Gambia’s only 42-km long coastline offers the perfect beach spot for everyone. If you are looking for a party, Kololi is the place to be, but if you seek more tranquility and serenity, check out Gambia’s South.
From its ancient monuments, to the roar of thundering waterfalls and wild animals in their natural habitat – everything about Africa will fill your soul with awe. The 54 countries that make up this continent offer a unique experience like no other: think rolling hills reaching for far-off horizons; majestic deserts awash with golden sands; lofty mountains blanketed by clouds….all these wonders are within reach! Embark on an unforgettable journey into one of our planet’s oldest civilizations, to discover stories you never knew existed and feel the magic of places whose beauty is beyond words.
- Culture 90% 90%
- Wildlife 85% 85%
- Beaches 90% 90%
- Activities 100% 100%
Places to visit in Africa
Setting off on an African adventure is a dream come true and the bucket list of places to explore can seem endless. Let us be your inspiration, as we will provide you with a few breathtaking destinations that range from well-known favorites to hidden gems.
Serekunda is home to about 400.000 people, and it seems to burst at all seams. Serekunda is Gambia’s biggest city and has long become the economic hub. It’s not exactly...
Marrakesh mesmerized me from the second we left the cab. Surrounded by “guides” eager to lead us to our Riad. Never would we have found our Riad ourselves, even though...
Gambia’s only 42-km long coastline offers the perfect beach spot for everyone. If you are looking for a party, Kololi is the place to be, but if you seek more...
From sandy beaches to forest-covered islands, there is so much to see and do. Immerse yourself in the beat of traditional villages and soak up the culture of the fiercely...
Situated on the Atlantic coast, Senegal has beautiful beaches, lagoons, and island archipelagos. Inland, there are forests, savannas, and mountains. When visiting Dakar, there are plenty of things to do...
Why visit Africa
Embark on an unforgettable journey through the heart of Africa, and witness nature in its rawest form! Whether it’s a two-hour bus ride or a weeks-long trek across the wilderness – no safari is complete without experiencing incredible wildlife like lions and elephants.
By the way: The term safari has been used as far back as the 1800s to describe voyages that last weeks on end! With origins from Swahili, any type of exploration can be classified as one; whether you’re traversing two hours by bus or circumnavigating around the world.
But don’t limit yourself to a safari; countless other magical moments await those willing to explore deeper into the African plains. Immerse yourself in local culture, discover hidden gems & marvel at stunning landscapes far from civilization.
The beaches of Africa offer an unparalleled experience. From the crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean on its east side to the golden sands beaches hugging the Atlantic on its west side, you’ll find 19 thousand miles of dramatic coastal scenery with endless opportunities for exploration and discovery. Here, you can immerse yourself in a vibrant mix of culture and the beauty of nature. Whether you’re looking to relax on white sand beaches or search out your next adrenaline-filled adventure – there is something here for everyone.
African culture is so much more than just a few attractions for tourists to visit, take pictures of and leave once your stay is over. It is full of little complexities, nuances, and stories that need to be experienced and heard firsthand to understand its culture’s history, richness, and beauty.
Visiting Africa can open our eyes to a rich and vibrant culture beyond what we’ve been told or even imagined, filled with people whose stories will move us, delight us and educate us.
An African cultural experience is about coming together and building relationships for an adventure you will never forget. Actual cultural experiences are found in authentic interactions with locals, be it stories shared over a campfire at night or firsthand learning of a region’s history and customs. Even something as simple as sharing a meal together with locals can provide a deeper insight into African culture than any shallow touristic activity ever could.
Marrakesh mesmerized me from the second we left the cab. Surrounded by “guides” eager to lead us to our Riad. Never would we have found our Riad ourselves, even though the taxi left us only about 300 m from the entrance. The unimposing door was hiding the beautifully decorated and colorful Riad. We were confronted with the incredible detail of Moroccan style. We stood there with our mouths open. Deeply impressed and taken aback by so many impressions, so much beauty.
Serekunda is home to about 400.000 people, and it seems to burst at all seams. Serekunda is Gambia’s biggest city and has long become the economic hub. It’s not exactly pretty or relaxing, but it’s worth visiting to get a glimpse into a busy, authentic Gambian city. Serekunda is also home to Gambia’s biggest market. Serekunda offered us an authentic glimpse into urban West African culture and life!