Africa has been for some years one of the favorite tourist destinations for travelers. This is probably due to the warm climate, the exotic, mysterious, distant and almost esoteric feel that makes it a fascinating and interesting as well as adventurous destination. Tourist agencies therefore have developed very special holiday packages for every type of traveler ranging from groups, singles to families and couples. The main types of travel are the Safari, the Honeymooners, award travel or business conferences and business meetings. Africa has to offer crystal clear seas, lakes, savannah, nature reserves, spectacular and rare animals, primitive tribes and more. Perhaps this is why it is so beloved because it is the only place where you can ride a camel, watch a majestic lion and explore the savannah.
Africa from Spain
Panorama of African valley
In short it is the place of adventure. The period during which you visit is not important. The climate has a great variety. It can go from hot weather in the equatorial of the arid desert of the Sahara and the Kalahari to the more rigid weather of the heights.
Beauty of Africa
According to studies by the World Tourism Organization, Africa covers 5.8% of the global tourism, with 49.3 million visits a year. The countries with the highest number of tourists are Egypt, Morocco, South Africa and Tunisia. Among the sites declared by UNESCO World Heritage Sites 120 are located in the beautiful continent of Africa.
African Elephants in the mist
In Africa, there are also great millennial rivers such as the Nile, the longest river in the world with 6.671 kilometers. One of the most visited states is South Africa which lies at the southern tip of the continent. These enchanting shores are amazing but even more fascinating are the desert areas. The whole country is impressive with its museums and its natural beauty but also with its history. South Africa is a patchwork of different people as well as being the most Western state of the African peninsula.
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