By Josie February 22nd, 2023
Are you also dreaming of exploring the many protected reserves of biodiversity and basking in the magic of an African sunset?
The Democratic republic of Congo is a blessed country as it holds the few remaining species of 3 types of animals: the endangered mountain gorillas, the Okapis, and the lowland gorillas.
Tanzania houses Africa’s highest mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro, which rises from lush, grassy plains and towers over the land.
Hunter-gatherers, known as the Khoisans inhabited the area for thousands of years, making it the culturally rich and diverse heart of Africa.
It is one of the best travel destinations when able to visit Africa: Botswana is known for its great safaris, incredible wildlife, and exciting adventures.
Breathtaking landscapes cover a vast variety of habitats, from the sands of the Kalahari Desert to the lush Okavango Delta.
The capital, Windhoek contain German colonial-era buildings such as Windhoek’s Christuskirche, built in 1907.
With the intensity of the Atlantic Ocean to one side, and the world’s oldest desert on the other, Namibia is a seriously rugged destination.
Other than the Victoria Falls Zimbabwe boasts extremely diverse national parks.
The Falls has earned its place as one of the seven natural wonders of the world and since 1989 has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Sardine Run along the South African coast is one of the largest marine-life migrations on earth.
Albeit not a place, this is also a must-see.
Their migration is one of the largest ungulates on earth.
Around 400,000 antelopes and 200,000 zebras join the Wildebeest on their journey of around 2,000 miles.