Africa Travel Itinerary
Cairo ->Alexandria ->Cairo ->Aswan ->Addis Ababa ->Nairobi ->Lake Victoria ->Nairobi ->Arusha ->Serengeti ->Mt. Kilimanjaro ->Arusha ->Dar es Salaam (Zanzibar) ->Lusaka ->Victoria Falls ->Caprivi Strip ->Gweta ->Johannesburg ->Krugar National Park ->Maputo ->Swaziland ->Durban ->Cape Town
Travel in Africa usually revolves around one major route- Cairo to Capetown, taking you down the east coast (or up depending where you start). Start in Egypt and see one of the oldest cultures on the planet, whose history dates back thousands of years. Visit the Pyramids, walk through the Valley of the Kings, and sail down the Nile river. Fly over the Sudan and head into Eithopia for a unique culture and amazing food beforing heading over to Kenya and Tanzania for safaris and mountain climbing. In Kenya, head to Ugunda to see Lake Victoria and gorillas. In Tanzania, check out Zanzibar, the Serengeti, and climb Mt. Kilimanjaro. If you are so inclined and can afford it, fly over to the Seychelles for tropical perfection. Continue from Tanzania to Malawi, and relax on the shores of “the lake of stars”. Check out South Luangwa National Park with an abundance of wildlife. Head to the Zambia capital, Lusaka, before exploring the breathtaking Victoria Falls Travel overland through Zambia, crossing into the Caprivi Strip region of neighboring Namibia, home to 450 animal species that travel freely across the border from Chobe National Park in Botswana. Cruise down the Okavango River in search of hippos. Travel to Pilanesberg Game Reserve to see the crater of an extinct volcano, and home to Africa’s big 5. Travel to Johannesburg, the largest city in South Africa.
You can then head to the world-renowned Kruger National Park offers a wildlife experience that ranks with the best in Africa. Enter into Mozambique, a colorful, vibrant, fascinating country. You can lounge on the beach here or stay in South Africa and go visit the mountainous Kingdom of Swaziland, one of three monarchies in Africa. Spend the day traveling the coast to Durban to relax on the beach and then head to Coffee Bay, a paradise on a large stretch of Indian Ocean coast referred to as the Wild Coast. Continue down the coast and before finishing off at the historic, famous, beautiful, and cosmopolitan city of Cape Town.
Minimum Completion Time: 3 months