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Africa

How do you capture the essence of Africa on paper without using up every cliché in the book? No other continent comes close to it for scale, variety and pure, raw impact. Africa offers a travel experience a thousand kilometres from the well-backpacked, air-conditioned tourist trails of Southeast Asia or the cash-cow theme parks of Australia or Europe.

 

Africa\'s Top Landscapes
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Africa's Top Landscapes

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Encompassing myriad landscapes, which range from the baking volcanic depths of the Rift Valley to the ice-capped summits of Kilimanjaro and the Rwenzoris, Africa has few peers when it comes to natural beauty.

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Africa\'s Best Wildlife Parks
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Africa’s multitude of national parks, reserves and conservation areas are some of the most beautiful places on the planet, and home to a bewildering variety of wild animals – watch lions stalk their prey, see wildebeest and zebras migrating, or track gorillas through rainforest. Wherever you go, a wildlife safari (from the Swahili meaning ‘long journey’) will undoubtedly be a major highlight of your trip. Vast distances (some parks are bigger than small nations) and the unpredictable nature of large animals usually mean you need a vehicle to visit the national parks, often a 4WD, plus a knowledgable guide. Going solo is possible but expensive so many visitors opt to join an organized safari. There are itineraries to suit all budgets, starting from around US$100 per day for a basic all-inclusive experience.



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Africa\'s Top Beaches And Islands
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The rigours of travelling in Africa mean that many visitors looking for a break from life on the road end up on a beach or island. And what beaches and islands! Zanzibar - the very name of this Tanzanian island conjures up a spicy heaven of perfume plantations, endless white beaches and whispering palm trees. Further into the Indian Ocean Île Sainte Marie is a delightful destination off the northeast coast of Madagascar. On Mozambique’s southern coast Tofo is legendary for its azure waters, sweeping white sands, rolling breakers and party atmosphere. The blissful beach destination of Limbe is surrounded by banana plantations in the shade of Mt Cameroon. The Tunisian island of Jerba offers an intoxicating mix of soft sandy beaches and idiosyncratic architecture. You don't need to be on the coast, either to enjoy beach life as the sandy bays of Lake Malawi prove.

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Africa\'s World Heritage Sites Package Tours
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Since Île de Gorée in Senegal was inscribed as Africa’s first World Heritage site in 1978, Unesco has recognized a further 128 sites spread across the continent. Sites range from the iconic structures such as Giza’s pyramids to the beautiful and unique flowers of the Cape Floral Region. Ethiopia is blessed with nine World Heritage locations – the most for a single country. These include the remains of the powerful early kingdom of Aksum and Simien National Park as well as the amazing rock hewn churches of Lalibela. Other nations with seven or more sites include Egypt, Kenya, South Africa, Morocco and Tunisia. A handful of sites straddle borders, such as Victoria Falls which can be accessed from either Zambia (base yourself in Livingstone) or Zimbabwe (stay in Victoria Falls).

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Africa\'s Music Hotspots
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Africa's Music Hotspots

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Africa’s musical legacy stretches back further than that of any other continent, a history as vast and varied as its range of rhythms, melodies and overlapping sources and influences. Here, music – traditional and contemporary – is as vital to communication and storytelling as the written word. It is the lifeblood of communities, the solace of the nomad, the entertainment of choice. It also can be a political tool – perceived as a threat or a campaign winner; music played a significant role in the fight against apartheid in South Africa, for example. African leaders are forever trying.

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Africa\'s Top Ancient Sites And Early Civilisations
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Africans were developing commercial empires and complex urban societies while Europeans were still running after wildlife with clubs. Arguably the greatest of the African empires was the first: ancient Egypt. Formed through an amalgamation of already organised states in the Nile Delta around 3100 BC, Egypt achieved an amazing degree of cultural and social sophistication. Aksum, which controlled much of Sudan and southern Arabia at the height of its powers between AD 100 and 940, was the first truly African indigenous state. Before the Romans took control of North Africa there was the city state of Carthage (in modern day Tunisia), while on the West African coast the area centred on present-day Mali was home to a hugely wealthy series of empires that flourished over the course of more than 800 years. Southern Africa had the medieval city of Great Zimbabwe, construction of which began in the 11th century.

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