4 One Of A Kind Wonders In Southern Africa - Exploring Our Globe

Indian Ocean Sunrise - Réunion Island

If you’re a sunrise chaser and hiking fanatic, do yourself a favor and tackle the Piton des Neiges; one of the highest points in the Indian Ocean. After a day’s hike and a memorable night stopover, you are rewarded with a jaw-dropping 360-degree panoramic view of Réunion Island at sunrise; a captivating view dotted with mountains, volcanoes, waterfalls, and lagoons. 

The Ultimate Infinity Pool - Victoria Falls

Have you ever wanted to gaze over the edge of a 100m high waterfall with millions of liters of water gushing past you every second? Well, look no further. Devil’s Pool at the top of Victoria-falls is one of the most astounding natural pools ever found. This guided tour attracts adrenalin junkies from every corner of the earth. As if the fear of plummeting over isn’t enough, there is also a chance of meeting a hippo or crocodile in the pool. Take note that the pool is only open during the drier months, usually between August and January, and swimmers must be over the age of 12 years old.

Kaokoland - Namibia

For those off-the-beaten-track adventurers; Kaokoland is unexplored and untouched. The landscapes range from widespread plains to rugged mountains and rocky passes to rich riparian bush. Camping in the Kaokoland is one of the most unforgettable experiences where you will find desert-adapted elephants trek to find water, giraffe munching on acacias and gemsboks crossing dunes. Koakoland has a lot to offer in terms of natural beauty- be sure to visit the Epupa Falls, and the Ondurusa rapids during your visit. 

Scuba Mecca - Mozambique

Warm water, unspoiled beaches, exquisite coral reefs, and vibrant sea life are just some of  Mozambique’s charms. Add to that the laid-back local culture, celebrated in traditional Portuguese cooking, that is feisty, Piri-piri chicken and fresh prawns, washed down with a “2M” beer. Tofo, also known as the Scuba diving Mecca, is home to whale sharks, manta rays and humpback whales. Divers can dive all year round with Visibility usually only between 10-15m however the up-close surprise encounters certainly make up for it. 

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Indian Ocean Sunrise - Réunion Island

If you’re a sunrise chaser and hiking fanatic, do yourself a favor and tackle the Piton des Neiges; one of the highest points in the Indian Ocean. After a day’s hike and a memorable night stopover, you are rewarded with a jaw-dropping 360-degree panoramic view of Réunion Island at sunrise; a captivating view dotted with mountains, volcanoes, waterfalls, and lagoons. 

The Ultimate Infinity Pool - Victoria Falls

Have you ever wanted to gaze over the edge of a 100m high waterfall with millions of liters of water gushing past you every second? Well, look no further. Devil’s Pool at the top of Victoria-falls is one of the most astounding natural pools ever found. This guided tour attracts adrenalin junkies from every corner of the earth. As if the fear of plummeting over isn’t enough, there is also a chance of meeting a hippo or crocodile in the pool. Take note that the pool is only open during the drier months, usually between August and January, and swimmers must be over the age of 12 years old.

Kaokoland - Namibia

For those off-the-beaten-track adventurers; Kaokoland is unexplored and untouched. The landscapes range from widespread plains to rugged mountains and rocky passes to rich riparian bush. Camping in the Kaokoland is one of the most unforgettable experiences where you will find desert-adapted elephants trek to find water, giraffe munching on acacias and gemsboks crossing dunes. Koakoland has a lot to offer in terms of natural beauty- be sure to visit the Epupa Falls, and the Ondurusa rapids during your visit. 

Scuba Mecca - Mozambique

Warm water, unspoiled beaches, exquisite coral reefs, and vibrant sea life are just some of  Mozambique’s charms. Add to that the laid-back local culture, celebrated in traditional Portuguese cooking, that is feisty, Piri-piri chicken and fresh prawns, washed down with a “2M” beer. Tofo, also known as the Scuba diving Mecca, is home to whale sharks, manta rays and humpback whales. Divers can dive all year round with Visibility usually only between 10-15m however the up-close surprise encounters certainly make up for it. 

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