Updated: Feb 8, 2021
Holiday Memory of Lifetime
African's Are Telling Africa holiday Destination Stories Intercontinental.
By Limelight Safari Africa Limited
Gateway to Africa Holiday
Africa Top Tourist Destination, Land makers. Together we can make this destinations noticed. Worldwide, to Africa tourism market Abroad and Africa wide. Given the size and diversity of the African continent, choosing just ten destinations for this bucket-list article was no easy task. Of course, the places that top your must-see list will depend on your personal interests and preferences - but here, we look at ten of Africa's most evocative, iconic and unfishable spots. Kenya's Maasai Mara is a wonderland of spectacular scenery, colorful native culture and unparalleled wildlife-spotting opportunities. The park connects to Tanzania's Serengeti National Park, and together, the two parks create the ultimate safari destination. This is your best bet for spotting the Big Five in a single morning, and for witnessing East Africa's famous wildebeest migration. In the Maasai Mara, hot-air balloon safaris offer a once-in-a-lifetime safari experience Victoria Falls is defined by plunging, roaring water falling beneath a mystical veil of spray. The falls' indigenous name is "The Smoke That Thunders', and there's nothing quite like witnessing its power from one of the mist-soaked lookout points. Victoria Falls boasts the world's largest sheet of falling water, with over 625 million litres flowing over the edge per minute during peak flood season Known for its first-world culture, exceptional scenery and gourmet restaurant scene, Cape Town is the jewel in South Africa's crown. From the iconic silhouette of Table Mountain to the golden beaches of the surrounding suburbs, Cape Town is undoubtedly one of the world's most attractive cities. It's also the perfect base for exploring the rest of the Western Cape, including the vineyards of nearby Paarl and Franschhoek Those in search of true African wilderness should consider a white-water rafting trip on Ethiopia's Omo River. Barely accessible by vehicle, the Omo River Region is largely cut off from the outside world. Because of this, the tribes that live there have retained their traditional customs and way of life, and as such a visit to this remote destination offers a fascinating insight into indigenous culture. In order to travel safely and to enhance your understanding of local culture, joining an organised tour is strongly advised. Part of the larger Virunga Conservation Area, Mgahinga Gorilla National Park is often rated as one of the best places in the world to see the critically endangered mountain gorilla. Mgahinga boasts a mystical landscape of extinct volcanoes and dense, cloud-topped rainforest. It is part of the Virunga Range, which spans Rwanda, Ugandaand the DRC and forms one of the few remaining mountain gorilla habitats. With only around 800 mountain gorillas left, seeing the species in the wild is something only a few people will ever have the privilege to experience. Africa is known as one of the best destinations for adventure travel and there are few greater challenges than hiking up the world's tallest free-standing mountain. Tanzania's Mount Kilimanjaro stands at 19,340 feet/ 5,895 meters and takes between five and nine days to summit. Incredibly, reaching Kilimanjaro's peak is possible for anyone with a good level of fitness, as the climb doesn't require specialised climbing equipment or expertise. However, altitude sickness can be a problem for would-be hikers, and pre-climb