Victoria Falls Africa

Are you ready to take a headstart on your top-tier African travel soon? Perhaps you’re planning safari trips, treks, and hikes in Africa’s world-famous peaks.

You may also be after the pristine beaches, incredible wildlife, and landscape. You may also think about the rivers, lakes, and falls long known for their stories and histories.

Suppose you’re trying to create an African travel bucket list. In that case, you may consider organizing your trips and activities on the continent.

This may include the cities and places you’d visit and the activities you can make the most of these spots.

In addition, you may also study in these countries or enroll in medical internship programs, such as International Medical Aid. For these purposes, here’s an article to guide you. So, read on!

Africa Bucket List

Maasai Mara Africa wildebeest
  1. Witness The Wildebeest

From July to October, many tourists flock toward Maasai Mara—the preserved savannah in southwestern Kenya. The primary reason for this is the popular annual migration of over one million wildebeests.

You can make the most of this experience by having a great hot air balloon ride over the safari while the wildebeest are on the move.

Apart from the wildebeest, you can also watch the range of African wildlife, including lions, elephants, leopards, and rhinoceros.

In addition, you may also explore the culture of the Maasai people, including their Adamu or jumping dance, and you can also buy souvenirs such as the shuka or woven cotton blanket.

  1. Go Fierce With The Falls

The African continent is home to a string of world-famous falls. One of these is Victoria Falls. Situated on the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe, Victoria Falls is appropriate for various tourism activities, including water rafting in the Zambezi River and swimming in the fall’s edge, called Devil’s Pool. 

On top of these, many tourists watch the striking beauty of Victoria Falls, which spans up to 5,604 feet. If you’re considering this spot, try Zambia’s Kinfe-edge Bridge and take the adventurous walk across it while witnessing Victoria Fall’s grandeur.

  1. Deep Dive Into Mozambique

Mozambique is one of Africa’s most prized marine spots. Aside from its spotless waters, this country is known for its fantastic marine diversity. If you’re a sea person, you may enjoy snorkeling and scuba diving in the marine protected area with your family.

You may also explore the waters while just being a passenger in a dhow—an African sailing vessel. If you’re into picturesque coral gardens and sand dunes, you can get wet in Bazaruto Archipelago.

In these scenic spots, you may explore the paradisiacal Ilha de Benguerra and be astonished by its turquoise waters and white sands.

  1. Take The Gorilla Trek

One of the most exclusive yet immersive African travel experiences is gorilla trekking. This allows tourists to spend some time with a gorilla troop.

Since the governments have started to tighten the restrictions to protect the gorillas and their habitat, gorilla treks have become a unique experience.

Therefore, if you’re planning for a gorilla trek you may need to physically prepare for it since it can be a tiring activity. In addition, you need a seasoned guide to have a safe and superb trek.

For your first gorilla encounter, you may also choose between Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park in Uganda and Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park.

  1. Island Hopping in Seychelles

The countless paradise islands in Seychelles are some of the go-to beaches today. Generally, they’re known for UNESCO-identified natural reserves, stunning shores, pearly white atolls, and granite coral islands.

If you choose these attractions, you may hop among these islands on a ferry, a yacht, or a light aircraft.

If you’re into Instagram-worthy spots, explore the Anse Intendance and Baie Lazare in Mahe. You may also take snapshots of giant tortoises on Curieuse Island.

Apart from the marine sanctuaries, tourists in Seychelles make the most of their stay on the islands by fishing, surfing, and savoring Creole cuisine.

  1. Sightsee The Serengeti

Apart from the annual wildebeest migration, Africa’s equally famous migration is Serengeti’s Great Migration of gazelle, zebra, wildebeest, and African predators as they look for places with better grazing.

One of the best ways to explore this wildlife paradise is by renting a 4×4 safari vehicle from Arusha to Serengeti National Park.

Apart from the migration, Serengeti is also a culture-rich tourist destination. It’s also known for river crossings, game drives, and volcanic grasslands. Taking a picture of these places and activities is a must for any certified traveler’s bucket list.

Wrapping Up

Suppose you’re completing an African travel bucket list. In that case, you may consider the places and activities mentioned in this article.

Before you finalize your trips and treks, consider the best season of your travels for the utmost organization of your African travel plans.