African Tour Packages
If you are after nature and wildlife, nothing beats an African tour. South Africa embodies the classic African safari. The Kruger and Hluhluwe Umfolozi Game reserves offer an experience that most wildlife enthusiasts should be excited about and is home to varied flora and fauna that can only be found in this area of the world. South Africa is an unforgettable destination that features rain forests, mountains and deserts as well as breathtaking beaches. Your African travel can take you South Africa's neighbor, Namibia where there are thousand foot dunes and the Skeleton Coast.
South Africa is a mix of African and European cultures. This part of Africa includes Botswana, Namibia, Zambia, Zimbabwe, the Cape Peninsula, Lesotho, and Malawi. If you choose a South African tour, you will be treated to various activities. Visiting the Okavango Delta, which is the largest inland delta, is a rejuvenating experience. In Namibia, touring a Himba village is enlightening. The people follow a traditional way of life and visitors can observe its culture and the way they live their daily life. A tour of the South Africa's Cape Peninsula offers one of the country's most beautiful views. It is easily accessible as it is only an hour's drive away from Cape Town. Lesotho is known as the Kingdom in the Sky. It is a tiny country located in South Africa with breathtaking scenery and friendly people. Foreigners from the US and Europe often visit South Africa during the months of May-Oct when it is winter in other parts of the world. May-October is South Africa's fall, winter and spring. Expect temps from 45-50 at night and up to 80 degrees Fahrenheit during the day, perfect weather.
An African safari tour means journeying over grasslands and jungles to appreciate the wild beauty of Africa. An overland tour provides another option. Taking between one to eight weeks, an overland tour requires tourists to hop on a truck, taking with them their camping and cooking equipment. What differentiates a safari and an overland tour mainly is the comfort. An overland tour is rougher than most African safaris. A safari is a blend of both. It offers more amenities than an overland tour and all the convenience and comfort of a private safari trip. However, for people on a budget who enjoy the thrill and have a taste for adventure, an 8-week overland safari is an affordable option to consider.
An African tour is an experience that requires planning. With all the many possibilities that the Dark Continent offers, a well-organized travel plan is necessary if you want to enjoy it to the fullest. African tour companies usually offer package tours to facilitate this. To get more information about Africa and African tour packages that are available, the web is the best place to look for it.