South Africa is a pretty large country with a rich landscape and wide nature sites. It is a country that is proud of its vineyards and ancient wine cellars, not to mention that it is one of the world’s major gold producers.
Namibia, the world’s 34th largest country, is found in South Africa. Sitting between the Namib and the Kalahari deserts, Namibia benefits from the enchanting landscapes of these two deserts.
Malawi, the Warm Heart of Africa, has been welcoming visitors who have a yearning for the unique blending of Africa’s stunning landscapes, lakes, wildlife and culture. It is the home of Lake Malawi, Africa’s third largest lake.
Serengeti National Park is home to the world’s largest herds that make it the continent’s richest grazing land. With all its natural splendor, Serengeti National Park is definitely Africa’s most impressive and finest park and arguably the most beautiful nature spectacle in the world.
Kruger National Park is a world-renowned park due to its diversity of wildlife, dazzling countless birds, mighty unspoilt rivers, aged trees, clean and cool air, and so much more. For the adventure and nature lover, visiting the Kruger National Park surely is a delightful experience.
The Kingdom of Morocco, or simply Morocco, belongs to the Maghreb region of North Africa. Just across the strait of Gibraltar, Morocco is characterized by rugged mountains and huge-sized deserts.
With the height of 5,895 meters, Kilimanjaro earned the prestige of being Africa’s highest mountain. Apart from the title it owns, Mount Kilimanjaro is a postcard favorite because of the gorgeous sight of the snow-capped summit taking shape over the savannah.
Casablanca, the most cosmopolitan of all the cities of Morocco, is defined by high-end boutiques, upbeat nightlife and chains of restaurants. Known in the world as simply Casa, the country’s largest city is nicely sitting on the western portion of Morocco on the Atlantic Ocean.