Sunday, 21 May 2017

AFRICA: Eco Spots You Should Never Miss To Visit In Africa

Kyangabi Crater Resort - Uganda

Kyangabi Crater Resort is the most popular tourist destination in Uganda just adjacent to Queen Elizabeth National Park. This new gem is a boutique Resort in the scenic Rubirizi district in Uganda, right on the fringes of the Queen Elizabeth National Park.

Conference rooms are appropriately set for Meetings Incentives,Conferences And Events, MICE.

Their 32 tastefully design rooms, with an African touch will keep you comfortable.

Since the Kyangabi Crater Resort borders the Queen Elizabeth National Park, you will notice yet appreciate the spectacular view of the park.

The good Chef will be ready to prepare Continental, Oriental, Mexican, Greek, Mediterranean and African cuisine to your taste. All the food namely fruits, vegetables, beef, poultry is organically grown or raised on the Resort farm.

The fruit Museum is spectacular, with an assortment of organic fruits for you to enjoy.

An assortment of world class Wines and Spirits await you, just to keep you excited and happy enough for a game drive.

The park's diverse ecosystems which include sprawling savanna, shady humid forests, sparkling crater lakes and fertile wetlands make it the ideal habitat for classic big game, ten primate species including chimpanzees and over 600 species of birds.

The park’s magnificent vistas include dozens of enormous craters carved dramatically into rolling green hills, panoramic views of the Kazinga Channel with its banks lined with hippos, buffalo and elephants, and the endless Ishasha plains, whose fig trees hide lions ready to pounce on herds of unsuspecting Uganda kob.

As well as its outstanding wildlife attractions, Queen Elizabeth National Park has a fascinating cultural history. There are many opportunities for visitors to meet the local communities and enjoy storytelling, dance, music and more.

Game drives can be arranged from Kyangabi Crater Resort. The major tourist activities in the park include game viewing typically around the kasenyi area and game drives in the Ishasha sector in search of the tree climbing lions, chimpanzee tracking in the Kyambura Gorge and the nearby Kalinzu forest reserve.

Launch cruise along the Kazinga channel rewards you with sights of a diversity of bird species as well as wildlife, there are also forest walks in the Maramagambo forest which has a bat cave.

Queen Elizabeth National Park is surrounded by communities where cultural interactions are possible.

Grootbos Natural Park - South Africa

Grootbos is a natural reserve privately owned by the Lutzeyer family under the Grootbos foundation.

The South African exotic eco-spot lies between a mountain and a sea which is home to sea animals such as, penguins, whales, dolphins, sharks and seals.

The botanical features also are not hidden, they add to the beauty of this destination.

Palm’s Wilderness Retreat - South Africa

The palm wilderness offers you the luxury of listening to your own thoughts, away from all hustle and bustle.

This natural facility is found along the South African Garden Route, enjoying a great deal of the tropical beauty; it has a spa and an outdoor swimming pool appended to it.

Greystoke (Mahale Mountains) - Tanzania

The location of Tanzania’s national park, Mahale mountains, where Chimpanzees are commonly seen.

It will be fun if you fish for your candle light dinner and have yourself a cozy meal in this cool Tanzanian thatched roof Safari abode.

Chongwe River House - Zambia

Chongwe River House is an exceptional eco-beauty.

A brilliant blend of nature and craft, incredible aesthetics you could say; located just about 100m away from Chongwe River.

In addition to this luxury, you get to have a team of chefs to cater to your welfare and a cool safari tour guide.

Liwonde National Park - Malawi

Famously known as the Central African Wilderness Safari, Liwonde is one of the top national parks in Malawi.

Located on the South of the Mozambican border and home to a great number of elephants.

After being raped by illicit hunting in the greater parts of the 18th and 19th century, the game reserve is doing a good job in reintroducing lost species into the park.

Sindabezi Island (Zambezi River) - Zambia

Feel free to go fishing, take bush walks in the vegetation close by; fun boat riding; or have your quiet quality time in this private luxury Island.

A perfect spot to view the Victoria falls and a great place to finish your excursion.

Tongabezi Lodge & Cottages - Zambia

Tongabezi consists of a dashing lodge and cottages, all situated near the famous Zambezi river.

This tourist attraction was discovered and established in 1990 by 2 eco-tourism enthusiasts- Ben Parker and Will Ruck-Keene; together they founded the Tongabezi wonders.

Rumour has it that this is a site to consider for your honey moon vacation or a romantic weekend getaway,nobody will see you but the singing birds

Serra Cafema Camp - Namibia

Located along the Kunene River, in Namibia.

This is one typical example of a side by side fusion of the tropics and the desert; quad riding is definitely in the list, have a cattle rearing experience with the Himba people; after which you have the luxury of serenity back at the lodge.

Majete National Park - Malawi

Did you know that Lions were relocated here from South Africa to this Eco- fascinating destination? Most obviously for the quality of the Majete National Park; talk about the beauty and perks of conservation.

Right in this eco-beauty, many depreciating species have been resuscitated. With such devotion and commitment from all the Safaris in the continent, Africa need not worry about endangered wildlife species.

Nkwichi Lodge (Lake Niassa) - Mozambique

A vacation here will make you think twice about the once glorified industrial revolution. Experience peace, embrace it and stir it in the face if you have to.

The lodge is more gorgeous in the twilight because of its lantern lit exquisite interior; there in, you can have your meals or outdoors in the sand.

Nkwichi lodge offers you an ocean view in the day time and perhaps a chat with the stars in the moonlight.

Nkwichi Lake - Malawi

Surely, what could be more beautiful? The white sand, the deep blue ocean or the magnificent skies. The Malawian Nkwichi lake is simply as divine as it’s nature friendly; a nice place to have that disconnect from unnecessary noise.

Mombo Camp (Okavango Delta)- Botswana

According to CNN, this tented camp has become a favorite eco-tourist attraction in Africa.

It has a luxury Lodge, predominantly made and furnished with wood works. Nature is felt more closely at the sight of the fauna and floras of the wilds
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