Africa, also known as the cradle of civilization is a stunning continent with so much to offer.
Africa is full of vibrant cities, breathtaking scenery and incredible wildlife, and a continent of adventure.
This article will help you discover the African countries you can have the most fun even on a budget.
Rwanda has a rich culture, and incredible wildlife and the tragic past makes it more intriguing, especially for history buffs.
There are thriving arts scenes, several cultural attractions and its genocide memorials. A must-see for history enthusiasts.
Kigali is an affordable city and avoiding the fancy restaurants and hotels will keep you well within your budget.
Morocco is a combination of European, and Arabic influence, with great food and wine that will leave longing for more.
There is so much tourist attraction in Morocco, bustling cities and nightlife, snowy mountains and quiet seaside villages that would turn your trip into an epic adventure.
The Ait Benhaddou a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Djemma al Fna are a must-see for history buffs.
Morocco offers several street activities like street theatres, street food, snake charmers that would definitely stimulate all your senses.
Zambia is a great destination for nature lovers.
Home to the largest waterfall in the world “Victoria Falls” fun spot for thrill-seekers.
Some of the highlights are a dip in the Devil’s Pool, and white-water rafting down the Zambezi, be sure to look out for crocs.
Zambia is home to hundreds of beautiful birds, giraffe, and hippos.
There is so much fun and adventure to be had in South Africa.
Durban offers one of the best Indian cuisines outside of India and a road trip down the Garden Route for an incredible surfing experience.
Enjoy amazing moments at the Kruger National Park, one of the best safari parks in the world for an unforgettable experience.
Kenya is a popular destination for wildlife activities. Over 2 million zebras, gazelle and wildebeest travel from Maasai Mara to the Serengeti.
This is a unique experience for wildlife enthusiasts.
Kenya is blessed with incredible nature and friendly people. The Maasai people are known for their hospitality and generosity.
If you desire to see the Big Five Wild Animals, then the Etosha National Park Namibia is the perfect place for you.
The Okahandja craft market is one of the biggest craft markets and they are perfect for souvenirs.
Namibia is home to some of the highest sand dunes in the world. For a more scenic view ride a hot air balloon over them or try climbing them.
Madagascar is the fourth largest island in the world and the only place in the world where you can find 5% of all animal and plant species.
Madagascar is a rich culturally diverse island with beautiful landscapes, idyllic beaches, deserts and plenty of rainforests.
A trip to the Avenue of the Baobabs will see you walk amongst some of the oldest trees in the world, a perfect place to reconnect with nature.
History buffs will find the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ambohimanga fascinating.
Botswana is a popular wildlife tourism destination and the country is dedicated to the conservation of the environment and wildlife protection.
The Okavango Delta is replete with natural beauties and sunset in Botswana is unparalleled.
The Chobe National Park and Central Kalahari Game Reserves are less populated with tourist, here you can have a unique safari experience.