Southern Africa

Tours

Travel Packages

Welcome to our exciting travel packages! We offer unique experiences that will take you on an unforgettable journey, from breathtaking landscapes to cultural immersion.

UGANDA

Equator Tour Experience

The Equator Uganda experience begins with a visit to the Equator Monument, a landmark that marks the precise location of the equator line. It is a unique and exciting destination that offers visitors an opportunity to experience the natural beauty and cultural richness of Uganda.

4.8/5

Lake Mburo National Park

With its diverse landscapes, abundant wildlife, and captivating scenery, Lake Mburo National Park is a nature lover’s paradise. Immerse yourself in the beauty of the savannah, trek through the ancient forests, and witness the majestic grace of the African wildlife in their natural habitat.
4.8/5

Murchison Falls

With its sweeping savannahs, dense forests, and abundant wildlife, Murchison Falls offers an unforgettable safari experience. Explore the park on game drives, boat cruises, or nature walks, and witness elephants, lions, hippos, and crocodiles in their natural habitats. The Murchison Falls is a must-visit destination

4.8/5

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

This UNESCO World Heritage site is a biodiversity hotspot that boasts over 300 bird species, 120 mammal species, and countless plant and insect species. Trek through the dense undergrowth of the forest, as you follow your expert guide to the gorilla families that inhabit the park

4.8/5

Lake Bunyonyi

With its crystal-clear waters, scenic islands, and lush vegetation, Lake Bunyonyi is the perfect destination for a peaceful retreat or an action-packed adventure. Take a canoe ride on the lake, hike through the surrounding hills, or simply relax on the shore and soak in the stunning views. With its crystal-clear waters Lake Bunyonyi is the perfect destination for a a peaceful retreat

4.8/5

Queen Elizabeth National Park

Explore the park’s savannah grasslands, dense forests, and winding waterways, and encounter elephants, lions, buffaloes, and hippos in their natural habitats. Take a boat cruise on the Kazinga Channel and witness crocodiles, hippos, and an array of birdlife up close. Queen Elizabeth National Park is also home to several local communities

4.8/5

KENYA

Nairobi National park

Nairobi National Park is a unique wildlife reserve located within Kenya’s capital city limits, offering visitors a chance to witness the “Big Five” African animals in their natural habitat. Beyond its wildlife, Nairobi National Park is also known for its stunning vistas, hiking trails, and picnic spots. 

4.8/5

Maasai Mara National Reserve

Visitors can witness wildebeest migrations, cheetah hunts, and other incredible natural spectacles, as well as immerse themselves in the vibrant culture of the local Maasai people. With its breathtaking beauty and unparalleled wildlife sightings, the Masai Mara is a must-visit destination for anyone seeking an authentic African adventure

4.8/5

Lake Nakuru National Park

 The park is centered around the serene Lake Nakuru, which is renowned for its flamingo population and is often referred to as the “Pink Lake.” In addition to flamingos, the park is home to a variety of other bird species, as well as large mammals such as black and white rhinos, giraffes, buffalos and lions.

4.8/5

Sheldick Elephant Orphanage

The Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage is a non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating orphaned elephants in Kenya. Witness the incredible work of the organization as they care for and feed the baby elephants. Visitors can also learn about the elephants’ individual stories and the threats they face in the wild, and have the opportunity to adopt an elephant.

4.8/5

Amboseli National Park

Known for its breathtaking views of Mount Kilimanjaro and its large population of African elephants, the park features vast savannah plains, swamps, and woodlands, offering visitors the opportunity to witness a diverse range of wildlife, including lions, cheetahs, giraffes, zebras, and over 600 species of birds. Visitors can also engage in various activities such as game drives and guided walks.

4.8/5

Lake Naivasha Boat Ride

Lake Naivasha is a serene freshwater lake located in the Great Rift Valley of Kenya, offering visitors a unique opportunity to explore its tranquil waters on a boat ride. The lake is home to an abundance of birdlife, including pelicans, cormorants, and fish eagles, and is also home to a thriving hippopotamus population. Visitors also get a chance to stop at Crescent Island.

