Africa

Activities

Source of River Nile – Jinja

At Lake Victoria The over 6000-km long Nile river begins at Lake Victoria, one of the African Great Lakes and the world’s largest tropical lake.…

  • Uganda

South African Museum

Fossils to Textiles Established in 1825 by Lord Charles Somerset, the South African Museum also known as the National Museum has dedicated its existence to…

  • Cape Town

Shark Cage Diving

Meeting Majestic White Sharks Shark Cage Diving presents with a bone chilling experience where visitors get to observe the deadly predators in their natural environment…

  • Cape Town

Robben Island Museum

Historic Island Robben Island’s notorious history extends to the 17th century when it was used to house political prisoners and the socially undesirables. However, by…

  • Cape Town

Ratanga Junction

Roller Coasters to Climbing Walls Ratanga Junction boasts two roller coasters – the looping Nashua Cape Cobras Thrill Ride and the Slingshot, an extreme skycoaster.…

  • Cape Town

St. Paul’s Cathedral, Namirembe

Welcoming the devout for over a century The Namirembe Cathedral is the oldest church in Uganda and was established in 1890 as the cathedral for…

  • Uganda

Table Mountain National Park

Mountain tops to seashores This national reserve was opened in 1998 as the Cape Peninsula National Park. It was renamed to pay homage to the…

  • Cape Town

Walter Fletcher Beach

Walter Fletcher Beach is known for its blue calm waters and white sand. A magnificent walk in the sunset is one of few great experiences…

  • Africa

World of Birds

Over 300 species World of Birds is Africa’s largest bird park and is spread over a sprawling 4 ha. of scenic lands. The park boasts…

  • Cape Town

Uganda Equator

Center of the earth The touristy spot where you can get cool photographs of yourself at the equator is located in Mpigi district in Kayabwe…

  • Uganda

Two Oceans Aquarium

Seven Exhibition Galleries Inaugurated on 13th November 1995, it features seven galleries with massive viewing windows, where visitors experience a mini-version of South Africa’s fantastic…

  • Cape Town

The Uganda Martyrs Shrine, Namugongo

Martyrs’ Day During the reign of King Mwanga II, 45 documented martyrs and many more were ordered to be killed by the King from 1885…

  • Uganda

Queen Elizabeth National Park

Incredible flora and fauna The northern part of the park was set aside as a game reserve in 1906. Over the years, more surrounding areas…

  • Uganda

Lake Mutanda

Rich in flora and fauna Lake Mutanda is one of the smaller freshwater lakes located in Kisoro district, southwestern Uganda. The shores of the lake…

  • Uganda

Cape Town Science Center

From Building Sites to Space Travel There are a lot of inventive exhibits at the Science Center that are designed to keep little ones engaged…

  • Cape Town

Castle of Good Hope

Oldest Colonial Building in the Country  The Castle of Good Hope was built in the 17th century by the Dutch East India Company as a…

  • Cape Town

Cape Town Diamond Museum

A non-profit enterprise A brainchild of famed jeweller Shimansky, the museum is a gift to the city of Cape Town and is aimed at promoting…

  • Cape Town

Boulder’s Beach

Pristine Beach Unlike other beaches, Boulder’s Beach falls under the Table Mountain National Park which explains why it’s less crowded and well-preserved. The beach is…

  • Cape Town

Arderne Gardens

From Private Estate to Public Gardens The beautiful garden finds its origins in the estate bought by Ralph Henry Arderne, an English timber merchant in…

  • Cape Town

Gold of Africa Museum

A Museum Devoted to Gold South African history is strongly intertwined with its reputation as a storehouse of precious metals and gems. Little wonder then…

  • Cape Town