Africa is undoubtedly the world’s most diverse and vibrant continent; offering a wealth of different cultures, wildlife, archaeological landmarks, geological features, and much more.
Flowing a total distance of 4,132 miles through five countries, the Nile is the longest river in the world. It provides unparalleled access to the fascinating historical and archaeological wonders of Ancient Egypt including the tombs and temples of the Valley of Kings, the ancient city of Thebes, and the imposing Pyramid of Giza.
Travelling further south within this vast continent will take you away from the golden-sand landscapes and into an environment where nature knows no bounds. In Botswana, the River Chobe offers plenty of opportunities to admire hippos and elephants within the natural habitat of the Chobe National Park. A journey further inland will provide the chance to also see a range of wildlife that includes giraffe, zebra, lions, hyenas, and cheetahs.