4.8/5

SOUTH AFRICA

Table Mountain Hike

 Experience the breathtaking beauty of Table Mountain, a natural wonder towering over. Cape Town’s skyline. From hiking to scenic cable car rides, this iconic destination offers unforgettable vistas and an adventure of a lifetime.

4.8/5

Cape of Good Hope & Penguins

 Embark on an epic journey to the edge of the world at Cape of Good Hope, where rugged cliffs meet crashing waves and stunning vistas await. Discover the untamed beauty of SouthAfrica’s most iconic landmark and immerse yourself in a world of natural wonder

4.8/5

Robben Island

 Step into history and  embark on a powerful journey to Robben Island, a symbol of hope, resilience, and the triumph of the human spirit. Explore the site of Nelson Mandela’s incarceration and learn about the struggle for   freedom that changed a nation. A visit to Robben Island is a must for any peddler.

4.8/5

V&A Waterfront

Discover the vibrant heart of Cape Town at the iconic V&A Waterfront. A hub of entertainment, shopping, dining and culture, this bustling waterfront precinct offers something for everyone. From luxury yachts to world-class restaurants, artisanal markets to stunning views of Table Mountain.

4.8/5

Cradle of Humankind

Unleash your inner explorer and journey to the Cradle of Humankind, a World Heritage Site that takes you back in time to the very origins of humanity. Discover ancient fossils and explore breathtaking caves 

4.8/5

Stellenbosch Vineyard Walk

Indulge in the flavors of South Africa’s renowned Stellenbosch wine region, where every sip tells a story of rich history, picturesque vineyards, and exquisite blends. Join us for an unforgettable wine tasting journey in the heart of this enchanting destination.

4.8/5

TANZANIA

Serengeti, Ngorongoro Safari Tour

Experience the awe-inspiring wonders of the Serengeti National Park on an unforgettable safari adventure. Behold the breathtaking wildlife and unspoiled natural beauty of this iconic African destination.

4.8/5

Mountain Kilimajaro Hike

Unleash your inner adventurer and conquer the ultimate challenge of Africa’s highest peak, Mount Kilimanjaro. Experience the thrill of a lifetime as you trek through ever-changing landscapes, from lush rainforests to rugged terrain, all while taking in breathtaking views of the surrounding savannah.

4.8/5

Stone Town Walking Tour

Stonetown of Zanzibar, also known as Mji Mkongwe, is the old part of Zanzibar City, the main city of Zanzibar, in Tanzania. The newer portion of the city is known as Ng’ambo, Swahili for ‘the other side’. Stone Town is located on the western coast of Unguja, the main island of the Zanzibar Archipelago.

4.8/5

Pemba Island; South explore

Pemba Island, located off the coast of Tanzania, is a true hidden gem of East Africa. With its pristine beaches, crystal-clear waters, and lush tropical forests, this island offers a stunning natural beauty that is unmatched anywhere else in the region.

4.8/5

Mikumi National Park; Safari trip

Visitors can explore the park’s diverse landscapes, from the sprawling savannah plains to the dense forests and rocky hills. Along the way, you’ll have the opportunity to spot some of Africa’s most iconic animals in their natural habitats, as well as a wide variety of bird species.

4.8/5

Lake Manyara National Park

Whether you’re an avid wildlife enthusiast or simply looking for a unique and unforgettable adventure, Lake Manyara National Park offers a one-of-a-kind experience that is not to be missed. With its stunning scenery, diverse wildlife, and rich cultural heritage.

4.8/5

RWANDA

Akagera National Park; Game Drive

Rwanda is known for mountain gorillas and mountain climbing in the Volcanoes National Park among others. However it is only in Akagera that one can spot the big 5 while in Rwanda. Safaris in Akagera National Park are also special because of the unique scenery in the park which makes for a very great feeling for those who love nature. 

