Cameroon

A mixture of abundant wildlife, spectacular topography, varied cultures, and political stability makes Cameroon the number one place to visit in sub-Saharan Africa...

Central African Republic

Africa’s most successful ecotourism
effort – Dzanga Sangha National Park – upholding world standards in wildlife conservation...

Ghana

Lovers of castles & fortresses, Ghana is for you! If you are fond of culture, nature and history, you will love discovering the Kente fabric, the Ashanti Kingdom, and the Elephant, Leopard…

Ivory Coast

Ivory Coast’s cultural potential, the relief, the wildlife and the historical buildings captivate even the most indifferent. Between the luxuriant coast of the Gulf of Guinea in the south and…

Benin

The origin of voodoo and a pivotal platform of the slave trade for nearly three centuries, enter into the ritual world of the Afro-Brazilian heritage of Ouidah…

Togo

Palm tree lined beaches, hilltop and fishing villages, great lakes, fortresses, the people of Batammariba, voodoo ceremonies… These are just a few of Togo’s long list of highlights...

Congo Brazzaville

Congo is ultimately a vast, sprawling wilderness in the core of Africa, alongside the Equator. Its forests have the second-highest density in the world after the Amazon…

Mali

In this mysterious and arid area of sub-Saharan Africa, go for a memorable camel ride and discover authentic traditional villages, where friendly hosts will welcome and guide you…

Niger

A land of contrast between the Sahara Desert and River Niger, be ready to discover vestiges of prehistoric Africa in engravings, paintings, stone mules, and dinosaur cemeteries…

Burkina Faso

Virtually untouched by mass tourism with rarely-visited natural assets, Burkina Faso has kept its authenticity undamaged…Burkina Faso is home to people of richly diverse cultural…

Gabon

A naturally stunning and non-touristy destination where wildlife roams on the pristine beaches in the Loango National Park.
Gabon is unique among its equatorial African…

Equatorial Guinea

Equatorial Guinea is the world’s sixth least-visited country, despite its natural resources, beautiful empty beaches, and the purity of its wildlife...

Sao Tome & Principe

Come off the beaten tracks to these beautiful Atlantic islands, where rainforests, birds, monkeys, underwater wonders, volcanic mountains, beaches and warm people await you…

Chad

This far-away desert civilisation is a must-see for millennial adventurers. Chad is a land-locked country, with Ndjamena at its hub….

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