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Crafted carefully by well-experienced travel experts to offer you a dreamy Africa tour, the packages from Thrillophilia are readily available to be booked online for immediate assistance for a seamless and memorable holiday amidst the diverse African landscapes. From well-planned itineraries, perfect accommodation option, and 24/7 support, these packages get you all comfort for a super luxury, and organized tour, so that you enjoy complete peace of mind and focus only on your vacation to the rich African land.
With Thrillophilia Africa tour packages you can explore the top places of interest in the “Land of Ham'', including the postcard-perfect Nile, the magnificent Victoria Falls, and the various tranquil pearl-like archipelagos floating on the Indian Ocean. You can also indulge in a number of romantic, adventurous, and fun activities, including island hopping, game drives, water sports, food tours, culture walks, heritage tours, balloon safaris, and shopping.
With the Africa trip packages from Thrillophilia, you can also get perfectly tailored holidays in the “Kingdom in the Sky”. You can also book your packages at the most competitive pricing and expect the best deals and offers. No matter if you are a honeymooner, family vacationer, or solo tripper, you can pick amazing holiday packages to Africa at totally budget prices from all the major locations of the country.
People Also Ask About Africa Tours
Which are the best places to visit on a Africa tour?
1. Cairo: The Egyptian city of Cairo offers an awe-inspiring amalgamation of desert heat, rich culture, and bustling streets. You can take a romantic stroll through the quaint ancient streets and soak in the breathtaking sunset views over the picturesque Nile River.
The age-old pyramids of Dahshur, Saqqara, and Giza offer the best old world charm, while the Heliopolis neighbourhoods and the swanky pubs in Zamalek introduce you to the modern day atmosphere of the city. The blend of traditional Islamic prayer, boisterous banter, and jazzy lounge music will enchant your ears simultaneously in Cairo.
Highlights:Pyramids, museums, mosques, architectural marvels
2. Victoria Falls: Lying on the common border between Zimbabwe and Zambia, the photogenic Victoria Falls is perched on the fourth largest river of Africa, the Zambezi River. Considered to be the largest waterfall of the world, the cascading Victoria Falls can be clearly heard from around 40 kilometers away.
The spray from the gushing water rises up to an elevation of around 1312 feet and is visible from 50 kilometers away. Also known as Mosi-oa-Tunya, the Victoria Falls is also declared as an UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can include a trip to Victoria Falls in your Africa trip packages to enjoy exhilarating water activities, including sunset cruising, rafting, and canoeing.
Highlights:Water sports, sunset views, nature, photography
3. Zanzibar: Considered to be one of the greatest cultural crossroads of the world, Zanzibar is the place where Arabia, Africa, and the Indian Ocean come to a confluence. This archipelago is the land of narrow alleys, ancient buildings, idyllic beaches, aromatic spice plantations, colorful fishing boats, and lively party scenes.
The super romantic getaway of Zanzibar is also known to offer a myriad of adventure activities, including horse riding, golfing, hiking, and cycling. Some of the top attractions you can visit on your Africa tour include the Stone Town, Jozani Forest, Prison Island, the Palace Museum, and Forodhani Market.
Highlights:Beach activities, adventure sports, plantation walks, sightseeing
4. Serengeti National Park: A UNESCO World Heritage Site and the oldest park of Tanzania, the Serengeti National Park is known for its excellent wildlife viewing experience, offered throughout the year. Home to the famous wildebeest migration, this national park flaunts the iconic African wildlife scenery.
Spread across an area of whopping 14,763 square kilometers, this park shelters the ‘Big 5’, spotted hyena, bat-eared fox, jackal, giraffe, and over 500 species of birds. The Serengeti National Park features diverse landscapes, including grassland plains, granite outcrops, valleys, forests, rocky expanses, and rivers.