4.8/5

Nyungwe Forest National Park; Canopy Walk

One of the oldest rainforests in Africa, Nyungwe is rich in biodiversity and spectacularly beautiful. The mountainous region is teaming with wildlife, including a small population of chimpanzees as well as 12 other species of primate, including the L’Hoest’s monkey endemic to the Albertine Rift.

4.8/5

Mount Kigali Hike

Kigali is a stunning mountain in Rwanda, known for its breathtaking views and challenging hiking trails. Located in the heart of the city, Kigali offers visitors the opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle of urban life and immerse themselves in nature. With its diverse flora and fauna, Kigali is a haven for wildlife enthusiasts, birdwatchers, and nature lovers.

4.8/5

Lake Kivu

Lake Kivu is one of the African Great Lakes. Lake Kivu is the largest local source of fish in Rwanda, providing more than 20,000 tons of fish per year and subsidizing fish imports for animal protein. The lake, however, is generally safe for swimmingand enjoying a variety of water activities during your tour of Rwanda.

4.8/5

Volcanoes National Park

Volcanoes National Park is a success story for Rwanda’s conservation and communities. The rich biodiversity of the park is home to the Endangered mountain gorilla and the endemic golden monkey. The park generates employment opportunities and livelihood

4.8/5

Kigal City Tour

Kigali is the bustling capital city of Rwanda, known for its vibrant culture, friendly locals, and beautiful scenery. The city is nestled among rolling hills, offering stunning panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. Kigali is a hub of activity, with a bustling market scene, world-class restaurants, 

4.8/5

BURUNDI

Karera Waterfalls

Karera Waterfalls in Burundi offer a captivating natural wonder. Located amidst lush greenery, these enchanting waterfalls provide a picturesque escape for nature lovers. With cascading waters plunging into a crystal-clear pool, Karera Waterfalls create a serene and tranquil atmosphere. . Visitors can embark on scenic hikes through the surrounding forest as well.

4.8/5

Gishora Drum Sanctuary

The Gishora Drum Sanctuary is a cultural gem in Burundi. Nestled in a serene landscape, this enchanting sanctuary is dedicated to preserving the traditional art of drumming. Visitors are treated to captivating performances by skilled drummers, who showcase the rhythmic beats and vibrant melodies of Burundi’s rich cultural heritage.

4.8/5

Mount Heha Hiking

Mountain Heha in Burundi is a majestic natural wonder that beckons adventurous souls. As the highest peak in the country, this towering mountain offers breathtaking panoramic views and a thrilling hiking experience. The challenging yet rewarding ascent to the summit takes you through verdant landscapes,

4.8/5

Muhweza Hot Springs

Muhweza Hot Springs in Burundi is a hidden gem for relaxation and rejuvenation. Nestled amidst a serene natural setting, these soothing hot springs offer a therapeutic escape from the bustling world. The warm mineral-rich waters are known for their healing properties and are believed to provide relief for various ailments.

4.8/5

Musée Vivant

Musée Vivant in Burundi is a cultural treasure that brings the country’s heritage to life. Translating to “Living Museum,” this unique attraction offers a captivating journey through Burundi’s traditions and customs. Visitors have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the vibrant local culture by interacting with artisans, dancers, musicians, and storytellers who showcase their skills and share stories.

4.8/5

Rusizi National Park

Rusizi National Park in Burundi is a haven for nature enthusiasts and wildlife lovers. Situated along the picturesque Rusizi River, this protected area offers a diverse ecosystem teeming with biodiversity. From lush wetlands and dense forests to expansive savannahs, the park provides a range of habitats for a wide array of flora and fauna. 

4.8/5

ZAMBIA

Victoria falls & Livingstone

The Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, offers breath-taking views that are almost too spectacular and majestic to describe. Unique attractions on the Zambian side include the Boiling Pot and The Devil’s Pool.

4.8/5

Chobe National Park

The park is widely known for its large elephant population, estimated to be around 50,000. Elephants living here are Kalahari elephants, the largest in herd size of all known elephant populations. They are characterized by rather brittle ivory and short tusks, perhaps due to calcium deficiency in the soils.
 
