Africa Group Tours for Solo Travellers
Travel solo as part of a luxury group tour to destinations in Africa
Why Travel Solo To Africa?
Go back to where it all began for the ultimate in wildlife, culture, rich cuisine and beachside living.
On your group solo trip to Africa, you’ll start in South Africa to abseil down Table Mountain, swim with seals and embark on open-top game drives in the Eastern Cape. In Tanzania, take a walking safari through Serengeti National Park and marvel at the Big Five in Ngorongoro Crater, with time left over to bask on the beaches of Zanzibar.
Head north on this vast continent to arrive in Egypt, with its ancient pyramids and sunset sailing opportunities on the Nile. In Morocco, come face-to-face with spice-infused souks and authentic guesthouses in the hazy Atlas Mountains. Whether you’re searching for sunset camel rides in the Sahara desert or safari sundowners, Africa is set up to offer the finest of adventures.
From food to landscapes, here are a few things you should know about solo travel to Africa
The population of Africa is made up of 54 countries and currently stands at around 1.4 billion people –spanning from Morocco and Egypt in the north to South Africa in the south. The most populated country is Nigeria and the least populated are the Seychelles islands.
From Giza to Luxor, Egypt lays claim to ancient heritage and monuments like nowhere else on the continent. In Mali and Senegal, you’ll find a rich musical culture with international appeal; and Zanzibar offers a unique atmosphere, owing to its blend of Arab and Indian influences.
Rice, meats and regional produce feature heavily across the continent, but there are a few stand-out dishes: jollof rice and egusi soup in Ghana and Nigeria, piri-piri chicken in Mozambique; a bubbling potjie (meat stew) in Botswana and South Africa; and a pastilla dusted with almonds in Morocco.
From the hot sands of the Sahara Desert to the lush tropical coastline, Africa’s landscapes are as vast as they are diverse. The Serengeti Plains give rise to the almighty Mount Kilimanjaro – the highest peak in Africa – while cradling a rich abundance of wildlife, too.
Africa is the only continent where you’ll encounter the majestic Big Five in their natural habitat: lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo. You’ll also encounter zebra, antelope and wildebeest in many African countries, and mountain gorillas in Rwanda, Uganda and the DRC.
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