Highlights:Game drives, wildlife spotting, hot air ballooning, photo safari, birdwatching
5. Mauritius: The island country of Mauritius is the land of exotic white sand beaches, clear turquoise water, diverse culinary culture, lavish on-sea resorts, and bustling street markets. The silky soft white beaches are flanked by towering palms and boost blooming coral reefs.
Home to the third largest coral reef of the world, Mauritius offers excellent underwater activities, including snorkeling and scuba diving. The archipelago also shelters a plethora of eco-treks that offer excellent nature walk and hiking opportunities. Flaunting the perfect blend of African, Indian, French, and Chinese heritage, Mauritius takes pride in establishing inter-racial harmony.
Highlights:Water activities, trekking, photography, seafood
6. Seychelles: Encompassed by magnificent forested mountains and showcasing turquoise waters and white sand beaches, Seychelles is a truly dreamy archipelagic island. Lying off the East African coast, this island nation comprises 115 islands that attract honeymooners and beach lovers.
Seychelles is best known for its secluded virgin environs, botanical gardens, seafood cuisine, and fun water activities like coral spotting and scuba diving. This country is also home to two popular UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the world’s second largest coral atoll Aldabra and the land of Coco de Mer, Valle de Mai.
Highlights:Water sports, honeymooning, photography, beach activities, culinary tours
7. Masai Mara National Park: One of the prime safari destinations and the flagship conservation area of Kenya, the world-famous Masai Mara National Park is home to abundant wild animals, including cheetahs, leopard, lion, hyena, rhino, giraffe, zebra, elephant, and buffalo.
Every year between the months of August and November, the national park also welcomes huge hosts of wildebeest. The mara is also known for its variety of landscapes, the most popular being the African savannah plains, bushes, and acacia forests. You can enjoy game viewing and also meet and interact with the native Maasai community.
Highlights:Game drives, photography, hot air balloon rides, wildebeest migration
8. Cape Town: The capital city of South Africa, Cape Town offers the perfect amalgamation of breathtaking landscapes, flavourful cuisines, and colourful culture. Nestled between the picturesque sea and the majestic mountains, this city flaunts natural splendors.
Packed with pristine beaches, Cape Town is known to offer a myriad of thrilling activities, including paragliding, hiking, whale-watching trips, surfing, and biking. Some of the prime attractions in South Africa’s ‘Mother City’ include the Table Mountain, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, Robben Island, City Hall, the Castle of Good Hope.
Highlights:Water sports, botanical gardens, picturesque beaches, leisure
9. Madagascar: The second largest island country of the world, Madagascar is the land of bulbous baobab trees, bug-eyed lemurs, and colossal buildings. This pristine archipelago is home to rich tribal histories, sparkling sands and flourishing marine life.
The west coast of Madagascar is known to offer excellent snorkeling opportunities, letting you spot whales and manta rays. Madagascar is also packed with a myriad of famous UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including Tsingy de Bemaraha, Ambohimanga, and Masoala National Park. In addition to these, the country also shelters a number of national parks, including the Ranomafana National Park, the Isalo National Park, Andasibe-Mantadia, and Zahamena National Park.
Highlights:Picturesque beaches, watersports, safaris, heritage walks
10. Namibia: Often referred to as the “Africa for the beginners”, Namibia stands as the synonym for virgin natural beauty. Named after the oldest desert of the world, Namib, this country is home to the pristine sand sea, picture-perfect dead-tree valleys, shimmering African sunsets, delicious food, friendly locals, endless golden grass plains, and breathtaking wetlands.
Housing one of the prime game viewing destinations of Africa, the Etosha National Park, Namibia brims with wildlife. The main attractions of Namibia, include the Fish River Canyon, Skeleton Coast, Dead Vlei, Kaokoland, Cape Cross, and Sesriem Canyon.
Highlights:Bountiful wildlife, deserts, sand dunes, game drives
What are the best things to do on an Africa tour?
1. Jungle safari in Kruger National Park: Including a thrilling jungle safari in the world-famous Kruger National Park in your Africa tour packages will let you encounter the fascinating ‘Big Five’ and soak in the mesmerizing views of the stunning landscapes. You can enjoy morning, night, afternoon, and sunset game drives in this national park.