4.8/5

Blue Lagoon National Park

Blue Lagoon isn’t a conventional wildlife destination, but the birdlife is sensational in the Wet season. This is also when the endemic Kafue lechwe gathers on the marshy floodplains. At dawn or dusk, the viewing platform offers a bird’s eye view of these marsh-loving antelopes splashing in the wetlands. 

4.8/5

Zambezi National Park game drive

It is within this park that the Upper Zambezi Canoe trips are conducted. You drive through the park to your put-in point and then canoe back down the Zambezi River. There are several game viewing opportunities within the park namely, half day and full day game drives and walking safaris.

4.8/5

Hwange National Park

Teeming with wildlife, Hwange is home to the worlds largest population of elephant, along with buffalo, sable, roan antelope, giraffe, wildebeest, impala, gemsbok, hyena, wild dog and over 400 bird species including the racket-tailed roller, carmine bee-eater, and southern ground hornbill to name a few.
 
4.8/5

Kafue National Park

Kafue is home to more species of ungulate than any national park south of the Congo Basin. Rare and elusive antelope such as blue and yellow-backed duikers occur in the thickets, sitatunga and lechwe in the swamps, roan, sable and hartebeest in the miombo woodlands… the list goes on.
 
4.8/5

MADAGASCAR

Breathtaking Nosy Iranja

Nosy Iranja is a beautiful small island hideaway resort off the north west coast of Madagascar. The resort epitomises barefoot luxury, and is set amongst lush tropical gardens with hammocks slung across the verandahs. There are comfortable decks at Nosy Iranja on which to while away the hours, or visitors can walk around the island along its beautiful beaches

4.8/5

Day tour in Antananarivo

The city of Antananarivo is home to many impressive historical and cultural landmarks, such as the Rova of Antananarivo (the royal palace) and the Anosy Cemetery. These landmarks provide a glimpse into the city’s past and offer a unique opportunity to learn about the culture and history of Madagascar

4.8/5

Lokobe National Park with guide

A trip to Lokobe Reserve in Nosy Be is about one thing: the love of nature. The primary forest is home to more than 370 species of spectacular wildlife, including 16 species of bats, 11 species of primates, 84 species of reptiles and more than 100 species of birds.

 
4.8/5

Nosy Be Island tour

It means “big island” and it is just that; a large island off the northwest coast of Madagascar. Here you’ll find volcanic lakes, lazy lemurs, rum distilleries, Ylang Ylang plantations and intricate coral reefs that are practically begging to be explored.
 
4.8/5

Isalo National Park

Isalo National Park is more famous for its scenery than its wildlife, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of fascinating animals to look out for. Interesting mammals include Madagascar specials like the cat-like fossa, as well as two species of tenrec and two species of civet. 

4.8/5

Baobabs and Lemurs Tour

The Avenue of Baobabs is locally known as the mother of forests. The baobab trees are locally known as renala, meaning the mother of the forest. The trees have grown in Madagascar for more than 2,800 years. These trees form part of the once dense tropical forests that covered most of Madagascar

4.8/5

MALAWI

Lilongwe City Tour

The Lilongwe Nature Sanctuary lies between the Old and New towns, a remarkable area where nature still rules, in the heart of an African capital city. Within the Sanctuary is the Lilongwe Wildlife Centre – Malawi’s only sanctuary for rescued, orphaned and injured wild animals. You are unlikely to see many animals here but it does boast spotted hyena, porcupine, bushpig, bushbuck, vervet monkeys and crocodiles.
4.8/5

Nkhoma Mountain

Nkhoma Mountain has two visible peaks: Nkhoma and Mbalambala. This formation earned it the local name Phiri La Mitu Iwiri meaning “the two-headed mountain”. Nkhoma Peak, considered the true summit, rises to 1743 m (5718 ft) above sea level, and this is the side where hiking and camping usually happens, when approaching the mountain from the south. If you are going hiking for the day, then best place to park is the Mission Hospital or the CCAP Church

4.8/5

Lilongwe Nature Sanctuary

The sprawling acacia combretum woodlands are Lilongwe’s only protected wilderness, and they are home to a wide variety of wildlife from antelopes, wild pigs and hyena to over 200 species of bird. The Nature Sanctuary has been split into two parts. The first is the Nature Sanctuary which offers guided walks and fantastic early morning birding,  The second part is a wildlife sanctuary founded in July 2007 for orphaned and injured animals.

