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– Transfers between camps. Although the best way to get to know and assimilate Africa is from the ground, the usual traveler does not have the luxury of time (or the desire) to travel long distances in a 4×4. Long distances (e.g. from Windhoek to Sossusvlei in Namibia about 6 hours; from Maasai Mara to Amboseli, about 10 hours via Nairobi; from the Serengeti in Tanzania to Arusha, about 9 hours depending on the location of the camp) can be comfortably overcome by light aircraft flights of 30 to 60 minutes.

– Safari vehicles. Most lodges and safari camps offer safaris in their vehicles. The best lodges use 4×4’s adapted fully open for up to 4 or 6 travelers, all with side seats. At the opposite extreme are the open-top vans so popular on the cheaper safaris in Kenya’s parks or the overland trucks where you won’t see much if you get a middle seat.

– How exclusive you want your safari experience to be. Visit the most famous parks like Kruger in South Africa and you will get the cheapest prices, but also asphalt roads and crowds of people. On the contrary, go on safari to a private concession in Botswana’s Okavango Delta where you have to arrive by light aircraft and peace and quiet is guaranteed, but at a much higher price.

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Places as remote and exotic as Mozambique or Malawi, as close as Morocco, or as popular as Kenya, are just some of the elite destinations that Africa has for you this vacation.

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The Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Nakuru, the Avenue of the Baobabs, the Masai Mara Park, or the Sahara Desert, are some of the places you should visit at least once in your life. The cities of Johannesburg, Nairobi, Marrakech, Cape Town and Cairo are destinations that not only preserve the best of their traditions, but also work to be elite places, with a cultural, gastronomic and entertainment offer that seeks to compete on a global level.

Whether you are looking for something full of culture and traditions like Morocco or Egypt, or you prefer to give yourself completely to nature in a place as remote as Madagascar, the African continent is about to give you memories that will last a lifetime.

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The versatility that you will find in our trips to Africa, nowhere else in the world you will find it, in the north you will find the largest desert in the world, in the south a Mediterranean climate similar to Europe, plains and savannahs where national parks full of animals such as lions, elephants, giraffes and rhinos are the main attraction, and finally thousands of mines where the extraction of precious metals and diamonds are unmissable visits.

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Transportation in Uganda is an acquired taste, a subtle way of saying that … it’s a disaster, in the cities you either move in boda boda (motorcycle cab) or matatu (minivan) because there is no such thing as mass transit.

Obviously it is more dangerous to ride a mototaxi, sometimes they can accelerate a lot and you can find yourself on the verge of an accident, but they are much faster and not very expensive (in the capital they cost 1.5 dollars on average). When I initially arrived I was warned of the danger they can be but in my 3 months in the country I never had an accident or came close to one, as long as you make sure your driver is sober and does not accelerate too much you will not have a major problem.

Matatu central station in Kampala Uganda (CC whltravel)The minibuses are very cheap (30 cents) and safer, but you can find yourself waiting a long time while they fill up before leaving, there are no defined routes and the matatus have no notice so you have to ask for directions before leaving.

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