On your safari ride here, you can get the opportunity to sight small cats, big cats, elephants, zebras, giraffes, rhinos, and buffalos. You will also find nice cafes and restaurants within the Kruger National Park for your refreshment after the tiring safari.
Location: Limpopo and Mpumalanga provinces, South Africa
Price: R 304 per head per night
Timings: 6 AM to 5.30 PM
2. Wander at Pyramids in Luxor: If history and architecture fascinate you, enjoy a pyramid exploration tour in the ancient Egytian city of Luxor, on your Africa tour. Once you are in the UNESCO Heritage Site of Luxor, in southern Egypt, you can soak in the breathtaking views of the towering pyramids and the mesmerizing ruins of Thebes.
Location:Luxor, Egypt, north east Africa
3. Hot-Air Balloon Safari in Namibia: Experience a hot air balloon ride over Namibia, not only to soak in its diverse fascinating landscape, but also to enjoy the breathtaking sunrise views.
Flying across the skyline above the Namibia desert will let you enjoy the mesmerizing panoramic views of the sparkling sand, majestic mountains, age-old river valleys, and red dunes, amidst the enchanting wilderness. One of the best hot air ballooning destinations in Namibia is Sossusvlei.
Location:Namibia, Southern Africa
4. Kayak at Lake Malawi: One of the fun-filled and exciting adventure activities to do on your Africa tour is go kayaking on the serene waters of the magnificent Lake Malawi, which is spread across almost the entire country.
Fishermen have gone fishing on their boats across this humongous lake for around 150 years ago and for tourists and adventure seekers it is kayaking that the water best offers. While you kayak across this UNESCO World Heritage Site, you can soak in the views of the breathtaking golden shores and the amazingly sparkling water.
Location:Lake Malawi, Malawi, East Africa
5. Surf Morocco’s Atlantic Coast: If you want to enjoy the super exhilarating experience of surfing along the mighty sea waves on your Africa tour, head to the city of Agadir in Morocco and enjoy surfing up the Atlantic Coast.
There are many small surf towns in the coastal city of Agadir, from which the village of Taghazout remains to be a favourite among all avid surfers. You can also find abundant surf camps here for the novice surfers.
Location:Agadir, Morocco, North Africa
6. Atv ride in Sossusvlei: The rolling dunes and expansive sands in Sossusvlei offer the most ideal setting for enjoying a thrilling ATV riding experience. ATV rides are done on private reserve areas, in Sossusvlei, including the Kulala Reserve and the Namibrand Reserve.
While you ride on the ATV through the desert, the amalgamation of noise, heat, and sound will fascinate you to the core and offer a boost to your level of enthusiasm.
Location:Sossusvlei, Namibia, Southern Africa
7. Climb Cape Town’s Table Mountain: If you love trekking, it is a bet you cannot end your Africa tour without hiking the famous Table Mountain in Cape Town. Get into your hiking boots, download a map of the region and set out to climb - it's that safe and exciting!
You can choose from a number of routes to reach the summit of Table Mountain, though the most recommended one is the route that starts from Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. After reaching the summit, you can choose to descend the mountain by riding down on a cable car.
Location:Cape Town, South Africa, Africa
8. Go shopping in Marrakech: Include a shopping tour at Marrakech in your Africa trip packages and tour through the bustling shopping destination in this flamboyant city. Shop for amazing local souvenirs, including vintage carpets, leather bags, spices, herbs, and much more.
There are many souks in the city where you can bargain without shame and get your favorite items at the best prices. The best places to buy clothing & fashion accessories include Akbar Delights and Boutique Bel Hadj. You can buy the best home accessories from Mustapha Blaoui and Al Kawtar.
