Africa is a continent of great beauty and great contrasts, from tropical rainforests to white sand islands, from towering mountains to vast savannah plains, Africa has few equals when it comes to natural beauty, and nowhere on Earth rivals its impressive collection of unique wildlife.

Known locally as the ‘river that never finds the sea’, the Okavango Delta is a lush intricate web of waterways, islands and hillocks. It is one of Africa’s richest and most diverse concentrations of bird and wildlife including the Big 5, wild dog, and the extremely rare Pel’s Fishing Owl. Explore the Delta in a traditional dug-out canoe called a mokoro for a unique game viewing experience.

Mt Nyiragongo, DR Congo

Climb the Nyiragongo Volcano in the Democratic Republic of Congo. For a long time, it was not possible to climb the volcano due to the unrest in the country, however, that has all changed. Congo is the last frontier of Africa, just waiting for intrepid travelers to come and explore.

Ethiopian Highlands

Visitors looking to properly explore the highlands can follow a historical route over several days that includes all major sites worth visiting, including the capital Addis Ababa, Bahir Dar and Lake Tana, Gonder, Simien Mountains, Aksum, and Lalibela. The churches at Lalibela were hewn by hand out of basalt rocks over 700 years ago. Basalt is one of the hardest rock types known to man and the ingenuity, skill, and dedication of craftsmen all those years ago have left a permanent legacy of one...

Migration Balloon Safari, Kenya and Tanzania

The Great Migration takes place through the Serengeti and Maasai Mara attracting thousands of wildlife enthusiasts from around the world each year. It’s a stunning natural event that occurs when up to two million wildebeest, and thousands of other plains wildlife, migrate from the dry plains of the Serengeti to the rich grazing in the south of the Maasai Mara Nature Reserve. A migration balloon safari over either Kenya's Masai Mara or Tanzania's Serengeti is without question one of life's mos...

Road trip from Cairo to Cape Town

Perhaps the biggest — and most daunting — item on many African travel bucket lists is a trip from south to north, or north to south. The epic journey from Cape to Cairo can take many forms — intrepid travelers have achieved the feat on bicycle, motorcycle, in large overland vehicles, in small cars, and even on foot.

Skeleton Coast, Namibia

The Skeleton Coast is one of the world’s great natural wonders. It’s where a blistering desert meets a treacherous, icy ocean current to create a wild, untouched and barren landscape. This is a safari destination like no other. If you are an adventurous traveler it is a must for your Africa bucket list. Climb the soaring sand dunes, photograph historic shipwrecks, hot air balloons over the vast landscapes, engage with local Himba people or go on a game drive to spot the famed desert-adapted l...

Nyungwe Forest, Rwanda

Climb Mountain Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

One of the most iconic of all African destinations; climbing to the top of the world's tallest freestanding mountain (5,985m) is a must for all adventurers. You will not necessarily need mountaineering experience but a certain standard of fitness is required.

Gorilla Trekking in Uganda

Gorilla Trekking in either Uganda, Rwanda, or DR Congo is one of those once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Requiring a certain amount of fitness, you will hack a way through the steamy, dense, African jungle and meet the tranquil beauty of the mountain gorillas at rest and at play.

Table Mountain, South Africa

An exhilarating hike up to the Plateau of Table Mountain is rewarded by outstanding views of the scale and sheer beauty of the Cape Town surrounds. You’ll need to set aside two to three hours for the walk-up, but at least you can ride the cableway back down again.

Devils`s Pool, Victoria Falls

Africa's ultimate infinity pool can be found on the edge of the mighty Victoria Falls (on the Zambian side). Devils Pool is itself a natural rock pool which can only be accessed during the dry season (September - end of January). Put your hand on the ledge and look down 108m (355 feet) of one of the greatest waterfalls in the world. Not for the faint-hearted and equally unforgettable.

Victoria Falls

The Victoria Falls, on the Zambezi River between Zambia and Zimbabwe, is also known as The Smoke that Thunders — a name you can only truly appreciate when you stand in the dense mist of the falls.