Africa tour and travel is gaining rapid approval as a”must-do” for those who love to see new areas. African tourism is a growing industry and with good reason. African tours and travel involves more than just traveling by flight from one spot to another and shifting accommodation from one resort to another. Safaris and overland tours are exciting ways of seeing the continent which differentiate it from tour and traveling in different parts of earth.

An African safari means a trip round the grasslands or at the jungle to see the gorgeous scenery and abundant range of animal species. What was once treated with contempt as the Dark Continent is currently a favourite tourist destination. Home to Africa Tours of the worlds best wildlife parks are available here. One can choose the safari destination according to which creatures one wants to see. Lions, elephants, leopards, rhinoceros and buffaloes can be easily spotted in Masai Mara national reserve in Kenya, Kruger National Park in South Africa and Serengeti national park and Ngorongoro conservation area in Tanzania, Chimpanzees in Gombe Stream National Park in Tanzania, elephants at the Okowango delta in Botswana. Hippos and crocodiles can be viewed in a canoeing safari in the Zambezi River.

An overland tour is an additional way of exploring this beautiful continent. In overland excursions the travelers take their cooking and camping gear with them in the truck. One overland tour of Africa may take between one to eight months to finish.
The most important difference between an overland tour of Africa and a private African safari is the cost. Overland tours are more affordable than African safaris cause safaris include travel in luxury vehicles and staying in resorts.

An overland safari provides the best value for cash together with excitement and adventure. The nature of an overland safari is that it provides a deep understanding of the a variety of culture and manners of the local people along with supplying breath taking sights. An overland safari gives the traveler the entire sense of Africa as it really is. However one has to have a desire for adventure and thrill to really be able to enjoy an overland safari because there are fewer conveniences of normal life when compared to some personal safari.