4.8/5

Zomba plateau Day Hike Tour

Visitors staying on the plateau can enjoy walking and cycling along the woodland paths to waterfalls and streams where you can try a spot of fishing. The plateau is also the perfect base from which to explore Zomba Town, which aside from its faded colonial splendor has a bustling market full of local produce. Once on top of the plateau, there is plenty of hiking, trekking and walking through the forests.

4.8/5

Cultural Tour of Lilongwe

This tour gives you the chance to discover the cradle of Malawi’s culture. You will feel spellbound with the charming atmosphere of its mountains within a city. Experience the world’s first accredited PAW and Authentic malawi culture sold at the Tindoz d’Afrique and the food market. What do you know about Malawians, their food and culture? What is the story of the Old town and the new city center?  Get ready to fill your heart with the joy and experience of Lilongwe city!

4.8/5

Coffee tour farm visit in Mzuzu

Have chance to meet coffee farmers, learn about Malawi coffee production, interact with locals, see the farm yourself and learn more from the farmers about challenges they face to produce high quality Arabica coffee. After farm visit you’ll have chance to attend coffee cupping (tasting) at local Mzuzu Coffee Planters facility to learn from the experts how they evaluate coffee before final sales to coffee green buyers around the world. 

4.8/5

BOTSWANA

Safari tour in Chobe

You can encounter Chobe’s wildlife across the entire park. When the dry season begins, large herds of elephant and buffalo seek the permanent waters of the Chobe and Linyanti Rivers. Imagine thousands of them, coming sometimes all the way from Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park. All year round, Chobe’s big game includes zebra, impala, baboon, blue wildebeest, kudu, giraffe, warthog and vervet monkey.

 
4.8/5

Moremi Game Drive Safari

The Moremi is an excellent place to see the African Wild Dog and a vast array of wildlife, including buffalo, giraffe, lion, leopard, cheetah, hyena, jackal, impala, red lechwe, and nearly 500 species of birds. Game viewing is amazing year-round. The part of the reserve accessible to visitors wanting to self-drive in Moremi Game Reserve includes the Mopane Peninsula (or Mopane Tongue) – where the higher land reaches the main channels of the Okavango.

 
4.8/5

1 Day Okavango Delta

The Okavango Delta in Botswana is one of the world’s largest inland deltas. While most river deltas usually lead to an ocean, the Okavango River empties onto open land, flooding the savanna and creating a unique and ever-changing inland delta. Motorboats, mokoros, and walking are arguably the three main activities besides game drives, but helicopter safaris are also an increasingly big part of how the Okavango Delta is explored.
 
4.8/5

Chobe National Park Game Drive

Chobe game drives are the number one way to experience the Kasane and the Chobe National Park. Custom built 4×4 safari vehicles have open sides which promise exceptional views of the wildlife for the guests. Professional safari guides lead the game drives in the Chobe Park. Their experience and knowledge provide great insight into the animals’ whereabouts and their behavior. 

 

 

4.8/5

Chobe Park Camping Safari

Chobe Camping safaris offer a real escape into the wild. The Mobile camping safaris are a great adventure experience during your visit to Botswana. Mobile refers to a camping safari that moves between designated wild camps. These camps are in the pristine national parks and game reserves of Botswana. These Chobe camping safaris take place in areas without any fencing. These camping sites have essential bear facilities.