Location:Marrakech, Morocco, North Africa
9. Hike up Mount Kilimanjaro: Take a hiking tour to the summit of the tallest free-standing mountain peak of Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro and take pride once you conquer the height. You can trek this lofty mountain over a period of 5 to 8 days to reach an altitude of around 19,341 feet above sea level.
There are seven primary routes that will take you to the summit, namely Marangu, Machame, Lemosho, Northern Circuit, Rongai, Shira, and Umbwe.
Location:Kilimanjaro region, north east Tanzania, East Africa
10. Spot the Big 5 in Etosha National Park: If you think that you will love an offbeat safari experience, head to the very popular Etosha National Park, which is known to shelter the ‘Big Five’. Here you can enjoy an encounter with the game animals, including the endangered rhino (both black and white), lion, leopard, Cape buffalo, and elephant.
Other animals that you can easily spot here include hyenas, impala, wildebeest, ostrich, gemsboks, elands, and flamingoes. You can also soak in the fascinating landscape of the national park that adds a charm to its magical setting.
Location:Namibia, South Africa
Price:Starts from $10 NAD
How is the nightlife in Africa?
1. Have Fun at Maboneng Precinct, Johannesburg: Spend some time at the dazzling Maboneng Precinct, hopping through the intriguing galleries, shopping souvenirs, and dining at one of the upmarket restaurants.
2. Drink through the Night at High Spirit Lounge Bar, Tanzania: Sip on some premium wines and chilled beers amidst the relaxed atmosphere of the High Spirit Lounge Bar. You can also get up and groove to the Western and African beats.
3. Hangout with Friends at Café du Livre, Marrakech: Enjoy gossiping with friends at Café du Livre over some super delicious burgers and draft beers on your Africa tour.
4. Enjoy a Gourmet Dinner at Azar, Marrakech: Savor delectable Oriental, Mediterranean, Moroccan, and Lebanese cuisine at Azar as you enjoy watching the flawless belly dancers swaying in the subdued candlelit environment.
5. Stroll through the Fordsburg Night Market, Johannesburg: Take a walk through the bustling Fordsburg Night Market, stopping at various stalls to relish Indian favorites, including biryani, shawarma, falooda, samosa, jalebi, pani puri, sugarcane juice, and kulfi.
6. Go Night Shopping ar Attareen Antique Market, Egypt: If you’re a shopaholic, one of the best nightlife activities to do on your Africa tour is to enjoy a shopping spree at Attareen Antique Market. Here, you can buy junk jewelry, traditional Egypitan works, and shiny antiques.
What Africa is famous for?
Africa is known famously for more than just one aspect, including its thrilling game reserves like Serenegeti and Masai Mara, the magnificent Mount Kilimanjaro, the picturesque River Nile, the cascading Victoria Falls, diverse local ethnic groups, the mighty Sahara Desert, and the spectacular Egyptian Pyramids. Africa is also known as a popular mining hub of the world.
What is the best time of year to go to Africa?
The most ideal time to visit Southern Africa and East Africa is during the dry and cool months of July to October, which is the perfect period of the year to enjoy game viewing. The best time to visit North Africa is during the autumn and spring season.
Is Africa Safe for tourists?
Yes, Africa is totally safe for tourists, as you will find friendly locals and knowledgeable instructors by your side for every adventure activity you engage in. It is advisable for tourists not to walk around alone at night or indulge in any illegal activities.
How much does a trip to Africa cost?
A one week Africa tour will cost you around R 9,426 per head. You can expect your average daily cost to be around R 1,347 per head. Your average daily expense on meals will be around R 306 per head, on local transportation will be around R 234 per head, and on accommodation will be around R 1,417 (on sharing basis).
How much is a safari in Africa?
In general, safari cost in Africa starts from around INR 9,000 and goes up to around INR 109,000 per head. A luxury safari will cost you around INR 54,000 per head, a mid-range safari will cost you around INR 25000 per head, and a budget safari will cost you around INR 11,000 per head.
Do you need a visa to go to Africa?
