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  • Africa is a continent of great contrasts with deserts and jungles, tall mountains and deep lakes, huge waterfalls, long rivers, seemingly endless coastline and even a glacier. Although part of the continent of Africa, countries like Egypt, Algeria and Morocco in northern Africa near the Mediterranean are closer to the middle eastern countries in terms of culture and lifestyle. To most tourists, the sub Saharan countries of Africa are synonymous with abundance of wildlife and jungle safaris, foot tapping tribal drum beats and dance, well known tribes like the Masai and Zulu and the vibrant lifestyle and exotic locales of South Africa.
    • Kenya epitomises the picture of Africa that an average traveller has in his mind. Nairobi, the capital, is a modern city. Top attractions of Nairobi include the National Museum, the Karen Blixen Museum, Giraffe Centre, the black rhinos of Nairobi National Park, bright and colourful handmade items by the Masai at the tribal markets.
      For the ultimate African Safari experience join a guided tour to the Masai Mara Game Reserve that is world renowned for the wildlife Safaris to spot the big five – the lion, leopard, buffalo, hippo and elephants. You can also plan to witness the Annual Great Migration of the beast in the months of September and October which is considered one of the most impressive natural spectacles in the world. For nature and wildlife enthusiasts camping in the permanent tents with the Reserve and wildlife spotting in 4x4 jeeps is the ultimate experience.
      Take a flight from Nairobi to the coastal town of Mombasa attracts a lot of tourists looking for some sun, sand and surf. The town's Arab, Indian and European colonial heritage gives it a very distinctive character. The coast is lined by a large number of beach hotels and resorts.
    • South Africa at the southern tip of the African continent is a land of diversity. Cape Town is a popular destination which lets you take the cable car up the Table Mountains, visit the South African Museum which has a great collection of Bushman exhibits, the Malay Quarter, strolling in the wine yards on a tour of one of the many vineyards, soaking up the sun in on the Clifton Beach and shopping at the Victoria and Alfredo waterfronts. One of the most impressionable aspect of a visit to Cape Town is a boat trip out to the former prison at Robben Island, a South African World Heritage Site that represents a critical chapter in the country's path towards democracy. It gives a unique glimpse into the immense sacrifice made by former president Nelson Mandela and his comrades.
      A drive from Cape Town takes you to Knysna, a town in the Western Cape Province for Cango caves which is one of the natural wonders of the world and the Safari Ostrich Farm. Don't miss a tour of Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope. It is the meeting point of two mighty oceans – the Indian Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean. Also take a cruise to the 'Seal Colony' and the Jackass Penguin Colony.
      From Cape Town fly down to Johannesburg. Visit the Apartheid Museum, the Satyagraha House, the Gold Reef City and art walks. Go on a full day trip to the luxury resort and Casino, the Sun City.