For a Sa­fari Adventure

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Africa is a par­adise for wildlife lovers. Go camp­ing and get up close to en­dan­gered an­i­mals in the con­ti­nent’s count­less na­tional parks and na­ture re­serves.

Choose from sev­eral coun­tries: Uganda, home to about half of the world’s moun­tain go­ril­las; Kenya, popular for game view­ing; Zim­babwe, which has one of the largest pop­u­la­tions of ele­phants; Zam­bia, a haven for hip­pos and birds; and Tan­za­nia, with its mas­sive wilde­beest, ze­bra, lion and crocodile pop­u­la­tions.

One of the best ways to ex­pe­ri­ence African wildlife is to go on a sa­fari or guided trek through the parks and re­serves. “Glamp­ing” or luxury camp­ing sa­faris are also an ex­cel­lent way to ex­plore the wilds of Africa.

For Beau­ti­ful Beaches and Wa­ter Sports

Zanz­ibar, an ar­chi­pel­ago off Tan­za­nia in East Africa, boasts beau­ti­ful beaches and shal­low la­goons – per­fect for boat trips, and wa­ter sports such as snorkelling and wind­surf­ing.

The Sey­chelles is­lands are also well known for beau­ti­ful beaches and clear wa­ters. Once popular with hon­ey­moon­ers, they’re be­com­ing a top spot for fam­i­lies who want to check out the pris­tine marine wildlife and coral reefs. The is­lands are free of large preda­tory an­i­mals, so they’re a safe op­tion if you have very young chil­dren.

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