Yes, you require a valid visa to go on your Africa tour. In general, it will take around 10 to 15 days for your visa to process and the permitted period of stay will be 90 days.
What are the famous foods to try in Africa?
The most recommended African delicacies to try on your Africa tour, include Chicken Peri Peri in Mozambique, Bunny Chow in South Africa, Muamba de Galinha in Angola, Nyama na irio in Kenya, Ful medames in Egypt, Jollof rice and egusi soup in Nigeria, and Zanzibari Biryani in Zanzibar.
What are the adventurous things to do in Africa?
1. Hike Mount Kilimanjaro: Hike the tallest mountain of Africa and enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of Tanzania from its summit. This hike will take you to 19,341 feet above sea level over 8-9 days.
2. Experience Gorilla Trekking in Bwindi National Park: A must-include in the Africa trip packages of all wildlife adventurers, trekking with the gorillas in Bwindi National Park lets you watch them beat their chests, fall over, and feed.
3. Enjoy Island Hopping in the Seychelles: Board a local boat and hop across the various islands of Seychelles. You can check out the Praslin Island, La Digue Island, Fregate Island, and Bird Island.
4. Take a Helicopter Tour over the Skeleton Coast: Fly over the vast Skeleton Coast and soak in the panoramic views of the spooky deserted beach, wind-rippled dunes, and old whaling ships.
5. Go River Rafting Across the Nile: If the spectacular rapids of the Nile fascinate you, include a rafting session across the largest lake of Africa in your Africa tour packages.
6. Climb an Active Volcano: Take a hiking tour of approximately 6 hours to the rim of Mount Nyiragongo. You can spot bushbucks and chimpanzees in the forested lower slopes.
Which are the famous beaches to explore in Africa?
1. Diani Beach, Kenya: The 20 kilometers stretch of the pristine Diani Beach is fringed with swaying palms and flaunts blooming colourful coral reefs.
2. Belle Mare, Mauritius: The calm Belle Mare offers breathtaking sunrise views for you to soak in on your Africa tours. This place offers secluded expanse of soft white sand to unwind with your partner.
3. Beyin Beach, Ghana: A prominent fishing beach of Ghana, Beyin Beach offers a beautiful sandy shore lined with tall, soaring palm trees.
4. Tofo Beach, Mozambique: Tofo Beach is a picturesque 8 kilometers beach, boasting clear sparkling water. You can include Tofo Beach in your Africa tour packages, if you want to enjoy diving, fly fishing, and surfing.
5. Ifaty, Madagascar: Lying on the southwest coast of Madagascar, Ifaty is packed with coral reefs and offers excellent snorkeling opportunities.
6. Dakhla, Morocco: Offering excellent waves and wind, Dakhla in South Morocco provides amazing kiteboarding experiences for ammatuer as well as seasoned kiteboarders.
Which are the best islands to explore in Africa?
1. Seal Island: Including a trip to Seal Island in your Africa tour packages will let you encounter the rich African marine life, including the fascinating African seals like the Cape Fur seals.
2. Djerba Island: The largest island in North Africa, Djerba Island flaunts a peaceful countryside environment and spectacular sandy beaches.
3. Lamu Island: Known for its quaint Old Town, Lamu Island is one of the most well-preserved and oldest Swahili colonies in East Africa.
4. Comoros: Flaunting dense rainforests, excellent snorkeling destinations, and impressive amalgamation of Arabian and Swahili culture, Comoros is a prominent Easter African Island.
5. Nosy Be: Nosy Be is a small island in Madagascar, offering clear turquoise water, tranquil environment, and flavoursome seafood dinner.
6. Cape Verde Islands: Packed with pristine white sand beaches, Cape Verde Islands is known for its easy accessibility and excellent nightlife culture. This place offers live events and jazzy restaurants and bars.
Which are the best sand dunes to explore during your Africa tour?
