To say that Africa is beautiful is an understatement. With its diverse plant and animal wildlife, coupled with its vast landscape made up of grasslands, deserts, and expansive plains, it comes as no surprise that people travel from all across the globe to this beautiful continent for an African safari expedition.
Safaris in Africa allow you to view wildlife in their natural environment. Many of the safaris in Africa offer travelers the chance to come up close and personal with the “Big Five,”
Cappadocia is a stunning region located in the center of Türkiye, and because of the historic significance of the area, the entire region has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Famous for its cave dwellings, obscure rock formations, fairy-tale-like scenery, and hot air balloon tours that allow travelers to completely take in all of the amazing attractions, it comes as no surprise that Cappadocia sees an increase each year of travelers looking to enjoy the spoils of the region.
Tanzania is home to some of the most incredible and spectacular natural wonders that the world has to offer. From Mt. Kilimanjaro, to Lake Tanganyika, the deepest lake in the world, to the bespoke Zanzibar archipelago, Tanzania is surely one of most popular destinations under the African sun.
Tanzania boasts a wide variety of different ethnic groups, with experts saying that the number easily exceeds 120. The country is known for the diversity of their people, landscapes and wildlife.
Africa is a continent full of contrasts. As a land teeming with wildlife, Africa also has over 300 national parks situated everywhere from the ancient deserts to the lush rainforests and dry savannahs. Visitors to the continent are spoilt for choice and with such an endless list of places to explore, we have narrowed down a “Top 10” list of the national parks that you should add to your travel itinerary