1. Swaziland

Swaziland

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Despite being the smallest country in the Southern hemisphere, Swaziland more than makes up for its lack of size with a hugely diverse range of attractions and activities.

Swaziland is home to rolling flatlands, lush valleys and a flat-topped mountain and valleys, forests and plains; plus wildlife reserves across the country, and you have all that’s best about Africa in one small but perfectly formed and welcoming country.

Major things to do for travelers include visiting the Mkhaya Game Reserve in Southeast Swaziland, where animal enthusiasts will encounter the likes of rhinos, elephants, giraffes and hippos. White-water rafting down the Bulungapoort section of the Usutu river could be a key attraction, and within the Malolotja Nature Reserve in northwest Swaziland, travelers will hike over a hundred miles of mountain wilderness trails.

 

2.  Mozambique

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Mozambique boasts over 2,500 kilometers of spectacular, secluded beaches, also as clear dive sites to see rare marine life whereas snorkeling and scuba diving. There also are channels on the coast that provide a number of the best fishing for marlin and sail fish.

Mozambique is known for its ancient music and arts, that depict the struggle for independence as well as traditional beliefs. As far as Mozambique’s history goes, you’ll wish to find out concerning their decades-long civil war and struggles with pirates, slaves, and gold and ivory hunters.

Places to visit include Vilanculos, Quirimbas Island, Tofo beach, Niassa Game Reserve, Benguerra Island, Bazaruto Island, and Gorongosa National Park. Mozambique also have a number of the freshest seafood you’ll ever find.

 

3.  Zambia

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Zambia is often considered one in all the most stunning, friendly, numerous and unspoilt countries on the whole African continent. Except for the majestic Victoria Falls, Republic of Zambia has more natural water resources than any other southern state, including a myriad of alternative falls dotted across the country, to not mention the renowned Zambezi River. Zambia has seventeen astonishing waterfalls.

Spectacular waterways give adrenaline-thrills or a leisurely playground of activities for all ages.

 

4.  Malawi

KAYAK Malawi Lake

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While Lake Malawi dominates the country, this is not a country of a singular attraction. it’s the mixture of gorgeous landscapes, fascinating life, the beguiling Lake Malawi, and rich culture that mix to create this little country such a beautiful place to go to. You can also go kayaking on Lake Malawi.

Other places to visit in Malawi include Liwonde National Park, Nyika National Park, and Lengwe National Park.

 

5.  Gambia

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Starting from the coastal vacation resorts of Kombo North you’ll begin with the Gambia National museum on Independence Drive, lively Albert Market, the massive arch at the doorway to the capital or marvel at a number of the colonial architecture.

Few kilometres just from the capital and towards the coastal areas you get to the main vacation locations of Bakau, Cape Point, Fajara, Kololi, and Kotu where you’ll get pleasure from native attractions of endless golden beaches and virtually warranted sunshine & alternative  leisure activities like watersports, quadbiking, and golf.

Fishing excursion opportunities are endless. you’ll be able to select either sea or creek fishing as well as the river itself where you’ll be able to rent a boat from varied tour operators situated at Denton Bridge.

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