1. Sossusvlei Dunes, Namibia: The red and orange Sossusvlei Dunes are counted among the most beautiful dunes of the world. Go deep into the sand dunes in a 4-wheel vehicle to see white and red sand contrasting against each other and the blue sky.
2. Erg Chebbi Dunes, Morocco: Standing on the mighty Sahara Desert, Erg Chebbi Dunes is one the best kept secrets of Morocco. You can explore these dunes on the back of a camel for the best experience during your Africa tour.
3. Shifting Sands, Tanzania: Consisting of a group of barchan dunes, the Shifting Sands are perched in isolation. These free-standing dunes lie near the famous Olduvai Camp in Tanzania.
4. Bazaruto, Mozambique: Include a safari to the tropical Bazaruto Dunes in central Mozambique in your Africa trip packages and enjoy an amazing sand-boarding experience.
5. Tana Delta Dunes, Kenya: Head to the Tana Delta area in the Kenya Coast and soak in the views of the breathtaking, isolated coastal dunefields.
Which are the famous wildlife safaris to explore in Africa?
1. Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya: Known popularly for its Great Migration, Masai Mara National Reserve offers protection to the ‘Big 5’, including leopards, cheetahs, & lions.
2. Amboseli National Park, Kenya: With Mount Kilimanjaro offering the perfect backdrop, Amboseli National Park is popular for its elephants. It has 4 distinct habitats - savannah, thick woodlands, Lake Amboseli, and a swamp.
3. Moremi Game Reserve, Botswana: Take a game drive in Moremi Game Reserve during your Africa tour and witness the Big 5, African wild dogs, and 400 bird species.
4. Chobe National Park, Botswana: The highest conservation area for elephants in the world, Chobe National Park is home to the Chobe River, the Okavango Delta, the Big 5, the Savuti Marsh, and the Linyanti Marsh.
5. South Luangwa National Park, Zambia: Include a safari at South Luangwa National Park in your Africa tour packages and go spotting crocodiles, hippos, giraffes, & over 400 bird species.
Which are the best places for balloon safari in Africa?
1. Okavango Delta, Botswana: Take a hot air balloon ride over the Okavango Delta on your Africa tour and soak in the views of the bountiful wildlife and lush expanses.
2. Kafue National Park, Zambia: Its huge size and remote location make Kafue National Park one of the prime hot air ballooning sites in Africa. You can enjoy a good sighting of red lechwe, hippo, puku, and buffalo while you fly here.
3. Sossusvlei, Namibia: Flying over Sossusvlei in a balloon will let you enjoy the mesmerizing views of sandy deserts, tall acacia trees, and majestic mountains.
4. Masai Mara, Kenya: Explore the world-famous Masai Mara from the sky and witness the Great Migration as you glide above the soaring trees and diverse landscapes.
5. Serengeti, Tanzania: Include hot air ballooning over the Serengeti plains in your Africa tour packages and get a chance to spot impalas, buffalos, giraffes, and elephants as you fly across the Tanzanian skyline.
Which are the famous national parks and sanctuaries to explore in Africa?
1. Etosha National Park, Namibia: Having served as an excellent game viewing destination since 1907, Etosha National Park lets you spot black rhinoceros, lions, zebras, and elephants.
2. Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya: Home to the beautiful pink flamingos, Lake Nakuru National Park is included in the Africa trip packages of birdwatchers. You can also spot white rhinos, Goliath heron, pied kingfisher, & warthogs here.
3. Kruger National Park, South Africa: Established back in 1898, Kruger National Park is home to the ‘Big 5’. This national park is famous for its conservation efforts & grassroots animal breeding.
4. Ngorongoro National Park, Tanzania: Home to the native Maasai community, Ngorongoro National Park is known popularly for the Ngorongoro Crater that was formed by volcanic action.
5. Virunga National Park, Democratic Republic of the Congo: The land of lush rainforests, glacial mountain peaks, stunning volcanoes, swamps, and breathtaking savannas, Virunga National Park lets you spot well-conserved mountain gorillas on your Africa tour.