Africa is blessed with a wide selection of tourism activities split in different countries that make up a continent. Africa is made up of 54 countries each with exceptional wildlife experiences. Those who love wildlife are at a greater advantage of meeting a wide variety of animals. Among the most interesting creatures you encounter in Africa are the mountain gorillas which are only found in Africa. Memorable gorilla safaris are done in Bwindi impenetrable forest national park in Uganda and the Virunga conservation area shared by Volcanoes national park in Rwanda, Mgahinga gorilla national park in Uganda and Virunga national park in Democratic Republic of Congo.These include South Africa, Kenya, Tanzania, Namibia, Botswana among others. Also, Do not miss Tanzania for the amazing wildbeast migration in Serengeti National park as the beast cross over the Mara river for fresh foods.
Enjoy the game viewing session in the open savannah grassland national parks which reward you with spectacular views of animals grazing and hunting. Expect to see herds of elephants, buffalos, giraffes, kobs, warthogs, impalas, lions, leopards, hyenas, waterbucks,wildbeests, Zebras, rhinos and hippos among others.
The interesting African culture is a not miss on your African safari. Visit the interesting karamajongs in north eastern uganda and the Masai mara in Tanzania. Cultural visits to ibyiwacu cultural vilage in Rwanda provide you with detailed information about the history of Rwanda, traditions and norms which make travelers part of the Rwandan culture.
The batwa pymies in Mgahinga gorilla national park south western uganda are a not miss. These batwa are traditional dwellers of the forest who fully depended on the forest for a livelihood before they were chased out of the forest when gorilla tourism was introduced. The batwa cultural trail lead travelers into the forest where they demonstrate their traditional ways of forest life. Travelers take part in batwa activities such as the collectingg fruits, honey, and hunting which reward them with more understanding of the Batwa.