenge that tests your mental and physical strength.
You can go for a seven-day trip here that’ll start at Machame Gate, the entrance point of the most popular route up the mountain.
For hiking, you will have first-class equipment including oxygen systems, tents, and provisions. Airport transfers and fees are also included. There are chefs to prepare your drinks and food who will accompany the hike and are mindfully selected to provide optimal nutrition for the climb. On the final day of the trek, you’ll descend from 10,200 feet to 5,400 feet, where a celebratory presentation will take place and climbers will receive certificates of completion.
If you’re a hiker or sports enthusiast, you’d not like to miss out above-listed thrilling expeditious for sure if you happen to visit South Africa next year.