20 Amazing Things to do in Africa ...


When it comes to exciting things to do in Africa, it is no secret that you are spoilt for choice.

There are so many life changing things to do in Africa, it's impossible to choose just one or even know where to start.

So if you are about to embark on the adventure of a lifetime on this incredible, diverse, vibrant and exciting continent, I have prepared a list that will get your heart racing.

Here are 20 amazing things to do in Africa.

1. White Water Rafting down the Orange River – Namibia

One of the most adrenaline-filled things to do in Africa is to experience the magic of the resplendent Orange River.

Multi day trips take you along the river, where you carry everything with you and camp every night on the banks.

Experience the thrill and the tranquillity that the wild and raw nature of Namibia has to offer.

2. Swim with Dolphins – Mozambique

Many people have this particular one on their bucket list – that is, to experience the soul-stirring, life-changing experience of swimming with dolphins in their natural habitat.

Dolphin encounters are a unique and very special event in anyone’s life and what better place to tick this off your list than the sparkling azure waters of Mozambique?3

This is one of the more gentle wildlife encounters in Africa.

The wild swim program is certified and can be found in the popular tourist region of Ponta Do Ouro.

3. Visit Victoria Falls – Zimbabwe

The way Mother Nature communes with water lends itself to many of the attractions of Africa.2

One of the most life changing and powerful natural encounters ever to be experienced can be found at the dramatic Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe.

The thunderous noise from the water crashing over the falls can be heard way before you have even arrived at the falls.

It’s hot all year round and when you see people queuing up armed with umbrellas, don’t laugh, you are going to get wet.

The spray will soak you to the bone, a welcome relief from the hot sun during the day.

Mount Kilimanjaro – Tanzania
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