2023 is the ideal year to embark on an adventure without the worries of previous years so present.

That is why in this article we bring you the best destinations in Africa to visit in January 2023.

 

Kilimanjaro and Safari in northern Tanzania

Kilimanjaro and Safari in northern Tanzania
We will send it to those who want to experience the great nature of Africa.

Among Africa’s richest continents, Tanzania has many national parks and nature reserves, and is also famous for the Kilimanjaro, one of the highest peaks of the seven continents. Tanzania is perfect for those who want to feel the majestic nature of Africa.

We will climb kilimanjaro in the first half of the tour, 7 days and 6 nights. Then take a stroll through typical national parks and nature reserves such as Tarangire, Ngorongoro and Serengeti. In addition to the game unit on Lake Manyara, you can also visit Masai Village and Ordubai Gorge as options. We also offer cultural experience tours, such as farm tours and walking safaris with local healers.

 

Uganda Gorilla Chimpanzee Shoebill Observation 7 days

Go to see the gorilla chimpanzee shoebill
Uganda 7 day trip!
We will meet a shoebill, chimpanzee and mountain gorilla that live in Uganda. In the Mambaba wetlands, shoebills, chimpanzees and mountain gorillas trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Kibale National Park. The country directly under the equator was once called «African pearl» by British Prime Minister Churchill. It is also a treasure trove of birds and will be fascinated by the richness of butterflies and plants.

 

Zambia to South Africa. Tour two countries + a one day trip to Botswana (10 days).

Victoria Falls, Chobe National Park, Cape Town.

A tour of the four main regions in Kruger National Park

The tour begins in Zambia, where we took this cruise tour along the Zambezi River, in sheer luxury. The sunset was glorious and utterly welcoming. The following day, we visited Victoria Falls, one of the largest waterfalls in the world. This time is perfect for visiting the markets in the surrounding towns or simply enjoying a meal with stunning views of the waterfall.

Day 3. We crossed the border on a day trip to Botswana. After a cruise on Chobe River to observe the animals, enjoy a game drive in Botswana’s Chobe National Park, known as the Elephant Paradise.

On the fourth day, we flew to South Africa. Three consecutive nights spent in Cape Town, one of the most beautiful cities in the world. The Cape Town city tours take you to the picturesque Table Mountain, taking a cable car to the top to enjoy 360 degrees of breathtaking scenery. The next day we visited Boulders Bay, located in the Cape Peninsula, a habitat for penguins and the famous scenic Peaks, where 2 oceans (the Atlantic & the Indian) meet.

The tour concludes with a visit to Kruger National Park in South Africa, famous for the Big Five. I took plenty of time, three nights, to get the best of the game drive experience. Our stay is at a choice of luxurious lodges, carefully selected, where nature and luxury are one.