Best places to travel alone in africa



Traveling to Africa is always a discovery. The neighboring continent has the ability to transform us in the deepest part of our being. The way of seeing life, the immensity of the landscapes, the harmony with nature… we have much more to learn than we think.

On the trips to Africa that we have selected, a completely transforming experience awaits you. Not only will you see lions, elephants and leopards, but you will also learn about a more sustainable way of living in local communities.

From top accommodations such as the Arusha Cofee Lodge, it is possible not only to go on safaris in the Serengeti or the Ngorongoro Area but also to learn about coffee cultivation or visit tribes who maintain their nomadic way of life with pastoralism.

Tanzania also stands out for having a beautiful island, Zanzibar, which is a luxurious finishing touch to a safari with a private beach. A union of adventure and relaxation with first-class resorts in an Indian paradise.

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The 14,750 square meters of the Serengeti, being one of Africa’s oldest nature reserves, is home not only to vast savannah plains filled with lions, herds of elephants and other wildlife, but also to extraordinary trees such as acacias and baobabs. Safaris in the Serengeti region can be enjoyed in many ways, by 4×4, hot air balloon, or on foot, which makes traveling to Tanzania a great adventure.

The Kruger Park is one of the largest and oldest nature reserves in the world. It is made up of almost 4 million hectares of private reserves that constitute part of the Greater Kruger Park region. There are no barriers between the parks, allowing the animals to use their natural migration routes between South Africa, Mozambique and Zimbabwe.

The Kruger is undoubtedly one of the best safari destinations, consisting of sixteen different habitats, where not only the Big 5 can be found, but also up to 517 different species of birds, and more varieties of mammals than in any other reserve in Africa, as well as being the main home of Africa’s big cats.


Discovered by the mythical Dr. Livingstone, the Victoria Falls form the natural border between Zambia and Zimbabwe and represent one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world, once known by the local tribes as ‘the smoke that thunders’ due to the dense and noisy blanket formed by the water as it falls and bounces back up again.

Located in the west of the island of Madagascar, the Avenue or Promenade of the Baobabs is a spectacular group of baobab trees located on both sides of a dirt road, an astonishing landscape famous the world over.

Mali is home to a multitude of ethnic groups with their own cultural customs, but the most striking is that of the Dogon, whose mud houses built on the Bandiagara Rift, their masked dances and religious traditions captivate the intrepid traveler.

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Iconic places such as the Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti National Park or Lake Manyara National Park, among others, are home to these animals. If the place is already impressive for travelers, its wildlife is spectacular. Especially at key times such as the great migrations.

Paradisiacal places like Zanzibar and Mafia Island, in the Indian Ocean, are destinations for spectacular honeymooners. In many cases the couple opts for a complete honeymoon that combines a few days in one of these beautiful islands with a few days in mainland Tanzania.

Some of the most iconic places in all of Africa belong to Kenyan territory. Lake Nakuru National Park, Masai Mara National Park, Amboseli National Park or Lake Tsavo National Park are just some of them. And also Ol Pejeta or the Samburu Reserve.

The country that occupies the southern tip of Africa holds an impressive cultural, faunistic and geographical diversity for the traveler. From the desert area to the richness and multicultural and artistic atmosphere of Cape Town, the activities and experiences that you can live in South Africa are varied.

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