Travelling no doubt is a lot of fun. There’s the part where you meet new people, discover new things about different cultures, explore attractions and basically relax.
And if you’re looking out for somewhere in Africa to use enjoyment and kill yourself during your vacation, honeymoon or any experience, we compiled a list of some beautiful places you can see without the hassles of getting a visa.
Tanzania is home to some of Africa’s most famous national parks, beach resorts and the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro rising above the Serengeti. A visa is given to you on arrival.
Mozambique beckons with its coastline and swaying palms, its traditions, its cultures, its vibe and its opportunities for adventure. Like Tanzania, a visa is issued upon arrival and it is valid for 30 days.
If landscape and wildlife are your things, then Uganda is amazing. The best thing about it? A visa is not required for 3 months.
Nigeria is blessed with a lot of tourist attractions – long stretches of exotic beaches, lush mountains and well-preserved tradition and culture.
5. Cote’d’ Ivoire
In Ivory Coast, there are beaches, tourist villages, and photo safaris through wildlife preserves are some of the main attractions. Visas are not required for stays of less than 91 days.
Zambia is home to the popular Victoria falls which has been described by CNN as one of the natural wonders of the world. Asides this, there are parks and hills as well as a large number of medieval era city ruins built in a unique dry stone style.
7. Cape Verde
This stunning island chain has a captivating blend of mountains, beaches and peaceful seaside villages and a visa is not required.
Ghana is home to colourful markets, waterfalls and beautiful parks.
9. Benin Republic
Benin played a key role in the development of the African slave trade and was also the birthplace of the voodoo arts and there are interesting tourist attractions to visit, as well.
Principal cities of interest include the capital, Dakar; Saint-Louis, an old colonial town; and the Mouride holy centre of Touba. Gorée Island, formerly a centre of the West African slave trade and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, draws many visitors.
Beaches, check. Wildlife, check. Kenya is truly the heart of East Africa.
Cameroon is a potpourri of active volcanoes, white-sand beaches, thick rainforest and magnificent parched landscapes broken up by the bizarre rock formations of the Sahel.
For three months, you get to experience the beautiful culture and tourist attractions situated in Zimbabwe without a visa.
14. Burkina Faso
Burkina Faso is one of the friendliest and, until recently, one of the safest, countries in all of Africa. With a strong arts and culture background, it is one place you should visit.