Africa is the largest continent on earth and is only second to Asia in size. This region of the world has got many tourist sites, far beyond the expectations of any tourist. The overall economy of Africa is fairly moderate. However, a good number of countries within the continent have been rocked with famine and poverty. Others have been engulfed by some of the fiercest clashes that the world has ever witnessed. Although this is all true about Africa, the continent still possesses a good number of tourist sites that can take the breath of any tourist away. For example, Egypt and South Africa; these two countries together make up the most significant economic output from tourism than any other country in Africa. The recent past has seen most countries in Africa undergo a significant measure of development, and many accommodation facilities of modern standards have been erected. In addition, the transportation and communication services have also significantly improved.
What does Africa have to offer? It is the home of the world’s largest collection of wildlife; birds, snakes, and cheetahs. If you want, you can begin by visiting the Sub-Sahara region where you can locate the most enchanting wildlife on earth. This is the region of Africa where many game reserves can be found. For example, you can take your time to be mesmerized by the wildlife in the game reserves of KwaZulu Natal South Africa or you can take the longest mountain climb in Africa on Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. Africa is also home to one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Victoria Falls which can be accessed from Zambia and Zimbabwe. If you want to see a rare breed of rhinos, the white rhinos, then you can visit South Africa. It has been too much of the sub-Sahara region; you can also move to the north and experience the mind-staggering ancient pyramids of Egypt.
Hotels in Africa are numerous and it all depends on your location. If you are visiting the wonders of Egypt, then you can look out for the hotels in Alexandria. On the other hand, if you are visiting the wonders of the sub-sahara; you can look out for hotels in Cape Town, Livingstone and Johannesburg.