4.8/5

Central Kalahari Game Reserve

4.8/5

NAMIBIA

Etosha National Park

The abundance of game in Etosha National Park is somewhat unexpected, showcasing some of the most common and rarest wildlife species. The areas with thicker vegetation are home to elephant (some of the largest in Africa due to the vitamins and nutrients found in the ground), the endangered black rhino and even leopard.  Lions are camouflaged in the pale- golden colour of the grasslands.

 
4.8/5

Tour to Sandwich Harbour

Sandwich Harbour is an important ecological area and home to eight endangered species. It’s an extremely arid place, where you’ll see vast sand dunes running directly into the sea as well as archaeological sites, pink salt lakes, a lagoon, and a bird sanctuary. Sandboarding and dune climbing are just two of the fun activities that guests may partake in a while exploring the lagoon and the sand dunes that surround it on one of the guided excursions.
 
 
4.8/5

Windhoek City Tour

Windhoek is the main commercial centre of Namibia, being linked by road and railway to the port of Walvis Bay and to South Africa. It is located in the midst of Karakul grazing lands (for Persian lamb), and a number of furriers who process and transport the pelts are located in the town. Canoeing, paddle boarding and kayaking in Swakopmund and Walvis Bay. Camel rides among the sand dunes. Damaraland microlight flips are some of the ways to get active around windhoek city.
 
4.8/5

Full day Spitzkoppe

The mountain’s distinctive shape has earned it the nickname the Matterhorn of Namibia. Made up of a number of large distinctive peaks that jut up in different areas on the landscape, the main peak is known as Gross Spitzkoppe. Despite its desolate environment, the Spitzkoppe is alive with over 200 species of birds including the Herero chat, rosy-faced lovebird, dusky sunbird, booted eagle and Augur buzzard. 

 
4.8/5

Tour to Namib Desert

This is thought to be the oldest desert in the world and has unforgettable terrain.  The Namib is arid and is almost totally uninhabited, except for a small number of scattered towns. It is important because of the trade routes that cross it, its mineral deposits, the fisheries of the bordering sea, and its increasing utilization for recreational purposes. It’s also home to a lot of wildlife – including some unique species – like the desert elephant. This desert has a diverse landscape as you cross it.

4.8/5

Swakopmund Cultural Tour

Swakopmund is a perfect base for exploring the coast, from taking boat and kayaking trips from Walvis Bay to spot the abundant marine life of the Atlantic Ocean to going birdwatching at Sandwich Harbour further south. One of the great things about Swakopmund is that it offers both adrenaline-pumping pursuits and leisurely sightseeing excursions. You can take in some hectic quad-biking across the sand dunes, or drive to the desert.
 
 
4.8/5

NIGERIA

Abuja City Tour - Nigeria's Capital

Abuja is known for being one of the few purpose-built capital cities in Africa, as well as being one of the wealthiest. Abuja is Nigeria’s administrative and political capital. It is also a key capital on the African continent due to Nigeria’s geo-political influence in regional affairs. It also contains the Three Arms Zone, which is home to the presidential palace, the National Assembly, the Supreme Court, the National Arboretum,
 
 
4.8/5

Experience Lagos City in 1 day

Lagos is a major African financial centre and is the economic hub of Lagos State and Nigeria at large. The city has been described as the cultural, financial, and entertainment capital of Africa, and is a significant influence on commerce, entertainment, technology, education, politics, tourism, art, and fashion. The topography of Lagos is dominated by its system of islands, sandbars, and lagoons. The city itself sprawls over what used to be the four main islands.

 
4.8/5

Lekki Conservation Center Tour

It is endowed with an abundance of plant and animal life. Its huge tract of wetlands is set aside for wildlife viewing. Raised walkways enable the viewing of animals like monkeys, crocodiles, snakes, and various birds. There is also a conservation center and a library. The mammal life, although mostly nocturnal is sometimes seen. The small reptiles, and a range of snakes and lizards are also found here. Amphibian life includes a wide range of endangered species.
 
