Africa Wellness Safaris

Africa, a continent of incredible diversity and unparalleled natural beauty, offers a wide range of experiences for intrepid travellers. With 54 countries each bearing its distinct culture, traditions, landscapes, and wildlife, visiting just one seems like scratching the surface. Recognizing this, more and more travellers are now opting for multi-destination journeys across Africa. Let’s delve deeper into these combinations, uncovering what makes each pairing or grouping uniquely alluring.


  1. Kenya and Tanzania: The Great Migration Duo


When people imagine the vast savannas of Africa teeming with wildlife, they’re likely picturing the landscapes of Kenya and Tanzania. The two countries share the spectacle of the Great Migration, an annual movement of over a million wildebeest, zebras, and gazelles. Experience the Serengeti in Tanzania and the Masai Mara in Kenya. Both offer premier safari experiences, but each with its distinct charm and ambiance.


  1. South Africa and Zimbabwe: The Urban and Natural Blend


South Africa, with its buzzing cities like Cape Town and Johannesburg, offers a beautiful blend of nature and urban life. Whether it’s the vibrant culture, world-class vineyards, or breathtaking coastal drives, South Africa is an experience unto itself. Pair that with Zimbabwe, home to one of the world’s most impressive natural wonders, Victoria Falls. Known locally as ‘Mosi-oa-Tunya’ or ‘The Smoke that Thunders’, this is a sight that needs to be seen and heard to be truly appreciated.

  1. Egypt, Kenya, and Uganda or Rwanda: The Historic and Wild Trail


Starting with the land of pharaohs, Egypt transports visitors to ancient times with its iconic pyramids, the Sphinx, and the sprawling temples along the Nile. Moving south to Kenya, you again encounter the mesmerizing plains and wildlife. But this journey isn’t complete without visiting Uganda or Rwanda, where you can trek through dense forests to come face-to-face with the majestic mountain gorillas. This combination offers a rich blend of history, culture, and nature.

  1. Madagascar and Mauritius: The Island Dream


Though not connected by land, these two islands in the Indian Ocean offer complementary experiences. Madagascar, known for its unique biodiversity, is home to creatures and plants found nowhere else on Earth. Think lemurs, chameleons, and surreal landscapes like the Avenue of the Baobabs. Mauritius, on the other hand, is the epitome of a tropical paradise – pristine beaches, azure waters, and luxurious resorts. This combo is perfect for those who want both adventure and relaxation.


  1. Egypt, Tunisia, and Morocco: North African Wonders


This North African trio offers a mix of history, desert landscapes, and Mediterranean allure. Egypt, as previously mentioned, is all about ancient wonders. Tunisia introduces travellers to Carthage ruins, the medinas of Tunis, and the otherworldly landscapes of the Sahara Desert. Morocco concludes the journey with its bustling souks, Atlas Mountains, the blue city of Chefchaouen, and the historic cities of Marrakech, Fes, and Casablanca.



To visit Africa is to embark on a journey of discovery. And while each country on its own is a world waiting to be explored, combining multiple destinations allows travellers to experience the profound depth and breadth of this mesmerizing continent. So, when planning your next African adventure, consider experiencing more than one country. Your soul, stories, and memories will be richer for it.


We here at Africa Wellness Safari’s create bespoke tailor made safaris just for you so that your journey onto this exquisite continent will provide the best experience and a lifetime of memories.


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