April is full of surprises and our tours of the most remote places in Africa are ideal to enjoy this month.
If you are interested in spending your free time in Africa during the month of April, stay tuned for our next recommendations:
Enchanting tour of the land of Madagascar
‘Morondava’ ‘Kirindi Forest Reserve’ ‘Anti-Labe’
7 days local road tour
P style = ‘text-align: left;’ Floating in the western Indian Ocean, Madagascar is the fourth largest island in the world, stretching north and south. Since the tourist spots on the huge island are far away and it takes time to get around, we created an efficient route for you to fully enjoy Madagascar. /P
P style = ‘text-align: left;’ A baobab tree lined path where you can see mysterious giant trees, a baobab full of love that seems to hug each other, look for unique animals unique to Madagascar in the Kirindy Forest Reserve and visit the anti- Labe where Europe and Madagascar culture are mixed. I am going to. /P
The distance from the capital Antananarivo to Morondava is 12 hours or more by land, so stay in the anti-labe hot spring resort on the scale. Take a leisurely trip to Madagascar as you gaze at the local life and beautiful nature from the window of the train. /P
Zimbabwe,Zambia,Botswana Local Tour 4 days
‘The three great waterfalls in the world Victoria Falls’ ‘Chobe National Park’
A compact itinerary will visit three countries: Zimbabwe, Zambia and Botswana. Enjoy ‘Victoria Falls’, one of the top three waterfalls in the world, from both sides of Zimbabwe and Zambia. Sunset cruise on the Zambezi River, the waterfall of the Victoria Falls and the fourth longest on the African continent. Then cross the border on a day trip and enjoy a land and water safari in Botswana’s Chobe National Park. Customized trips are also possible with a combination of extra nights and optional tours.
Kenya Uganda Two Country Tour
‘Lake Nakuru National Park’ ‘Masai Mara National Reserve’
“Bwindi Wildlife Park” Local 7 nights 8 days
In Kenya, we will search for wildlife in the vast wilderness of Lake Nakuru National Park and the Masai Mara National Reserve.
There is no doubt that you will be impressed by the life story that unfolds in front of you!
In Uganda, trek through virgin forest where endangered and endemic species remain in search of gorillas in Bwindi National Park.
Meeting with the endangered Bwindi gorilla will be a wonderful experience beyond your imagination.
Kilimanjaro Summit, 9 days in Tanzania
Try to climb the highest peak in Africa, Kilimanjaro, while touching nature.
Experience the desert of Africa.
Among the rich African continents, Tanzania has many national parks and nature reserves, and is also famous for Kilimanjaro, one of the seven highest mountains in the world. Tanzania is perfect for those who want to experience the majestic nature of Africa.