4.8/5

Olumo Rock Adventure Tour

At the top of the rock, you will be able to see the amazing blue skies, the vegetation and just revel in the beauty of nature. If you love nature, scenery with some peace and quiet, this is for you. Once you are on the Olumo Rock, it is always exciting to listen to the tales of this rock that served as a refuge during the inter-tribal wars. . As you hike up to the rock’s pinnacle; you will admire unbeatable views

 
4.8/5

Ibadan Historical & Cultural Tour

At the time of Nigeria’s independence in 1960, Ibadan was the largest and most populated city in the country, and the second most populous in Africa behind Cairo. Ibadan is ranked the second fastest growing city on the African continent according to the UN Human settlements research program. Dugbe district is the commercial nerve centre of Ibadan. This is where many banks have one or more branches. At Dugbe is the Cocoa House, Nigeria‘s first skyscraper.

4.8/5

Cross River National Park

Cross River National Park is a national park in Nigeria, located in Cross River State,  South Nigeria. There are two separate sections, Okwangwo  and Oban (established 1988). Cross River National Park is located in the Cross River State of Nigeria, Africa. The biodiversity of the park is simply breath-taking. Cross River National Park is a major home to many primate species of Nigeria with the help of WCS staff you can trek gorillas, chimpanzees and other primate walks in the park.
 
4.8/5

GHANA

The Cape Coast Day Tour

At the top of the rock, you will be able to see the amazing blue skies, the vegetation and just revel in the beauty of nature. If you love nature, scenery with some peace and quiet, this is for you. Once you are on the Olumo Rock, it is always exciting to listen to the tales of this rock that served as a refuge during the inter-tribal wars. . As you hike up to the rock’s pinnacle; you will admire unbeatable views

 
4.8/5

Accra City Tour Experience

At the time of Nigeria’s independence in 1960, Ibadan was the largest and most populated city in the country, and the second most populous in Africa behind Cairo. Ibadan is ranked the second fastest growing city on the African continent according to the UN Human settlements research program. Dugbe district is the commercial nerve centre of Ibadan. This is where many banks have one or more branches. At Dugbe is the Cocoa House, Nigeria‘s first skyscraper.

4.8/5

Tour Kumasi City Like a Local

Cross River National Park is a national park in Nigeria, located in Cross River State,  South Nigeria. There are two separate sections, Okwangwo  and Oban (established 1988). Cross River National Park is located in the Cross River State of Nigeria, Africa. The biodiversity of the park is simply breath-taking. Cross River National Park is a major home to many primate species of Nigeria with the help of WCS staff you can trek gorillas, chimpanzees and other primate walks in the park.
 
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Elephant Safari at Mole Park

Species of special interest include Elephant, Buffalo, Kob, Western Hartebeest, Roan Antelope, Defassa Waterbuck, Oribi, Bohor Reedbuck and Red-flanked Duiker. The riverine forests are home to rare and endangered species such as Yellow-backed Duiker and Black and White Colobus monkey. lations in the rest of Africa. ole is one of seven National Parks in Ghana. The other wildlife estates include six Resource Reserves, two wildlife sanctuaries, one Strict Nature Reserve.
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Kakum National Park

Tucked away in this small pocket of rainforest are endangered forest elephants, 300 species of bird and 600 species of butterfly. In addition to the canopy trail, there are guided walks by park personnel giving you a chance to explore the nature of the area in a more intimate way. The treks below the canopy and the elevated canopy walkway both give you unique perspectives to view the wilderness and wildlife. The park is also home to several endangered species; the Diana monkey, giant bongo antelope, African elephant. 

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Shai Hills Reserve, Volta River

Baboons, green monkeys, antelopes, zebras, mammals, reptiles and over 172 bird species have been identified in the reserve. The reserve is also houses the Manya Ancestral home, which is the second largest settlement and second highest hill in the Reserve. Experience a day of tranquility along the serene Volta River! Enjoy a motorboat excursion, savor a delicious riverside lunch, and unwind at a picturesque river beach resort. 
 
 
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