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Africa Travel Guide

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603,427 people visited Africa
From hiking the snow-covered peaks of Mount Kilimanjaro to viewing the wildebeest migration from a hot air balloon over the Serengeti, Africa has defined adventure travel for generations. However, Africa is home to 53 diverse countries, the most nations on any continent, and the images of the classic safari represent only a portion of the vast range of experiences. From the pyramids and cradle of civilization that make up Egypt to the penguins and wine regions of South Africa, Africa encompasses a vast swath of new places to explore. Most people come to Africa for the wildlife and nature, but inevitably fall in love with its people and cultures. From dancing the traditional Sabar in Senegal to learning about the scholarly traditions of Mali, Africa promises to enlighten and enthrall visitors.
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Pyramids of Giza
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    LE
    5 Jul 25, 2012
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From hiking the snow-covered peaks of Mount Kilimanjaro to viewing the wildebeest migration from a hot air balloon over the Serengeti, Africa has defined adventure travel for generations. However, Africa is home to 53 diverse countries, the most nations on any continent, and the images of the classic safari represent only a portion of the vast range of experiences. From the pyramids and cradle of civilization that make up Egypt to the penguins and wine regions of South Africa, Africa encompasses a vast swath of new places to explore. Most people come to Africa for the wildlife and nature, but inevitably fall in love with its people and cultures. From dancing the traditional Sabar in Senegal to learning about the scholarly traditions of Mali, Africa promises to enlighten and enthrall visitors.
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